As we begin the annual budget process, we need to stop thinking in terms of Democratic and Republican policies and start thinking in terms of what policies have worked and what policies have not. The successes and failures of both parties could teach us much.
Two weeks ago, President Obama visited the drought-stricken Central Valley of California. He announced his administration's response: he wants to spend another billion dollars to study climate change.
It is well established that Jessie Benton Fremont was one of the earliest and most influential advocates for establishing the Yosemite National Park, in which Mammoth Peak is located.
Congressman Tom McClintock issued the following statement regarding the Merced Wild and Scenic Final Comprehensive Management Plan released today by...
Congressman McClintock voted No on H.R. 2642 today and issued the following statement: This measure suspends the federal debt limit until March of 2015. I have two principle objections to the measure. First and foremost, it does nothing to bend the debt curve down - a debt curve that the Congressional Budget Office again warns will begin dangerously expanding within two years, reaching unsustainable levels that threaten the future stability and prosperity of the nation.