You earn your paycheck and Congress needs to be a careful guardian of our tax money. Sadly that’s not been the case. Both Republicans and Democrats have spent too freely in Washington. Steve Pearce has a strong record of fighting the big spenders and pushing for lower taxes on families and small business.
Submitted by Administrator on Tue, 2012-10-02 16:41
The National Federation of Independent Business’s SAFE (Save America’s Free Enterprise) Trust recently announced its endorsement of Rep. Steve Pearce (NM-02) for reelection this November.
“I am proud to have the support of the NFIB and the small businesses they represent” said Pearce. “America’s small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and I am committed to standing against the excessive taxes and burdensome regulations that are crushing New Mexico’s hardworking job creators.”
2010 is an amazing year in American politics. It's a year of incredible change; the government has overstepped its bounds, but the public reaction to unpopular legislation, like the $800 billion stimulus or cap-and-trade, has changed the landscape of the upcoming election.
Submitted by Administrator on Mon, 2010-08-09 13:01
Last week, Senators Tom Coburn and John McCain issued a report on wasteful spending in the Democrats' federal stimulus package.
Among the more ridiculous uses of taxpayer money, the report pointed out almost $200,000 for an “energy upgrade” at a Roswell animal shelter, including the installation of low-flow toilets. Also highlighted was a Wake Forest University study observing the behavior of monkeys under the influence of cocaine, costing $75,000, as well as over $500,000 to replace windows in an abandoned Forest Service building near Mt. St. Helens.
With the economy and housing market suffering, now is the time to create jobs, said congressional candidate Steve Pearce to members of the Building Industry Association of Southern New Mexico Thursday, June 17.