The delegates at the 2016 Republican National Convention passed a very strong party platform including the strongest pro-life language in decades.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by Sean Fieler, chairman of American Principles Project, and Tracy Frank of Hope Pregnancy Centers this week.
American Principles Project Chair Sean Fieler says it is encouraging that GOP presidential candidates address biggest economic problem our country faces.
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum in an exclusive interview with Caffeinated Thoughts discusses his new tax plan and his focus on the American worker.
Heritage Foundation President, former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), addressed the nation’s current monetary policy at the Jackson Hole Economic Summit.
There are seven topics of importance to grassroots conservatives that U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) did not address in his 2016 announcement speech.
“Eurozone crisis” may not be the right term anymore to describe Europe’s monetary crisis. “The European economic permafrost” is more fitting.
Steve Lonegan: The Fed’s easy money policies are hurting savers and workers, leading to stagnant wages for working families while Wall St. investors profit.
American Principles in Action Says the Left Doesn’t Have a “Monopoly” on Working Americans, Fed Chair Janel Yellen Should Meet with Conservatives Too
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s recent speeches and an upcoming meeting lends credibility to the argument that she is no more than a political hack.
Steve Lonegan & Steve Forbes launch the Money Revolt with the FixtheDollar.com campaign demand lawmakers to take on the Fed’s irresponsible monetary policy.
43 years-ago Richard Nixon ended America’s gold standard devaluing the dollar. Americans need to once again engage in the debate over monetary policy.
American Principles Project on Tuesday released a new paper by Marc A. Miles, Ph.D., that challenges the claim by the Federal Reserve that inflation is low.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve now is a good time to examine our monetary policy through the Centennial Monetary Commission Act.
QE3 is now a fact. The Federal Reserve will be printing up money – $40 billion a month – to buy mortgage-backed securities and it is destined to fail.
By John Hendrickson The Wall Street Journal declared that 2011 was “the year of school choice.” School choice, which offers more freedom and opportunities in education for families while improving the educational structure, is still currently on the march as many states are pursuing educational reforms. The school choice movement demonstrates the power of ideas […]