Tag Archives: Reform Party of California

Reform Party of California: America’s debt and elusive economic reality

Context

Somewhere along the line, someone said that compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe.[1] That is an exaggeration, but it makes a point. Money subject to compounded interest increases exponentially over time.[2] That is good if you are saving money, can get a relatively good rate of return and have time.

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Reform Party of California: Two Party Politics and Recent History

Context

To a large extent, America’s current situation and its place in the world came about since the end of World War II hostilities in 1945. Since that time, America accomplished a great deal. It built up its modern infrastructure, expanded its higher education system and implemented policies ranging from civil rights and environmental protections to establishment of massive social programs such as social security, Medicaid and Medicare.

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Reform Party of California: DoD’s Unacceptable Accounting Practices

Originally posted by Joshua Fauver on the Independent American & Constitutional Review on July 20th.

The following was published on the Reform Party’s website under the news section by Nick Hensley on July 18, 2013.

On September 10, 2001 defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld said that the Department of Defense (DoD) was unable to account for $2.3 trillion tax dollars.… Read more ...

Reform Party of California: Self Interest vs. Public Interest

The following was posted on the Reform Party’s website:

Although politics is complicated, only a few factors tend to exert a consistent, significant influence on many or most political issues and outcomes. One factor is ideology and another is the influence of special interest money.

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Reform Party of California: Politics and Special Interest Money

The following was published on the Reform Party’s website:  

Although politics is complicated, only a few factors exert a major influence on most issues. One factor is ideology. Based on how modern American politics works, the Reform Party of California (RPCA) believes that ideology is more of a detriment than a benefit when it comes to intelligent, efficient governance.

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Reform Party of California: What is the Proper Size and Scope in Government?

 Published on the Reform Party’s website:

Introduction

This essay is the first in a series that the Reform Party of California (RPCA) is publishing to articulate its rationale and approach to reform and politics. The series will explain and justify the basis for the Party’s intellectual framework as a better and more efficient way to implement policies in an intelligent, compassionate and fiscally sustainable manner.

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New Registration Numbers from California and Alaska

New voter registration numbers have been reported in both California and Alaska. Third parties made gains in

In California: The percentages from April are listed first, then the new May numbers.
Democratic 44.57%, now 44.49%
Republican 30.79%, now 30.80%
American Independent 2.31%, now 2.34%
Green .66362%, now .66357%
Libertarian .506%, now .511%
Peace & Freedom .3325%, now .3333%
Reform .132%, now .140%
other unqualified parties besides Reform .559%, now .560%
independents 20.14%, now 20.17%

These numbers indicate that every partisan designation gained percentages except gained registrants except the Greens and Democrats. … Read more ...