The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Dean Tom Campbell entitled “A federal boost for the jobs market.” In the piece, Dean Campell proposed, “The government could agree to provide for 50% of a new employee’s salary if an employer adds a job and gives it to someone who’s been out of work six
The O.C. Metro featured Dean Tom Campbell in a cover story piece called “Top Attorneys: The Dean’s List.” Read Dean Campbell’s interview with the O.C. Metro.
On May 23, “RealClearPolitics” interviewed Dean Tom Campbell about Corporate Social Responsibility. Dean Campbell defined CSR for “RealClearPolitics” as a corporation’s sense of obligation “to do something more than to simply make a financial profit.” He went on to state that “most often that something more involves a good environmental record, or something good for
The Los Angeles Times published an article featuring Visiting Professor Tom Campbell and his “nonconformist approach” to politics. Read the full article here.
Professor Tom Campbell was featured in an article discussing why he won’t sign ‘no tax pledge’ as well as his support of Arizona’s recent immigration law. The “no tax pledge” signed by his Republican opponents is “easy and popular, but it isn’t right,” said Tom Campbell. Read the full article here.
The Sacramento Bee profiled Professor Tom Campbell and characterized his current campaign for a seat on the Senate as one distinguished by politeness. “‘He’s no put-on, he’s no phony, he’s the real deal,’ said H. Faye Lawson, who worked with Campbell at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, where Campbell was dean.” Read the article…
Visiting Professor and Gubernatorial candidate Tom Campbell was quoted in an article in the San Diego Tribune, entitled “Marriage law unconstitutional, GOP hopeful says.” In the article, Professor Campbell stated, “This particular bill created greater rights for those couples married out of state after the date of Prop. 8 than same-sex couples within the state,
Visiting Professor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Campbell recently addressed the California Republican State Convention on September 25th to talk about his experiences in politics, education and to explain his motivation to run for Governor in 2010. Read the Los Angeles Times article here.
Visiting Professor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Campbell recently laid out a plan to provide health insurance for all Californians that will not increase taxes. Campbell favors the interstate sale of medical insurance to drive down costs and the repeal of anti-trust exemption for insurance. Read the Orange County Register article here.
Visiting Professor Tom Campbell spoke on 90.3 KPCV to discuss his original interest in politics and education. He explained his ideological views saying that the overriding concept in his political views is the importance of preserving one’s liberty. Read more…