On NLRB Decision Nullification: No One For Union Bosses & Democrats To Blame Except Themselves
Following Friday’s Appeals Court ruling striking down Barack Obama unconstitutional “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, the New York Times points out that more than 300 NLRB decisionsRead More »
Ken Cuccinelli corybookers in Virginia.
Anyway, Virginia AG (who happens to be also running for Governor) Ken Cuccinelli was driving along yesterday when… Cuccinelli was on his way back to Richmond on Friday after a
White House: The DC Circuit Court has made its NLRB decision…
…now let it enforce it: President Obama’s spokesman denounced the invalidation of the so-called ‘recess’ appointments as a “novel and unprecedented ruling,” adding that the decision has “no impact on
Obama’s Union-Controlled NLRB Thumbs Nose At Court Ruling, Chairman Vows To March Onward
Following Friday morning’s appeals court ruling that Barack Obama’s “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional, union attorney (and current NLRB chairman) Mark Gaston Pearce vowed toRead More »
Union Bosses’ Bad Week Just Got A Lot Worse: Obama’s NLRB ‘Recess’ Appointments Ruled Unconstitutional
Let the union bosses’ whining and institutional Left’s spin begin. Just as it was thought that union bosses’ bad week couldn’t get any worse, it just got a lot worse.Read More »
Book Review: Courageous
Students For Life has released a new book, Courageous, that highlights the stories of 12 pro-life students and will serve as inspiration and encouragement for others to stand up against
DC Appeals Court Strikes Down Obama’s Recess Appointments
Thankfully, a week that has gone awry for conservatives on the legislative front has ended with great news. Aside for Saxby Chambliss announcing his retirement from the Senate, the DC
Apple Tumbles and the Legacy of Tim Geithner
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the recent stock woes of Apple,Read More »
Union Bosses’ Bad Week: Percentage of Americans Union-Free Now Highest in 70 Years
Every year, around this time in January, this week usually brings bad news for union bosses. What’s worse for them is that it has been this way for most ofRead More »
The Moral High Ground
Tyrannical Governments: The British Empire, Nazis, Communists, Fascist Italy. Our founders knew that America’s citizens would need to protect themselves from out of control government. Self Defense: Home Invasions, Robberies,Read More »
Harry Reid… does not *cave* on the filibuster. Rather, he *disengages*.
So, the big news today is that Harry Reid apparently voluntarily spit out some of his fangs on the filibuster. They’re modifying the rules to give the minority party a
The Deadly Truth About Workplace Freedom
The Ohio Education Association (OEA), union campaign arm We Are Ohio, and other labor groups hope to convince Ohioans that workplace freedom kills workers. Ohio union bosses are desperate to
Stop the Reid/McConnell Filibuster Deform
Update*** Less than 8 hours after unveiling these drastic changes, Reid shoved them through with overwhelming Republican support. The elimination of the filibuster on motion to proceed passed 78-16 and
Finally, Honest Words From the Pro-Abortion Society
I feel like singing the Hallelujah Chorus right now. No more “safe, legal and rare” canard. No more lies about how an unborn child is just a “bunch of cells”.
After Big Punt, Here’s How GOP Can Score
As a conservative, I hate when Republicans constantly punt on spending. It’s annoying, and it keeps happening. We have no reason to think it won’t keep happening. American Majority Action
Seven Out of Ten Americans Choose the Convenience of Abortion
Seven Out of Ten Americas Agree We Should All Just Lighten Up and Have a Cheeseburger. Without a strong central values system guiding a society, it
Obama losing his gun control campaign
New polling from Washington Post-ABC News and Pew find that President Obama’s campaign to repress the Second Amendment right “keep and bear arms” is faltering. On January 22, 2013, PewRead More »
How Will the Pentagon Deal with Deep Cuts and Women on the Front
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Michael Auslin to discuss how the PentagonRead More »
Tech at Night: Net Neutrality: The Return of the Revenge.
Quickly tonight, as I’m beat. Here’s more on the Netflix/Net Neutrality controversy, and how they’re making war on ISPs while regulations prevent ISPs from fighting back. A key point FredRead More »
“No Budget, No Pay” bill passes the House.
Basically, what’s going to happen is this: if the bill passes in the Senate then both the House and Senate will be under the gun to pass a budget in