Benjamin Hodge interview with Paul Ibbetson – Anti-business attitudes of Topeka paper, Democrat Anthony Hensley
The Topeka Capital-Journal joined Democratic Senate leader Anthony Hensley in: Promoting tax and spend policies that damage businesses Insulting a major business after it leaves town Stating clearly that they expect businesses to ask their approval and permission before making decisions Proposing anti-business “solutions” — picking winners and losers by taking money from most businesses, and giving “incentives” to a small number of businesses Sending | Read More »
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2010 – Back to Sanity! Conservative Candidates Belong to ALL of US!
Here’s the movement name- “Back to Sanity!” – Winning back the House and Senate in 2010 I need your help with basic info to get this going. Here’s the simple idea – Build a list of the top 100 Congressional and Senate Races that are crucial to winning a majority in both the Senate and the house in 2010. List them in descending order of | Read More »
Joe the Plumber Hero Fund
Joe the Plumber Hero Fund Rush told us today that Joe the Plumber cannot get work. It is horrible that in our Free country, that a man can have his ability to make a living destroyed simply because the Messiah walked down his street and he wasn’t afraid to ask a hard question. We are going to collect money for him through Election day and | Read More »
Interesting Article About Obama Campain Contributions? [Redacted]
I occassionally get emails from a website listed as newsmax.com and, though I glance at most of these and delete them, there was a top story listing that caught my eye regarding Obama’s campaign contributions. This article talks about two obvious problems, with contributions amounts over the $4,600.00 limit having yet to be returned to the contributor or even being contacted by the Obama campaign | Read More »
Why does Obama need so much money for his campaign?
I think this is no secret: Obama has waged one of the most expensive campaign in history even when so many people are losing jobs. Just look at http://www.maplight.org/widgets orhttp://industry.bnet.com/technology/1000416/tech-places-presidential-bets/ So does amount of such campaign money defines the election of American President?