Obama’s White Guilt, “Civil Rights Leaders” & Lazy Journalists
Lazy and self-referential journalists are the only reason that in 2013 there are “civil rights leaders”. No conservative today is ever referenced as such. Instead today’s “civil rights leaders” are the self-enriching “poverty pimps”, their supporters for whom time has stopped in the 1960s, and the perpetually aggrieved. This last group sorrowfully have never grown into an adulthood of being productive citizens. They do not | Read More »
“White African” Pres. Obama speaks out on Zimmerman acquittal
Think we will ever see that in the New York Times? “White Hispanic” indeed. A honest conversation about race means that when the newspaper of record sets a racial narrative because one of a person’s parents is “white” while the other parent is not, then why does not that same newspaper of record treat Mr. “If I had a son, he would look like | Read More »
Rule of Law Dying in America
The US Supreme Court shows no restraint in assuming legislative power as evidenced by the DOMA strike down. Activist mobs in Texas and Wisconsin interfere with the legislative process drowning out any civil discussion or civility in process. Bondholder rights summarily taken away to enrich Unions in GM bankruptcy. Congressmen trade stocks on companies in real time while they legislate laws that move the stock | Read More »
Democrats strike another blow against the rule of law
Democrats always make exceptions for their friends. From Geithner to Sebelius to illegal aliens working for Democrat newspapers to enforcement of immigration law. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1012/82109.html Crooked as a dog’s hind leg.
2010 Illinois Governor was elected by under 35,000 votes & what it means for Romney
Here is the map. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Illinois2010.png A relatively unknown Republican from Bloomington running with a 28 year old running mate won all but four counties and lost by fewer than 35,000 votes. Since then Democrat Governor Quinn has presided over tax increases, pension problems, union layoffs, and there has been a Chicago teachers strike. Northern Illinois knows that Wisconsin is doing much better under the leadership | Read More »
More Evidence that Illinois will go Red for Romney
I predict Romney will win big downstate and in the Chicago suburbs. Chicago itself will go fishing. The Illinois economic basket case will ALL be blamed (and rightfully so) on the Democrats. President Popinjay will lose Illinois. Watch for Obama to start campaigning in Illinois. Romney/Ryan should spend one day in northern Illinois sweep through by bus and stop in North Chicago (Abbott Labs), Skokie | Read More »
Don’t wait; Fund candidates now; my picks.
Some well known Republican candidates seeking funds for re-election are already flush with cash, but many lesser known conservative candidates could use support. I took a look at cash raised and cash on hand for various Republicans versus their Democrat rivals for the House and Senate. For the most part, I screened out those candidates who either are (1) far, far behind in money | Read More »
Is this still your Democratic Party? Play on this theme!
A great, great ad theme for Romney/Ryan, and Republicans in general, is found in a new ad “Whose Democratic Party?” being linked to by Drudge. ‘Whose Democratic Party?’ | Washington Free Beacon. This ad hits against the anti-Jewish, anti-Israel stance of the Obama Democrats. The same theme could be effectively used to open the minds and convert Democrat supporters in other interest groups whose leaders | Read More »
Illinois will turn Red State for Romney/Ryan in November
Illinois is winnable for Romney/Ryan. It should not be written off as a lock for Obama/Biden, C(r)ook County notwithstanding. Where is the evidence you say? (1) Illinois is an economic basket case. The comparison with Republican-led Wisconsin shows in stark contrast the failed tax and spend, drive businesses away and exempt your buddies policies of Illinois with the lower government spending, freedom from forced union | Read More »
Stop the calls for Candidates to drop out. Let the Primaries Proceed.
Why ask for a pre-mature end to the primaries by having Ron Paul or Newt Gingrich drop out? Or any candidate? Doesn’t the half of the country that has yet to hold its primary have a say in the candidate process? If they don’t, then the primary process should be radically changed. If they truly do then end the calls for candidates to drop out. | Read More »
Koch Bros Dems Halloween Bogeymen
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bogeyman With apologies to James Whitcomb Riley: INSCRIBED WITH ALL FAITH AND AFFECTION To all the little Democrats: — The happy ones; and sad ones; The sober and the silent ones; the boisterous and glad ones; The good ones — Yes, the good ones, too; and all the lovely bad ones. The Koch Brothers’s come to GOP house to stay, An’ buy up | Read More »
66 Conservatives who understand promises and economics
That is how many voted against the budget bill without the promised 3 day wait to uncover the sleaze. That is how many voted against fakery and political theater over substance. That is how many who deserve support in the next election. Some of the new people who ran with tea party support like Ribble and Duffy in Wisconsin and Benishek in Michigan have shown | Read More »
Sen. Ron Johnson (R, WI) will vote against Budget Deal
He should be on the Committee if it passes. Only people who vote against its passage should be on that committee. His press release: Aug 01 2011 Senator Johnson to Oppose Budget Control Act Washington, D.C. – Senator Ron Johnson (WI) made the following statement regarding the upcoming Senate vote on the Budget Control Act: “After reviewing the Budget Control Act of 2011, I have decided to | Read More »
“Union Man” music video & Wisconsin union vote Qs for an incurious press
Here is an excellent Wisconsin political music video that was promoted by WTMJ’s Charlie Sykes. Note the “fist” symbolism: Teachers’ unions and union supported Wisconsin school boards are rushing to enter new contracts before the new law comes into effect. Many questions about these teacher contract votes have been raised. The media focus is often on open meeting laws for Board consideration of the contracts | Read More »
Union taught WI public school students have lower test scores than non-union Texas.
Contrary to widespread public perception, the public union educational system in Wisconsin on average does no better job of educating students than that of 5 states that do not permit teacher collective bargaining, viz, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, or Virginia. See http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/2011/03/longhorns-17-badgers-1.html Actually, Wisconsin students categorized as “black, hispanic, or asian” generally perform poorly when compared to black, hispanic, or asian categorized students from these southern | Read More »
Fire Chief Tubbs! Restore Rule of Law to WI Capitol.
The mob has validated the propriety of the two hours notice given by the Republicans for the vote. Since the police have escorted the Republicans from the Capitol due to security concerns in view of the mayhem and mob of Democrat protesters, it clearly would have been improvident, and impractical to have given greater notice. Anarchy, mobs and mayhem rule in the Capitol building. The | Read More »
Anyone got a form for teachers to request refund of union dues e.g. in WI, TN, OH?
While a few teachers were calling in sick and getting fraudulent sick notes in the People’s Republic of Madison, many were going to work. Some of these diligent professionals dread the bad publicity engendered by the bad apples. Some teachers are concerned about union willingness to trade layoffs for keeping such union “rights” as (1) having the government collect $700 to $1,000 in yearly dues | Read More »
What if the Green Bay Packers joined a public union?
NFL football players are members of a private sector union, the NFL Players Association, but what if they belonged to a government employee union in symbiosis with the Democrat Party? Imagine if the 2011 Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers football players were members of a public union similar to WEAC the Green Bay, Wisconsin public teachers union. It’s not so far fetched, after all, | Read More »
WI PUDs, unions & chanters
Public Union Democrats, and their chanting supporters do a disservice to Wisconsin people in hard economic times. In November, 2010 a majority of Wisconsin citizens voted to empower Republican solutions. In the weeks leading up to the election, different approaches to addressing State and local economic challenges were debated; the electorate spoke decisively. Newly elected Governor Walker, with compassion, seriousness, patience and honor, has explained | Read More »
Wisconsin Legislator’s Oath of Office
Many of the missing 14 Wisconsin Democrat State Senators have made the following oath multiple times, not only for their Senate seats, but also for various governmental commissions and boards. Wisconsin Constitution Article IV states: Oath of office. SECTION 28. Members of the legislature, and all officers, executive and judicial, except such inferior officers as may be by law exempted, shall before they enter upon | Read More »