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"There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil....In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit." Ayn Rand
We have stated on many occasions in the past that union bosses are in control of the federal government and that today’s Democrats are merely a bunch of puppets doing (or attempting to do) labor’s bidding—a de facto Labor Party. For the latest example, one only needs to look as far as the controversy the White House and DNC have stirred up. The demonization of | Read More »
As a follow-up to yesterday’s post about the National Rifle Associations’s endorsement of Nancy Pelosi Tim Walz [D MN-1], we just received word that the Gun Owners of America Political Victory Fund has endorsed Randy Demmer for Minnesota’s First District. In the endorsement of Demmer, the GOA also explains why Democrat Tim Walz is a Nancy Pelosi puppet and, ultimately, not pro-2nd Amendment.
With a story like this, is there any wonder why more people than ever are using e-mail? [via FoxNews.com] The American Postal Workers Union has extended its internal election after thousands of ballots appeared to have gotten lost . . . in the mail. The union’s election committee was supposed to be counting those ballots this week in downtown Washington, D.C., following a tradition mail-in election. | Read More »
The White House and the Democrats have got to be freaking out right now. In a desperate display of gutter politics just three weeks before the November mid-terms, they’ve launched an all out assault on one of America’s oldest and largest associations of job creators, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Unfortunately for the White House and its allies, the Chamber has very simply and adroitly | Read More »
By now, you’ve probably heard that the NRA has endorsed Nancy Pelosi* [*Okay, so the NRA hasn't officially endorsed Pelosi, but it's leaders seem just fine with signing a Devil's Pact with her.] Having been a NRA member off and on for many years, like many, I too was a believer that the venerable gun-rights group was a firm defender in America’s Bill of Rights—all | Read More »
YOU are the ONLY thing in the way of them fulfilling their agenda. Over the last year (and longer), we’ve written on the union push to nationalize America’s retirement system and how important the $165 billion union pension bailout bill is to union bosses and their lackeys in the Democratic Party. Moreover, for two years, we’ve written how America’s health care system will be socialized medicine within three | Read More »
Do you remember a few months ago, when the SEIU and its mob of zombies stomped all over private property, terrorizing a 14-year old boy who was home alone at the time?…And the police facilitated it stood by and did nothing? Well, get a load of this: A week after Arizona governor Jan Brewer knocked the once-mighty United Food & Commercial Workers out of the Boycott | Read More »
From the horse’s mouth [or the backers of Dan Benishek's opponent]…But we’ll return to this.* WE WILL NOT use or threaten to use a weapon of any kind, including but not limited to guns, knives, slingshots, rocks, ball bearings, liquid-filled balloons or other projectiles, picket signs, sticks, sledge hammers, bricks, hot coffee, bottles, two by fours, lit cigarettes, eggs, or bags or balloons filled with excrement… WE | Read More »
Here is a prediction: Across the country, there will be races that some candidates will lose even though poll numbers, right now, indicate otherwise. As you read this, at present, you should know that there are only seemingly disconnected anecdotal dots that are starting to connect. However, if the dots do fully connect, we may not know until well after the November 2nd election if, | Read More »
New Haven, Connecticut, like so many other cities, is contending with public union contracts in the face of declining tax revenues. As a result, as is happening throughout the country, the mayor of New Haven is trying to re-negotiate those contracts. The public employee unions don’t like that. On Tuesday, members of the AFSCME and UNITE-HERE stormed New Haven’s City Hall to protest. Here is | Read More »
Over the summer, from May until September, members of the RWDSU (an affiliate of the United Food & Commercial Workers) in Williamson, New York were out on strike for 112 days against their employer Mott’s, which is owned by Dr. Pepper Snapple. Andrew Cuomo* (son of Mario) is running to fill his father’s shoes as governor in New York against Carl Paladino. In so doing, | Read More »
There is a question that has been debated in some circles for a while now: Are the union-controlled Democrats purposely trying to drive the nation into another Great Depression, or are they just that ignorant? The problem is, no matter how you answer that question (ignorance or malice), both are dangerous for the country. In the spirit of optimism in humanity, one probably could believe that | Read More »
Four weeks from today. That’s all. Four. Weeks. On November 2nd, there will be an electoral showdown with the forces of freedom on one side, and the forces of statism on the other. If this past weekend’s Marxist March on the Mall didn’t help draw a line in the sand for you, perhaps these other items* might: Our nation is nearly $13.6 trillion in debt. | Read More »
Back in June, we reported that California Congressman Brad Sherman (D) was circulating a letter to his fellow Democrats to introduce legislation to repeal “Right-to-Work” laws in 22 states. Now, with less than a month before the mid-term elections and five weeks before a lame-duck session in Congress, Sherman has introduced legislation to eliminate state Right to Work laws all across America. Currently, there are | Read More »