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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
Senator Patty Murray [D-WA] is apparently proud of the job she’s done for to Washington state. After all, her job-creating ability is, shall we say…unique? Under Patty Murray’s watch, she’s done a quite job creating jobs. In fact, she’s so talented at creating jobs in other states that the Chambers of Commerce in Illinois and South Carolina should put her on retainer. And, her backing of | Read More »
The company formally known as General Motors (informally known as Government Motors) is preparing for an initial public stock offering (IPO). However, it appears the attractiveness of the “new” GM continues to be scarred by an old curse, the United Auto Workers. While many Americans have already sworn off the buying of GM-made vehicles, investing in General Motors, alongside the United Auto Workers may be | Read More »
Last year, for the first time ever, the number of public-sector union members exceeded private-sector union members. As it has been estimated (conservatively) that private-sector union members (most of them under the threat of losing their jobs) shell out $13-$15 billion annually in union dues, given the growth in public-sector unions, the union industry easily rakes in in excess of $26 billion or more per year in | Read More »
By now, most Americans know how hard union bosses pushed, tugged, bullied and threatened, using tens of millions of their members’ money on advertising and lobbying, all to get health care reform passed. Most Americans also remember (though many did not believe) the promises that health care reform would make health care “affordable for all.” And no one can forget how the legislation was sold to Americans: | Read More »
The job-destroying Employee Free Anti-Choice Act (EFCA) is becoming a topic this week in the political races leading up to November 2nd, as it should. Given that EFCA, in addition to card-check, lets a government ‘arbitrator’ dictate wages and benefits on private-sector businesses and their workers, it’s been estimated that 4.5 million jobs would be lost if EFCA ever does get signed into law. However, like | Read More »
Taking pot shots at Americans who participate in Tea Parties is nothing new. However, union bosses know that the Tea Party movement is the most significant threat to advancing their Marxist agenda since the Cold War. As a result, AFL-CIO boss Richard Trumka has been attacking the Americans who participate in Tea Parties whenever the opportunity presents itself. Yesterday, the AFL-CIO boss was on Chris | Read More »
Just one question for the voters in Toledo, Ohio: Which would you rather have: A Congressman who has dressed up for war re-enactments (see Hogan’s Heroes), OR… A Congresswomen that compares terrorists to America’s Founding Fathers? It’s a pretty simple question, but it is the choice you have to make on November 2nd. Last week’s ridiculous attempt by Marcy Kaptur and her surrogates to assassinate Republican | Read More »
Do you remember the game of Whack-A-Mole? You know, the game you play on the boardwalk or at the county fair where, for a couple of bucks, you can win a stuffed toy for ‘whacking’ these stupid cartoonish-looking moles on the head with a mallet when they pop up? Well, this one is almost too easy. Last week, when the White House and DNC launched | Read More »
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 »