"There can be no compromise on basic principles. There can be no compromise on moral issues. There can be no compromise on matters of knowledge, of truth, of rational conviction."

"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


    Union Militants Organize Against FBI’s Terror-Tie Investigation

    Last September, federal agents conducted a search of the homes of 23 left-wing, anti-war activists, several of whom are union activists from Illinois and Minnesota.  The searches were in execution of warrants “seeking evidence in support of an ongoing Joint Terrorism Task Force investigation,” stated Steve Warfield, a spokesman for the FBI in Minneapolis, at the time. In Chicago, among those whose homes which were searched | Read More »

    The NLRB’s Kangaroo Court & Boeing Employees’ ‘Insurance’ Option…

    On Tuesday, the Boeing Company will be heading to the NLRB’s kangaroo court in Seattle, Washington to be prosecuted by an agency controlled by pro-union extremists. The outcome, as far as the NLRB hearing is concerned, is already a foregone conclusion. The hearing is a procedural nuisance that Boeing will have to endure to eventually have its case heard in the federal courts—which is likely | Read More »

    Non-Union Grocers Poised To Gain If UFCW Deploys M.A.D. Strike Strategy

    In 2003, the United Food & Commercial Workers engaged in what turned out to be a 141-day labor dispute in which the union lost. While the dispute cost the supermarket chains hundreds of millions in sales during the strike, UFCW members were devastated. Now, nearly eight years later, the UFCW is ready to hit the picket lines again in what can only be described as | Read More »

    Cedar Falls Bureaucrats to Property Owners: Give us the keys to your property…

    “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Benjamin Franklin In late May, property owners in Cedar Falls, Iowa had their city government vote (6 to 1) in the second of three votes (the third vote will be held on Monday) to force owners to place lock boxes on their property giving the Fire Department | Read More »

    SEIU On California’s Conservatives: ‘If we can’t get them out, we’ll breed them out.’

    There is a scene in the movie Braveheart in which King Edward I (Longshanks) laments that there are too many Scots. His solution is to declare reinstatement of the old practice of primae noctis, which is to allow his nobles to have the right to take the Scots’ newlywed wives to their beds on their wedding night. Upon declaring primae noctis, Longshanks states (in obvious | Read More »

    NJ’s Christie on Health & Pension Reform: We are on the precipice of disaster…

    With a staggering $66.7 billion in unfunded health care liabilities (the highest in the nation) for government workers, on top of the $53.9 billion in unfunded pension liabilities owed to those government workers, the Garden State’s fiscal ship is sinking fast. Already, New Jersey’s property taxes are the highest in the nation with the average residential property tax bill at $7,281. It is a problem | Read More »

    #Weinergate, just another example of liberal lies

    This really isn’t a post about…well…you know. However, as #Weinergate has unfolded over these past two weeks, it has provided yet another illustrative lesson in the Left’s methodology of crisis management: lie-blame-deny-obfuscate-confess. The playbook is something we’ve seen deployed too often over the years—most recently with the Left’s attacks on Paul Ryan’s plan to reform Medicare, as they’ve thrown truth to the wolves. Congressman Benishek | Read More »

    Communist Party USA Experiencing Growing Pains

    An increase in Communist Party membership here in the U.S. really isn’t all that surprising. After all, given all of the Left-Wing hate propaganda that’s been occurring for the last several years and its increasing alignment with the union movement, with growing the Party as a long-term goal, eventually their efforts would begin to pay off. However, what is somewhat surprising is the Communist Party | Read More »

    Unapologetic Public School Officials Turning Children Into Good Little Comrades

    For decades, even before the collapse of the Soviet Union, stories of collectivist indoctrination of children to be “good” members of Soviet society had been reported. Vladimir Lenin, who stated, “Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever,” knew that indoctrination was the key to having a uniformly obedient collectivist society. His successor, Josef Stalin, was even more blunt | Read More »

    Unbelievable! NLRB’s Acting General Counsel Opposes Boeing Employees’ Legal Involvement

    Last week, three Boeing employees, whose jobs are at stake due to the National Labor Relations Board’s prosecution of their employer, filed to intervene in the case. Now, just a few days later, Lafe Solomon has declared that he is opposed to their intervention in the case–even though they stand a good chance of losing their jobs due to the union and the NLRB’s actions. | Read More »

    As SoCal Braces for Big Grocery Strike, UFCW Urges Shoppers to Respect Picket Lines

    In 2003 into 2004, the United Food & Commercial Workers’ 70,000 members throughout Southern California were embroiled in a labor dispute that lasted 141 days. Now, with approximately 62,000 members and a contract that expired three months ago, it appears the UFCW may be heading down the same path. In 2003/2004, the UFCW essentially ended the dispute by accepting the same offer (or nearly the | Read More »

    The Pretense of Obama’s ‘Other’ Labor Board’s Investigation of Delta

    Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? Within the next several months (perhaps sooner), the odds are President Obama’s National Mediation Board will find that Delta Air committed unforgivable sins during multiple union election campaigns last fall, causing the unions to lose the elections.  As a result, employees at Delta will be subjected to more union elections until they—in the minds of union bosses—vote the | Read More »

    The NLRB’s Assault on Religious Liberty

    While the NLRB’s attack on the Boeing Company and its South Carolina employees may be viewed as an attack on the freedom to expand business in America, Catholic colleges are also under fire from Obama’s NLRB for not being Catholic enough. Back in January, the New York regional office of the NRLB ruled against Manhattan College’s claim that, as a religious institution, it should be | Read More »

    What is the difference between the SEIU & an armed robber?

    That’s a rhetorical question. However, after seeing this L.A. Times passage from last month, one might come to the conclusion that 1) an armed robber usually only has one victim (whereas, the SEIU has millions), 2) an average armed robber does not have politicians in his back pocket, and 3) an armed robber is more intellectually honest—at least he tells you he’s robbing you, where | Read More »

    NY Teachers’ Union & NAACP Fight to Keep African-American Kids in Failing Schools

    Let’s start with the problem: In Harlem (NY), according to the Wall Street Journal, at one elementary school, only 3% of the students perform at grade level English, and only 9% in Math. At the Columbus High School the graduation rate is an abysmal 40%, compared to a citywide average of 63%. These figures are from only two of 22 failing schools that need to | Read More »