Category Archive for: ‘Elections’

  • Democratic Claim Obama Created 4.5 Million New Jobs Another Obama Lie

    Over and over, last week at the Democratic National Convention we heard that Barack Obama had created 4.5 million new jobs in the private sector. Convention speakers from Nancy Pelosi to Joe Biden, and everyone in between, chanted the 4.5 million new jobs mantra. Wow, …

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  • Voter ID Law Upheld By Pennsylvania Judge

    August 16, 2012. Pennsylvania’s new Voter ID Law will go into effect before the November election as planned. The new Voter ID Law survived a challenge when a Pennsylvania District Court Judge Robert Simpson denied a motion for preliminary injunction in a lawsuit brought by the ACLU and NAACP to block Pennsylvania’s new Voter ID Law from taking effect. Judge found ACLU claims of voter disenfranchisement ’Not Credible’.

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  • Is Herman Cain a Contender?

    Is Herman Cain a serious contender for the Republican presidential nomination? It’s a question no one in the pundit world was asking until the past week. Cain has never held public office. When he ran for the Senate in Georgia in 2004, he lost the primary by a 52 percent to 26 percent margin. But, Republicans everywhere view Cain favorably.

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  • More Justice Done In Wisconsin As Voters Defeat Unions Again

    Conservative Revolution heads toward 2012 as Wisconsin voters and Republicans defeat unions in massive union effort to oust them from office.

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  • Union Boss Threatens Obama and Democrats. Do More For Unions Or Else

    Union boss Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO already feels like he bought this President, along with most of the Democrats in the House and Senate.  He is also keenly aware that Barack Obama and the leadership of the Democratic Party expect him, and his …

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  • Obama Administration Suing States For Unions

    The Obama administration is on the offensive again in their zeal to protect labor unions, showering them with corrupt deals and political favoritism.  The National Labor Relations Board, an agency of the Obama administration, is expanding its authority well beyond that which is its legal …

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  • Obama Administration Sues Boeing To Close Non-Union Factory

    Proving once again that the good of the United States is far less important than protecting corrupt union cronies, the Obama administration today attacked Boeing for building a new manufacturing facility in South Carolina, because it is a right to work state.  In what should …

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  • Wisconsin Update Last Best Hope Of The Left Crushed By Voters

    Despite the picture which has been painted by unions, progressives, the Democratic Party and the mainstream media of an electorate which overwhelmingly supports the unions in their epic battle with Governor Scott Walker over collective bargaining privileges, the election upon which the left has hung …

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  • Collective Bargaining Is Not A Right

    The New York Times ran a story in early March purporting to show (according to their headline) that “Majority in Poll Back Employees in Public Sector Unions.” But this poll is completely worthless. To understand why just look at the question they used to justify …

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  • Baby Boomers and Seniors: A Political Tsunami That Is Washing Democrats Right Out Of Office

    Older American voters are the voting block most likely to vote in any election. This year, however, they are going to do so in record numbers. Seniors are supporting Republicans more than any other demographic group, in this election cycle, and they are poised to …

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