by Al Maurer | 9:23 am, April 4, 2011
The left goes down hard, and they’re not going to give up in Wisconsin.
by Joshua Sharf | 8:23 pm, March 31, 2011
Game on. We all know about the efforts by unions and other lefties to recall eight Wisconsin Republican state senators, and to overturn the results of last year’s election, and this year’s vote to limit public sector unions. You may not know about another effort to do so by politicizing a race for the Wisconsin [...]
by Joshua Sharf | 8:15 pm, March 15, 2011
In track and field, when a runner has the wind at his back, and records he sets don’t count. Of course, in track, the win is still fair, because all the runners run under the same conditions. With the press, it’s always uphill and against the wind for Republicans and Tea Parties, downhill and wind-assisted [...]
by Al Maurer | 11:58 am, March 7, 2011
Unions may once have made sense, but today they just hold workers back.
by Lesley Hollywood | 9:51 pm, February 23, 2011
The Northern Colorado Tea Party was proud to stage a Tea Party counter-rally in opposition to an SEIU organized rally in Denver on Tuesday. The topic in dispute? Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s budget cutting proposals which have caused massive upset among Public Employee Union members both in Wisconsin and nationwide. Meanwhile, across the country, fiscally sane Tea Party activists are [...]
by Mike Krause | 12:15 pm, February 22, 2011
Over at the Education News Colorado website, Independence Institute education policy analyst Ben DeGrow takes up the side of Wisconsin taxpayers and fiscal sanity in a point/counter-point debate about the ongoing and momentous political battle over the future of public-sector union influence in Wisconsin.
Money quote from Ben:
The proposals championed by Governor Scott Walker [...]
by PerlStalker | 12:19 am, February 22, 2011
Leftist such as MoveOn.org have been go on and on about how Republicans hate women and children because of the budget cuts they are proposing in the House. The cuts to Planned Parenthood are especially amusing as they want people to believe that not pa…
by Lesley Hollywood | 2:01 pm, February 20, 2011
Wisconsin is in a state of unrest. Tens of thousands of people are protesting Wisconsin’s massive budget repair legislation that will weaken the State Employees Union. Democratic legislators are fleeing their offices to prevent the assembly from reaching a quorum and passing this bill . And as Wisconsin is facing a a deficit of $137 million — a deficit projected to increase [...]
by T.L. James | 1:54 am, February 19, 2011
I’m sorry… but how exactly does this comport with the Left’s past six weeks of handwringing over the need for “civility” and an end to “violent rhetoric”? Tuesday February 22nd, 2011 there will be a rally in support of Wisconsin workers protesting their Governor’s violent through the barrel of a gun threats to outlaw collective [...]
by T.L. James | 10:47 pm, February 18, 2011
Well, at least that’s what one could be forgiven for thinking after reading this post at Little Green Footballs: I’d just like to say that I stand in solidarity with the workers and students of Wisconsin tonight, and against the right wing’s war on employee unions. What about the abundant Hitler references? What about the [...]« go back — keep looking »
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