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Labor May Be Turning on Obamacare

May 26, 2013

If there’s one thing I’ve learned since the Obama Nation took charge, it is to always watch what the other hand is doing.  Before the Benghazi-IRS-AP scandals, it seemed like Obama was constantly moving from one issue to another and back again:  gun control to amnesty to drones to Gitmo to gun control to amnesty [...]

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Unions Kill the Twinkie

November 16, 2012

There are a lot of stories out there that, when taken together, suggest that the world is on fire right now.  But the one thing that seems to be pissing everyone off more than any other is the fact that the Twinkie will soon be no more because Hostess, the company that makes them, is [...]

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Did You Get Your Obamacare Waiver Yet?

January 7, 2012

Numbers from a Friday afternoon document dump indicate that 543,812 labor union employees have received an Obamacare waiver since last June, while only 69,813 mostly small business private sector employees did.  When I read that I couldn’t help but think about Andrew Wilkow‘s notion that “socialism is for the people, not the socialists”. It all [...]

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Democrats in Congress Want to Override Supreme Court

February 2, 2010

So I guess that according to liberals, Supreme Court decisions are sacrosanct only when they legislate liberal policies from the bench.  Yet when the court rules in favor of the Constitution as they ruled in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission by holding that collections of people (unions, corporations) had the same free speech rights [...]

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Obama Signs Order to Destroy Construction Jobs

February 8, 2009

It has already been well-documented how the Stimulus bill will actually contract the economy, but now a new executive order that has gotten little attention has been signed by Obama that will destroy the construction industry.  The construction industry is already hurting, but this new legislation will make government contracts (including the few so-called “shovel-ready” [...]

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