Collectivists never take enough

ACORN-SEIU's Wade Rathke ridiculed!

I came across a news story from last September that makes a lot more sense today. President Obama then announced that, starting in 2010, tax refunds could be sent as government savings bonds, rather than as checks. Just mark a box on your return, and *voila!* -- you're helping fund the Democrats' out-of-control deficit spending.

What's next: a telethon?
(from directorblue.blogspot.com)

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Labor-state Dem betrays unionists

Union thugs issue empty threat

In the wake of Gov. Deval Patrick avoiding a union convention due to police protesters, the Massachusetts AFL-CIO president says labor support for a Democrat is no longer guaranteed.

“This governor took away collective bargaining from police officers, teachers, steelworkers and Teamsters,” said Robert Haynes, whose 400,000-member union supported Scott Brown against Martha Coakley in the U.S. Senate race. “There’s a great deal of anger directed his way by working people.”

On Thursday, police officers picketed the AFL-CIO’s state of the union conference where Patrick was scheduled to speak. But the governor withdrew in the 11th hour after learning about the protest.

(from bostonherald.com)

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Prog charity hearts SEIU fraud unit

Tides big Drummond Pike covered-up ACORN embezzlement

Today, there are dedicated fiscal sponsor organizations that focus solely on providing incubation for new projects.

One such organization is the Tides Center in San Francisco. In the late 1970s, the Tides Foundation began a Projects Program - "working with promising progressive initiatives."

By the mid-nineties that program evolved into the Tides Center, an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been a fiscal sponsor for 677 projects with combined revenues of $522.4 million. Tides Center currently manages about 200 such projects.

A natural outgrowth of fiscal sponsorships is shared services, and this idea has developed as smaller nonprofits have sought ways to maximize their revenue and stay focused on their mission. Collaborations that include shared staff, shared facilities, and shared technology have sprung up across the country.

The Nonprofit Centers Network, a service of Tides Center, operates and promotes sustainable workspace for nonprofits and strengthens nonprofit capacity specifically around shared real estate.
(from savannahnow.com)

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