Badger Left Triggers Constitutional Crisis

Progs will end Democracy as we know it for forced-labor unionism
"Senate Republicans Thursday ordered the arrest of their 14 Democratic colleagues, who fled the state two weeks ago to avoid a vote on Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial budget repair bill. It’s unclear whether the resolution to force the senators back to the Capitol is constitutional.

The state Constitution prohibits the arrest of legislators while in session unless they’re suspected of committing felonies, treason or breach of the peace."
(from biggovernment.com)

Oligarchical Collectivists At Work

Mysterious Obama - Soros link finally explained


Shameless Criminal DINOs

Hoosiers fit to be tied by greedy public union bosses

$250 dollars a day starting Monday, until they return and start doing their jobs. The article suggests that Indiana Democrats may not take this seriously*, as fines of this sort have been threatened in the past but never actually imposed. To which I say: given the language,rhetoric, and now live ammunition that have been scattered around towards Republicans by obedient Democratic lackeys… why should anybody assume that this is merely a threat this time?

Seriously. Look at this one Google search term alone. Tell me again why any Republican legislator should still have any sort of fellow-feeling towards any Democratic legislator who has spent the last month cynically inciting their weaker-minded followers up to the very edge of violence. We have come to the end of showing any consideration, and the end of toleration of nonsense. If Indiana Democrats don’t want to pay the fine, then they should stop pretending to be latter-day Robin Hoods, delete the number of their union boss masters from their cell phones, and go back to work.

(from redstate.com)

Democracy for DINOs

Sore-loser Democrats have little use for democracy


Progs Misread Collectivist Tyranny

BigGov unionism actually destroys the Middle Class


U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Labor) -- “As a nation, I look back in history and some of the worst governments we’ve ever had, you know one of the the first thing they did? They went after the trade unions,” he said. “Hitler didn’t want unions, Stalin didn’t want unions. [Former Egyptian President Hosni] Mubarak didn’t want independent unions.”
Analysis from redstate.com:

"The lefties say this because Hitler dissolved the Weimar Republic’s unions and consolidated them into the German equivalent of the AFL-CIO, basing the unions on socialist equality principles. Yes, he dissolved the unions. But he only did so because they weren’t “union” enough.

The lefties claiming otherwise are ignorant of history.

It might shock Sherrod Brown, who shows no signs of being familiar at all with history, that the Nazis also supported universal healthcare, expanded animal welfare laws, support of healthy, organic foods and vegetarianism, a minimum wage, progressive taxation, and tight gun control — policies Sherrod Brown supports too.

In fact, former Senator Chris Dodd’s father Thomas, is frequently accused by Jewish groups of drafting the Gun Control Act of 1968 from reading the Nazis’ German Weapons Law. A signification portion of Dodd’s law mirrors Hitler’s law, including the “sporting purpose test” first introduced by the Nazis.

Likewise, Stalin did not shutdown unions, but made them agents of the state.

Just to re-emphasize, the Nazis and Soviets loved labor unions. They loved them so much they made them part of the state apparatus."

Big Unions Are Sunk Costs

Collective Bargaining and the Bottom Line


U.S. Seeks New Churchill


Berger, Libya-Soviet, Mugabe

On this day: March 4
Victor Berger (Wisconsin) becomes the first socialist congressman in U.S. (1911)

Libya and the Soviet Union sign a cooperation treaty (1972)

Nationalist leader Robert Mugabe becomes Zimbabwe's prime minister (1980)

b: Todor Aleksandrov (1881), Shemp Howard (1895), Alice Rivlin (1931); d: Alexander Hamilton Stephens (1883), Louis Capone (1944), Wilhelm Zaisser (1958), Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk (1977), Harry Blackmun (1999), Thomas Eagleton (2007)

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