An Inconvenient Ambassador: Christopher Stevens

Skeeter omits Benghazi 4 from SOTU


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Don't Forget Obamacare

Transformational BigGov-Prog chickens coming home to roost


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BigGov Union Thug: Bite the Hand that Feeds

AFSCME boss Lee Saunders a typical collectivist who never takes enough
"I am sick and tired of the fair-weather Democrats. They date us, take us to the prom, marry us, and then divorce us right after the honeymoon. I am sick and tired of the so-called friends who commend us when they’re running for election, but condemn us after they’ve won. I am sick and tired of the politicians who stand with us behind closed doors, but kick us to the curb in front of the cameras. I'm here to tell you that's bullshit and we’re not gonna take it anymore.

Many of you know some of the people I’m talking about. Mayor Michael Nutter in Philadelphia. Governor Pat Quinn in Illinois. We’ve come to expect union-busting, anti-worker tactics from ultra-conservatives like Scott Walker and John Kasich. But now, everybody’s on the bandwagon.

Look at Nutter. AFSCME members in Philadelphia haven’t had a contract in four years, and Sister Baylor knows it. What does the mayor do? He goes to the Republican-controlled Pennsylvania Supreme Court to get a legal decision that would let him shove his contract down our throats. He’s no different from Governor Snyder in Michigan, who went to his state’s Supreme Court to get legal cover for cutting school employees’ pay. Different political parties, same political games.

Look at Governor Quinn. He has waged a relentless war on state employees – slashing pensions, driving down incomes and wiping out jobs. Last year he took the unprecedented step of terminating our contract. He is the first and only Illinois governor, Republican or Democrat, to take such a blatantly aggressive action.

I have had enough of these turncoats, and it’s time to make them pay."
(full story at redstate.com)

Tea Party SOTU On The Record

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul takes on Obamunist Progs


Planned Eugenics, Atomic France, Solzhenitsyn Exiled

On this day: February 13
France tests its first atomic bomb (1960)

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is exiled from the Soviet Union (1974)

Konstantin Chernenko succeeds the late Yuri Andropov as general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1984)

b: William Shockley (1910); d: Robert Klark Graham (1997), Walt Rostow (2003)

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