Searching for 2010

Another rewarding year for Progs?


O-Abdication Hoax EXPLAINED!

U.S. Lamestreams miss forest for unexpected trees


Job-Killing Thugs At Your Door

O-Progs degrade U.S. business climate to harvest dues for P2P politics
On Tuesday, President Obama’s union-controlled National Labor Relations Board helped to increase the President’s anti-business bonafides by issuing a rather shocking press release that has the business community all abuzz.

The NLRB, the agency that governs private-sector, union-employer relations would like all employers, large and small, under its jurisdiction to post notices for employees that inform them of their rights to unionize.

Following the 60-day public comment period (see below), if the rule is adopted, an employer’s failure to post the NLRB notice would constitute an unfair labor practice charge.
(from redstate.com)

Citizens Eager to Sign Recall Petitions

Corrupt Ruling Class under fire across America


O-Progs Living High On Our Hog

It's lots of fun overspending OPM
The U.S. government fell deeper into the red in fiscal 2010 with net liabilities swelling more than $2 trillion as commitments on government debt and federal benefits rose, a U.S. Treasury report showed on Tuesday.

The Financial Report of the United States, which applies corporate-style accrual accounting methods to Washington, showed the government’s liabilities exceeded assets by $13.473 trillion. That compared with a $11.456 trillion gap a year earlier.

Unlike the normal measurement of government intake of receipts against cash outlays, accrual accounting measures costs such as interest on the debt and federal benefits payable when they are incurred, not when funds are actually disbursed.
(from reuters.com)

The Worst Congress Evah

Frank Donatelli counts the ways
What comes to mind when you think of "the worst"? President James Buchanan. The 1962 Mets. Vanilla Ice. Now add to that list the 111th Congress, which is finally slated to wrap up business this week.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just didn't want to give up that gavel. This may have been the worst Congress since Lyndon Johnson's landslide ushered in the Congress that gave us the Great Society and the Vietnam War.

Memo to voters: Democratic landslides are usually followed by disastrous results.
(from washingtontimes.com)

Students Riot for BigGov

Palermo Sicilians light the way for U.S. Progs


The Fed, NorKs, Fabian Society

On this day: December 23
The Federal Reserve Act is signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson (1913)

The U.S. wins the release of 82 sailors by issuing a written apology to North Korea for spying on the Communist country (1968)

Soviet forces occupy Kabul, the Afghan capital (1979)

b: Edward R. Pease (1857); d: Anthony Fokker (1939), Hideki Tōjō (1948), Lavrentiy Beria (1953)

Community Organizing for the New Progressive Era
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