Operating the Means of Production

Obama-UAW lead New Progressive Era


Meet Alan Boxer

Progs never fade away, they just recycle


(from iowntheworld.com)

Meet the Progressive Debt Explosion

Obamalosi Dems averted dangerous underspending

There are lots of reasons I will not miss Nancy Pelosi’s extreme left wing speakership. There’s Air Pelosi and radical legislation such Cap and Tax and ObamaCare. But the biggest reason to cheer the end of the ultra-Liberal/Progressive Pelosi Speakership is the national debt.

In the four years that Pelosi was Speaker the national debt increased an unbelievable 60%.

When the Pelosi Democrats took control of Congress on January 4, 2007, the national debt stood at $8,670,596,242,973.04 — that’s $8.67 trillion. Today, the last day of the 111th Congress and Pelosi’s Speakership, the national debt is $13,871,130,353,817.40 — that’s$13.87 trillion. A $5.2 trillion in just four years.

The Pelosi debt works out to $44,662 for every man, woman and child who make up the310,574,015 U.S. populace.

And Liberals wonder why they are perceived as big spenders.

(from redstate.com)

How George Soros H8s America

House GOP to probe The Puppetmaster


(full story at emergingcorruption.com)

NLRB Poster Required By All Employers

All workers shall be requested to unionize


(from sadhillnews.com)

Wade Rathke Knows Leftwing Corruption

It's all a Progressive ACORN-Obama thing


Atrocious Prog Countdown #10

Say it ain't so, Chollie
10. Charlie Rangel’s Circus Of Scandal

The Charlie Rangel scandal went on for two years (and his offenses stretched back far longer than that), but it came to a head in 2010, culminating in a media circus and leading to Rangel’s censure.

(full story at newsrealblog.com)

Fabian, Great Society, Pelosi

On this day: January 4
The Fabian Society is founded in London (1884)

U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaims his 'Great Society' during his State of the Union address (1965)

The 110th U.S. Congress elects Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House (2007)

b: William Colby (1920); d: Albert Camus (1960), Hans Lammers (1962), Erwin Schrödinger (1961)

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