Mark Dice Takes On #Occupy

Anti-socialist critic gets up-in-their-face


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

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Obama's Ugly H8 For Secret Ballots

We can't wait for more P2P-fueled job-killing executive decrees
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) finds itself in the news again as a federal court ruled that its lawsuit against the states of Arizona and South Dakota can move ahead.

The heinous crime committed by these states (along with South Carolina and Utah, which are not being sued) that drew the ire of the NLRB? The people of these states had the audacity to overwhelmingly vote in favor of state constitutional amendments last November that ensures workers secret ballot union elections.

That’s right; our federal government is suing states because they want to protect their citizens’ right to one of the most fundamental of all American principles — the ability to keep their vote secret.

In the what’s-up-is-down world of the Obama Administration, protecting the secret ballot election when deciding whether workers want to unionize brings the hammer of an NLRB lawsuit down upon you.

After all, their Big Labor political allies just spent hundreds of millions of dollars seeking to convince Congress to allow them to shelve secret ballot elections all together, so after failing that, it is only logical that the Obama NLRB would sue states that protected them.
(full story at oaoa.com)

Nice Work If You Can Get It

Good times for Forced-Labor State union bigs
These may be tough financial times for teachers, but not for some of their union bosses. Recent tax returns, confirmed by the state's largest teachers union, reveal just how much its president and his fellow officers are making per year.

According to a published report confirmed by New York State United Teachers (NYSUT), its President, Richard Iannuzzi, was paid a salary of $240,180 in 2009. With benefits, his total compensation was $345,987. At least four other NYSUT officers reportedly earned salaries above $200,000 with total compensation close to, or above, $300,000.
(full story at wgrz.com)

Jobless In The Obama Era

Four more years needed to complete unfinished business


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Harmful Obamanomic Surge

Fundamental transformation thrusts U.S. deeper in bankruptcy
The U.S. Treasury Department said on Monday it will sharply increase its estimated borrowing over the next two quarters due to expected lower receipts and higher outlays.

Treasury said it expects to issue $305 billion in net marketable debt for the October-December quarter, an increase of about $21 billion from estimates issued on Aug. 1.

Treasury said it expected to issue $541 billion in net marketable debt securities in the January-March 2012 quarter, marking the second-highest quarter on record.
(from Reuters via cnbc.com)

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Chongro, Peace Corps, Obama-Corzine

On this day: November 1
The official North Korean newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, is first published under the name Chongro (1945)

While campaigning for President, Sen. John F. Kennedy announces his idea of the Peace Corps (1960)

President Barack Obama travels to Camden and Newark, New Jersey to support the reelection campaign of Governor Jon Corzine (2009)

d: Theodore Alvin Hall (1999)

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