Atlas Shrugged At Barack Obama

Unexpected relevance bursts from iconic libertarian tome, part 1


Meet #Occupy H8ful Violent Nationalism

Obama-endorsed Left airs its ugliest traditions in #OWS

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Angela Davis Boots On For Obama

WH dispatches iconic Prog surrogates for 2012 GOTV


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Obama WH Mollifies #OWS Left

GOP is typically blind to division among opponents
The newest poll about the 2012 presidential election says one-third of Democrats and independents who lean to the left side of the field are unhappy with Barack Obama as the party's standard-bearer and are looking for some new faces to enter the race.

The startling results are from the newest WND/Wenzel Poll conducted by Wenzel Strategies. The telephone survey was conducted Oct. 22-25 and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6 percentage points.

Responding to a question about how satisfied they are with Obama as the nominee, only 55 percent said they were very satisfied. Another 24 percent said they were somewhat satisfied, but that group apparently started falling away quickly, because fully one-third (35 percent) said that would "prefer that someone else enter the race" for the nomination.
(from wnd.com)

Meet SEIU Obamunist John Sweeney

WH awarded coveted Medal of Freedom to iconic union thug
Don’t miss FrontPage’s other Union Gangsters profiles featuring Craig Becker, Richard Trumka, Stephen Lerner, Andy Stern, Jimmy Hoffa Jr. and Daniel De Leon.

Like so many of his fellow union leaders, John Sweeney is more than willing to adopt thuggish tactics to get his way.

Sweeney grew up in a labor family with a father who was a New York City bus driver and a mother who worked as a maid. In 1957, he got his first union job with the International Ladies Garment Workers Union [ILGWU]. Three years he joined the New York City Local 32B of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), working his way up to president of the organization in 1980. During his stint as SEIU president, which lasted until 1995, Sweeney implemented the kind of aggressive tactics that have since been adopted by other unions. Such tactics included planned stoppages of traffic in major cities, and the beginning of “corporate campaigning,” which consists of coordinated intimidation strategies designed to destroy a company’s reputation if it does not accede to union demands.

After leaving the SEIU, Sweeney served as president of the powerful American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) from 1995 to 2009. Serving with him was Secretary-Treasurer Richard Trumka and Executive Vice President Linda Chavez-Thompson. The trio called itself the “New Voice,” and the first indication of where that voice intended to take the union occurred during the 1995 campaign when Sweeney refused to repudiate civil disobedience as an organizing tactic. At his inaugural address, Sweeney remained true to that prospect. “We will use old-fashioned mass demonstrations, as well as sophisticated corporate campaigns to make workers’ rights the civil rights issue of the 1990s,” he promised.
(full story at frontpagemag.com)

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Get Some Settlement Money

Sunny takes on lamestream bombshell assertion


Bolsheviks Win, A.C. Townley, PBS

On this day: November 7
The New Republic magazine is published (1914)

In Petrograd, Bolshevik leaders Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky lead revolutionaries in overthrowing the Provisional Government (1917)

President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, establishing PBS (1967)

President Barack Obama signs an executive order establishing the Council on Veterans Employment (2009)

b: Leon Trotsky (1879), Albert Camus (1913); d: A.C. Townley (1959), Alexander Dubček (1992)

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