Remember The Cornhusker Kickback

U.S. Sen. Ben Nelson faces the music


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

Bonus links:
Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
AlinskyDefeater's Blog
Rules for Radicals at amazon.com
Rules for Radical Conservatives at at amazon.com

SEIU Corruption Nets Blago 14 Years

Illinois Gov. takes the fall for Obama, cronies


Related video:
Meet Barack Obama (D-SEIU)

Obama Blind To Our Prog Century

Failed WH regurgitates The Square Deal
We don’t know exactly who this Ed Dionne Jr. moron is. But it is seems safe to assume - based upon this article - that he is an unabashed fan of the sorts of economic fascism that always seems to usurp power/property from the people . . . and somehow lands that power/property squarely in the hands of the government and their cronies.

Take for example his paraphrasing of Dear Leader paraphrasing Teddy Roosevelt: “that the free market has never been a free license to take whatever you can from whomever you can.”

The only problem with this thinking is that it is wrong. At least so far as concerns us today. The free market was abolished nearly a century ago. And in those nearly hundred years it has been government that has taken whatever they want and whenever they wanted it.
(from ihatethemedia.com)

Bamboozler Hoodwinks GOP Oppo

Union-dense lamestreams in service to The Cause


62 Arrested In #Occupy DC

Rainbow of distrust colors SEIU, Obama


AFL-CIO, Łódź, Clinton-NAFTA

On this day: December 8
The American Federation of Labor is founded in Columbus, Ohio (1886)

The U.S. Congress passes a declaration of war against Japan (1941)

Gas vans are first used as a means of execution, at the Chelmno extermination camp near Łódź in Poland (1941)

The leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine sign an agreement dissolving the Soviet Union and establishing the Commonwealth of Independent States (1991)

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is signed into law by U.S. President Bill Clinton (1993)

b: Mikhail Kasyanov (1957); d: John Lennon (1980)

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