GOP Progs Cloak Identity

Actual conservatives threaten BigGov Establishment


Obama Dares GOP: Impeach Me

Lawless Manchurian Moonbat turns U.S. into Banana Republic


Demorrhoid Fail Compilation

But folks also know GOP Progs do not measure-up


Labor-State Fleebaggers At It Again

We don't need no stinkin' democracy
Democrats determined to keep Indiana from becoming the first state in more than a decade to enact worker-choice legislation stymied the beginning of the House session Wednesday and said they planned to stall work indefinitely.

Lawmakers from the state House had last year blocked the bill — which would bar businesses and private unions from mandating that workers pay union fees for representation — through a five-week boycott during which they left the state. That denied Republicans the two-thirds attendance needed to conduct business.
(full story from AP via cnsnews.com)

Benedict Arnold, German Labor, Edward Pease

On this day: January 5
Richmond, Virginia, is burned by British naval forces led by Benedict Arnold (1781)

The Free Committee for a German Workers Peace, which would become the Nazi party, is founded (1918)

Alexander Dubček comes to power: "Prague Spring" begins in Czechoslovakia (1968)

b: Ed Rendell (1944), George Tenet (1953); d: Calvin Coolidge (1933), Edward R. Pease (1955), Tip O'Neill (1994)

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