Baracko Hope Fading

O-Camp zombies party like it's 2008


America's lost generation

Since Jan. 2009, the labor force participation rate of college graduates has dropped significantly — from 77.6 percent to 75.5 percent today. That may not seem like much, but it represents more than 1.34 million graduates who should have entered the labor force upon graduation, but did not.

Add to that another 1.96 million youths with some college or an associate’s degree who should have entered the labor force but have not, and suddenly in just three-and-a-half years, 3.3 million Americans have left college and already given up on looking for work it’s so bad out there.

That is a rate of 75,340 a month joining America’s lost generation, or 904,000 a year.
(full story at netrightdaily.com)

What Could Go Wrong With Communism?

Does CP-USA endorsement mean that Baracko H8s the U.S.A.?


Obama's Communist Party Endorsement

The point here is not to accuse Obama of guilt by association. The endorsement of communists does not prove him a communist.

The interesting question, however, is this: why does the CPUSA, in speaking to its own members, urge them to support Obama by citing the very policies and decisions that Obama himself is most proud of?

The answer is as unavoidable as it is straightforward: the Communist Party regards Barack Obama's signature achievements and defining principles as consistent with, and conducive to, its own defining goal -- namely, the establishment of a socialist workers' state in America.

And of course, as America's official defenders of the Marxist flame, they certainly know whereof they speak. Their belief is quite correct, and conservatives ought to be happy to help them make their case.
(full story at americanthinker.com)

Baracko Mired In Middle Class War

Ugly, envy-based class warfare from Prog WH poisons U.S.


Simón Bolívar, Occupy Rome, Huey Long

On this day: September 10
Simón Bolívar is named President of Peru (1823)

Austria and the Allies sign the Treaty of Saint-Germain recognizing the independence of Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia (1919)

German forces begin their occupation of Rome (1943)

Last execution by Guillotine in France (1977)

b: Otto Strasser (1897), Max Shachtman (1904), Miguel Serrano (1917); d: Huey Long (1935)

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