Obama’s income equality push is a dangerous path

By Rick Manning You can’t turn on a talking head program these days without someone decrying income inequality.  The talking points are everywhere, even reaching the Sundance Film Festival where some of the nation’s one percenters decried the disparity. Congressional Democrats, desperate for something to talk about besides their failing Obamacare law, are urgently trying to change the subject to […]

Is your data on Healthcare.gov secure?

By Tom Toth It’s been well-documented that the Obamacare enrollment site Healthcare.gov has been a massive technological failure following its October 1 launch. The site has quickly become the brunt-end of joking and scorn amongst political pundits and tech savvy webmasters. Many commentators have alluded to the site’s problems and difficulties as a foreshadow of the eventual failure of the […]

Power to tax and destroy

By Rick Manning Tax reform is likely to be one of the hot button topics in the months ahead as politicians on both sides of the aisle grapple with how to make the federal income tax system, flatter, fairer and less complicated. The tax code itself has been altered, fixed, reformed, flattened, expanded and criticized since it was created in […]

Upcoming United Nations Summit Repackages Global Warming Agenda Under the Guise of “Sustainability”

By Kevin Mooney — Suddenly the concept of “sustainability” is very much in vogue in the run-up to yet another United Nations climate conference scheduled for June. But the idea that life on earth can only be sustained by limiting population growth is not new, it has actually been around for some time. “The power of population is indefinitely greater […]

Tea Party Republicans Who Challenge Green Policies Rile the New York Times

By Kevin Mooney — Republican Lawmakers are standing up to green pressure groups at the state level and The New York Times is getting nervous. The action in Maine, Florida and North Carolina has attracted media scrutiny because it demonstrates that Tea Party activists are exerting influence in an area that was previously dominated by leftists. Property owners and business owners […]

Organized Labor, Green Groups Well Positioned to Advance Policy Goals Through Shareholder Activism, Inspector General Report Shows

By Kevin Mooney — Without additional transparency and tighter enforcement of proxy-voting requirements, publicly-held companies could be pressured into accommodating political agendas that are detached from the economic interests of retirement funds, according to a U.S. Department of Labor Inspector General audit released in March. Since average Americans are reliant upon retirement plans that invest in corporate stock, they are […]

How The Nature Conservancy Secures Government Land Grabs

By Kevin Mooney – What began as a benign effort to allow financially strapped property owners to receive tax benefits in exchange for specified development rights, has morphed into a government land grab. The chief culprit here is The Nature Conservancy (TNC), a well-funded 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1951 that is closely partnered with the federal government. TNC is […]

Stealing the American Dream

By Rebekah Rast – The Singh/Kaur family came to America from India in hopes of a better life and increased opportunity. The family settled in New York and has since run two gas stations in the West Harlem neighborhood of Manhattanville. For 25 years the family worked around the clock to maintain its stations and even installed a car wash […]

America’s Land Grab

By Rebekah Rast – Do you remember the folksy song “This Land is Your Land”? This land is your land, this land is my land From California to the New York Island From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters This land was made for you and me. Well, if you head west you will quickly realize that much […]

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