Bobby Jindal beats Eric Holder, Obama

By Tom Toth Since 2008, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s reform efforts to give the opportunity of an excellent education to each student through school vouchers have hit Democrats in the most damaging way possible: Success. As of the fall semester in 2013, roughly 8,000 Louisiana students in families with economic hardship are attending scholarship schools through the state’s voucher program […]

Barack Obama’s agenda may be finished in 2014

By Tom Toth If the president thought this last year was bad, he may want to take some time on his Hawaiian Christmas vacation to sit down and consider that his best days in office are most likely behind him. The months between now and November 2014 may be the last before his presidency–at least legislatively–is effectively over. The sixth […]

Obamacare manipulation grant sheds light on left’s media brainwashing

By Rick Manning ESPN’s  GameDay show made a November appearance on the downtown Los Angeles campus of the University of Southern California prior to the Trojans football game against the Stanford Cardinal. The outcome of the game is unimportant, except that SC’s victory knocked the Cardinal (color not bird) out of any talk for a national title. The reason the […]

Are millennials really dumping Obama?

By Robert Romano When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Such may be the case with a recent study by the Harvard University Institute for Politics receiving much attention that found 54 percent of those aged 18 to 29 disapprove of Barack Obama’s job performance of president. It found further that about 57 percent disapprove of […]

Government shutdown: Deciding What’s Best for Young Americans

By Tom Toth Young Americans seem to have been saddled with a raw deal. If you’ve recently graduated from college or soon plan to, you may not even remember the political debate surrounding the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. Whether you do or not, few of us following the conversation of socialized healthcare in 2010 could have imagined […]

Harry Reid blocks cancer funding for kids

By Tom Toth CNN: “But if [by funding the National Institutes for Health] you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn’t you do it?” REID: “Why would we want to do that?” This video shows the Senate Majority Leader saying those words in response to a question from a CNN’s Dana Bash on the House’s offer to fund […]

GAO Report Overlooks Key Figures that Show Younger Workers with Higher Unemployment Than Older Workers

By Kevin Mooney — Contrary to some of the key findings included within a new U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, unemployment is actually much worse among younger workers than older workers, according to recent congressional testimony. The GAO report recommends that lawmakers intervene on behalf of older Americans who have been out of work. Congress should offer temporary wages […]

Gov. Jindal To Campaign on Behalf of School Choice Candidates as Part of His Re-Election Effort

By Kevin Mooney — Louisiana school board candidates who favor vouchers and oppose tenure are expected to receive a boost from Gov. Bobby Jindal, who is up for re-election this fall, and a new political action committee. Jindal has been an ardent proponent of school choice initiatives, which puts him at odds with the teachers unions. All eight of the […]

Union Campaigns Against Fast Food Industry Should Concern Young Workers and Consumers

By Kevin Mooney — Younger workers who are concentrated in fast food restaurants and coffee shops could find themselves out of work in a few months, if union organization efforts continue to catch on nationally. Several Starbucks locations have already succumbed to the demands set by a highly aggressive, anti-capitalist outfit known as the Industrial Workers of the Word (IWW), […]

NYT Should Also Report on Folly of Minimum Wage Laws in U.S. After Exposing S. Africa’s Job Killing Policies

By Kevin Mooney — What may be economically unsound is often politically expedient, which helps to explain why government agencies continue to mandate job-killing minimum wage laws.  Self-described champions of the poor who advance these policies are rarely called out for their perfidy in the news media, which often sympathizes with intrusive public policy schemes. That’s why a front page […]

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