By A.F. Branco
By A.F. Branco
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By Frank McCaffrey — 2012 has been a big year for film, 2011…not so much. Now the industry is providing support to the left.
By David Nace — Small businesses owners are apparently one of the most misunderstood groups in America. Despite overwhelming respect from the American public, Democrat administrations openly use envy and resentment of small business success to justify enacting legislation that threatens their prosperity. Periodic polling by Rasmussen and other national polling groups shows that small business owners are the most respected profession […]
By Rebekah Rast — The gap of opposing viewpoints between Republicans and Democrats in Congress is closing. The fears of a Tea Party takeover in Congress from the 2010 elections are far gone, and in fact, should now be laughed at. Republicans had their opportunity, as the leading party in the U.S. House of Representatives, to take a stand — […]
By William Warren – It would appear that the U.S. credit rating wasn’t the only thing receiving a downgrade…
The Massachusetts House, which is overwhelmingly composed of Democrats, decisively passed legislation today restricting the health care benefits of public sector employees. This is a major step forward in the battle between state governments and public sector labor union bosses. Americans for Limited Government President (ALG) Bill Wilson issued the following statement praising the actions taken by the Massachusetts House: […]
By Rick Manning – George Soros’ puppet group MoveOn.org, along with the AFL-CIO, SEIU and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and a laundry list of far left groups are staging rallies across the United States to try to stop the tea party/limited government momentum that has surged across the nation. MoveOn’s fear based rallying cry contained […]