1. Dave Bego: Big Labor Bosses Demonstrate Why RTW is Necessary – Shame on Them!

2. Christopher Markowski: Florida GOP Primary

3. James Hirsen: SAG Awards Boost ‘The Help’ to Oscar Front-runner Status

4. Wayne Allyn Root: How My Child Went from Home School to Harvard… and Yours Can, Too

 

 

Big Labor Bosses Demonstrate Why RTW is Necessary – Shame on Them!

By Dave Bego

 

Shame on Big Labor Bosses! For years they have used the tactic of “shame” in an effort to pressure, bully and demonize employers who might stand against their efforts. They have used “shame” in their efforts to misinform the public – to create a misperception that their target is guilty of an unconscionable act and should bear the scarlet letter of these acts. These attacks have been not just against the targeted employer, but against anyone who might oppose them, including the employer’s customers and advertisers, non-union employees, even their own membership if it suits their purposes. Recently, Big Labor has taken the weapon of “shame” to the political arena, both in Wisconsin and now in Indiana. [more...]

 

 

Florida GOP Primary

 

Christopher Markowski, who resides and broadcasts from Florida, will be available to discuss and analyze the results of the Florida GOP primary, that some are characterizing as the nastiest in history and how the result will affect the future of the GOP election. Christopher Markowski is known as the “Watchdog on Wall Street,” a political and economic expert and nationally syndicated radio talk show host. He has appeared on FOX News, FOX Business and CNN discussing top political and economic headlines facing the nation.  Watch Chris on Fox & Friends.

 

 

SAG Awards Boost ‘The Help’ to Oscar Front-runner Status

By James Hirsen

 

The 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards have significantly improved the Oscar prospects for the popular movie “The Help.” The film tells a story about the civil rights movement of the 1960s from an African-American maid’s point of view. It has now been propelled to an Oscar favorite, along with the movie “The Artist,” after winning in key categories at the SAG Awards. [more...]

 

 

How My Child Went from Home School to Harvard… and Yours Can, Too

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

America is in shambles from sea to shining sea.  Unemployment is nearly at Great Depression levels.  The real estate market is still weak and near collapse.  And, of course, our U.S. Triple-A credit rating is gone for the first time in history.  But this is National School Choice Week and all of that terrible economic news is child’s play compared to our failing government-run education system.  The failure of our public school system condemns millions of young Americans to a future with no hope, no advancement, no good jobs, perhaps no jobs at all.  Yet through all this doom and gloom, there is a ray of hope – a story of remarkable educational success.  “Homeschool to Harvard” is my own story of how my daughter, Dakota Root was home-schooled by her small businessman dad and devoted Christian homemaker mom right here in Las Vegas.  And the results are nothing short of amazing. [more...]

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