1. John LeBoutillier on Campaign Confidential Tonight

2. Dave Bego: Rogue NLRB Derailed?

3. Joseph Klein: Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

4. Doug Johnson: Have Politicians Who Support Mitt Romney Sold Out the Conservative Cause?

5. Christopher Markowski: Super Aftermath

 

 

Watch SUPER TUESDAY coverage tonight with the CAMPAIGN CONFIDENTIAL team of Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and John LeBoutillier – along with many other guests – as they analyze the results LIVE from the eleven states that hold primaries and caucuses. Log on to: http://live.foxnews.com - 7:45 – 11:00pm ET tonight.

 

 

Rogue NLRB Derailed?

By Dave Bego

 

Obama’s Rogue NLRB, driven by Chairperson Mark Pearce, has encountered serious roadblocks the past several weeks in its continued attempt to achieve EFCA through the backdoor. Obama and the Big Labor bosses attempted end run around Congress entails creation of new regulations such as the “Posting Rule” requiring employers to post notices of employee rights under the NLRA in the workplace, and “Quickie” Elections, substantially reducing the timeframe during which elections are conducted for the purpose of eliminating the employer’s ability to educate its workforce. These regulations would assist Big Labor in prosecuting corporate campaigns, which are no more than an onerous attempt to force employers to sign a neutrality agreement (which implements card check provisions) and bypass secret ballot elections for employees. [more...]

 

 

Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

By Joseph Klein

 

President Obama took the stage on Sunday morning March 4th at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference to deliver proof of his unwavering support for Israel. He declared to AIPAC’s fervent pro-Israel audience that his commitment to Israel’s security has been unprecedented. “When the chips are down, I have Israel’s back,” he said. But the president’s assurances ring hollow with those familiar with the actual historical record of the administration’s treatment of the Jewish State – a record amply outlined by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin in the Freedom Center’s pamphlet, “Obama and the War Against the Jews.” The president’s latest twisted representation of his “pro-Israel” administration, therefore, is in need of untwisting. [more...]

 

 

Have Politicians Who Support Mitt Romney Sold Out the Conservative Cause?

By Doug Johnson

 

Romney is no conservative and you’re fooling yourself if you think he is.  Those politicians who are supporting him need to be held accountable and we should be wary of them because of their lack of sound judgment. Quite a number of politicians are supporting Mitt Romney.  Some are obvious moderate Republicans (i.e., John McCain, George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole) and should not be considered credible by voters when it comes to conservatism.  But some have even been conservative favorites.  Politicians such as Jan Brewer, Nikki Haley, and Eric Cantor have fallen for the fallacy that is Romney’s candidacy.  Their support for Mr. Romney is giving some voters pause and making them wonder if they should support these candidates any longer.  The answer might very well be NO. [more...]

 

 

Super Aftermath

By Christopher Markowski

 

Endorsements, polls, favorites and not so favorites… Keep your seatbelts on! It’s been a long campaign and no one knows exactly when it is going to end. This Super Tuesday, the race for the nominee may not end but will surely give us an idea of the feeling approaching the deciding line. Christopher Markowski will discuss the results, the new dynamics, and analyze the capacity of each candidate’s plan for the economy.

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