1.  Dave Bego: Is the Land of Opportunity Vanishing?

2. Wayne Allyn Root: How Obama Would Solve the NFL Labor Crisis

3. Joy Tiz: Libs Are All Muslims Today

4. Kyle Olson: Wisconsin, Ohio Should Take Note of Detroit Leadership

5. Tony Katz: Obamacare Cares Not

6. Stephen Brown: Obama Dithers on Libya No-Fly Zone

 

 

Is the Land of Opportunity Vanishing?

By Dave Bego

 

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Las Vegas for a speaking engagement at the request of the National Private Duty Nurses Association. The purpose was to share the story of my company’s battle with the SEIU and how its experiences and strategies, as chronicled in The Devil at My Doorstep, could be utilized by the association’s members to prepare and defend against ruthless SEIU corporate campaigns, which had already begun against some of  its member companies Unfortunately, too many idealists, liberals and big labor bosses don’t understand the basic principle of self determination. Instead, they wish to transform our country into a socialistic state where sameness and redistribution of wealth are the objectives despite the fact socialistic policies create more poverty. [more...]

 

 

How Obama Would Solve the NFL Labor Crisis

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

Some are now suggesting that President Obama get involved in the NFL strike talks. Based on his lifetime body of work, here is how I predict Obama will settle the NFL labor crisis: Like ”Cap and Trade,” Obama will produce scientists to declare that football is a dangerous sport threatening the health and welfare of the players. He’ll then pass “Helmet and Trade” legislation putting government in control of football – setting salaries for players, prices for fans, and giving new powers to the NFL players union. [more...]

 

 

Libs Are All Muslims Today

By Joy Tiz

 

The White House is quick to defend the only religion liberals recognize as legitimate in preparation for congressional hearings on Islamic radicalization in America. Liberals show no such tolerance toward Christianity, but tirelessly defend the rights of terrorists as long as they remember to shout “allahu akbar” at some point during their killing rampages. Rep. Peter King of New York wants to study the reasons why young people are turning themselves into jihadis at such a terrifying rate.  Rather than applaud King’s efforts to combat extremism, those much-lauded “moderates” are pitching a collective hissy fit. [more...]

 

 

Wisconsin, Ohio Should Take Note of Detroit Leadership

By Kyle Olson

 

Since 2009, the day-to-day management of Detroit Public Schools has been under the auspices of Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb. He was appointed by former Gov. Jennifer Granholm to right the ship that is DPS.  It had already struck the iceberg, and Bobb was tasked with not only ensuring it didn’t sink, but that it wouldn’t drag the whole state down with it. During Bobb’s brief tenure, DPS is already showing signs of improvement. He has slashed the budget, gotten rid of some of the worst teachers and increased the graduation rate by nearly three percent. DPS has a very long way to go, but there’s finally a sense that things are improving. [more...]

 

 

Obamacare Cares Not

By Tony Katz

 

The promise of Obamacare was touted by leftists, Democrats and Obama himself as the salvation of a nation. The move towards socialized medicine was going to provide “care” to million of uninsured Americans, even if it means to disrupt the coverage of many more millions of Americans who currently choose their own insurance carriers. From its inception, Obamacare (it’s official title is the Affordable Care Act) was wrought with problems for companies and employers across the country.  Obamacare would have an immediate, negative impact.  It would lead to massive layoffs, it would lead to bankruptcies… and companies like McDonald’s required a waiver from the effects of Obamacare, or it would have to layoff 30,000 employees. [more...]

 

 

Obama Dithers on Libya No-Fly Zone

By Stephen Brown

 

What started out in Libya a few weeks ago as street protests by people demanding jobs, an end to political oppression and a fair share of oil revenues is developing into a bloody, full-scale civil war. The rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces both experienced successes and reverses over the weekend as back-and-forth battles continued to rage across the North African country. Rebel forces recaptured the oil town of Ras Ranuf but had their advance halted when they were ambushed and pushed out of Bin Jawaad. Pro-Gaddafi troops attacked several rebel-held points, including the city of Zawiyah, which they had failed to capture last Friday. But like Friday’s attack, the Zawiyah offensive was also reported a failure. [more...]

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