1. Dave Bego: Corporate Campaigns: Vehicle to Forced Unionism and Political Payback

2. Joseph Klein: Kagangate: A Cover-up of Obamacare Conflict-of-Interest?

3. John LeBoutillier: A Bubbling Cauldron of Passion

4. Joy Tiz: Hope and Change Come to Egypt



Corporate Campaigns: Vehicle to Forced Unionism and Political Payback

By Dave Bego


Let’s call a spade a spade. Corporate Campaigns, the targeting of businesses by labor unions, exists for one reason and one reason only – to rescue the Gasping Dinosaurs that are today’s labor unions, thereby assuring continued power for certain politicians through labor’s massive political contributions. Despite the disingenuous claims of labor unions and their supporters during the campaigns for the need to protect the worker and to provide “social justice,” the true reason for the use of such campaigns is to allow Big Labor bosses the opportunity to take advantage of past NLRB decisions that allow for mutual consent between unions and employers so as to circumvent the secret ballot election in organizational recognition campaigns. [more...]



Kagangate: A Cover-up of Obamacare Conflict-of-Interest?

By Joseph Klein


Judicial Watch and the Media Research Center have obtained potentially explosive e-mails that could prove Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan provided misleading answers during her Senate confirmation hearings when she said she had no involvement as U.S. Solicitor General in any strategizing over how to defend the health care reform law known as Obamacare. Whether or not she had any such involvement is crucial in determining whether she must recuse herself from cases dealing with the constitutionality of Obamacare. Moreover, if the evidence does establish Kagan’s involvement as Solicitor General, Justice Kagan may have violated federal law governing recusals. That is because she evidently decided to participate in the decision of the Supreme Court in April 2011 not to “fast-track” for Supreme Court review Virginia’s lawsuit challenging Obamacare. [more...]



A Bubbling Cauldron of Passion

By John LeBoutillier


Today’s Right – Republican, Tea Party and conservative voters (together these voting groups constitute probably more than 40% of the nation today) – are teeming with so much emotion that they want to explode in November 2012. Anger, fear, resentment, disgust and disillusionment over the economy, the direction of the nation, the occupant of the White House, the media’s kid-gloves treatment of him, and the entire political culture of the country – are churning inside the Right. But, understand this: today’s Right is not the same Right of the last twenty years. [more...]



Hope and Change Come to Egypt

By Joy Tiz


Part of Obama’s incoherent Middle East policy was the ouster of our long time ally, Hosni Mubarak.  Obama couldn’t get rid of him fast enough.  Too many conservatives should have known better than to celebrate Egypt’s make believe quest for democracy.  Obama’s influence on Egypt, like his influence on the United States, has had devastating consequences. Egyptians no longer feel secure and are vulnerable to wild promises made by the Muslim Brotherhood; the heir apparent to power. [more...]

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