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Unions battle for survival in key strongholds as court cases challenge forced dues

So Illinois has had about enough of the Public Employee Unions as well. It’s about time. Illinois has granted them pensions which cannot ever be funded, Illinois simply can’t raise the money. This is what always happens when a union ‘negotiates’ with a body that is not spending its own money. Even FDR, no friend […]

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Why is localism important? | AECR

View image | gettyimages.com For us as Americans there is nothing new or novel about what is stated here. We are inclined to refer to it by its third name: Federalism. And as such it is one of the principles our founders used to help us maintain our freedom. It’s interesting, I think, that one […]

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DFL hates miners

Betty McCollum just submitted a bill that would kill mining in northern Minnesota: Voyageurs National Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness would be protected from some mining under legislation being introduced in Congress this week. U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, a Democrat who represents Minnesota’s 4th District, said her bill would bar new federal […]

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Bill Whittle on Mandatory 16 year Old Voting

Well, it just keeps getting more insane doesn’t it? This time we get two really stupid ideas packaged together, no extra charge from our ‘betters’. I don’t know about you but, I wasn’t a particularly responsible voter at eighteen. Neither were my friends, we had other things on our minds, mostly girls. :) But at […]

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The Ties That Bind, and Some We Should Refuse

EU spends millions to make next Facebook European http://t.co/Flzr9KntZh YOU CAN STICK IT WHERE THE SUN DON’T SHINE. WE ARE THE ANGLOSPHERE. — Sue (@English_Woman) April 3, 2015 She’s right, of course but, Why? Well to start with because there is government money involved the government(s) will become the gatekeeper, with still another layer of […]

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RFRA, Religious Liberty, Republicans, and Kristallnacht

I suppose I should write a bit about the furore in Indiana and Arkansas about their state Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The whole mass is distasteful, grotesque, reminiscent of fascism and several other -ism’s, not to mention despicable. But rather than tell you all about it, I’m simply going to give you a few excerpts of […]

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