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US 41 Corridor Could be the Key to Wisconsin Election

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As folks head to the polls today, it could be the evenly split voters in Fox Valley who make the difference. In an article in the Appleton PostCressent, Lawrence University political scientist Arnold Shober said, “Barrett will do wonderfully in Dane County, just like Walker will carry Waukesha and Washington County, but up here in the Fox Valley, we’re truly ...

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Gov. Scott Walker Will Survive

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On June 5th, the battle will be over.  Will citizens of the Badger State vote to keep their ongoing prosperity or revert back to the old policies that drained the state of economic vigor?  Currently, the massive multi-billion dollar budget deficit has been balanced, unemployment is down, and property taxes have decreased for the first time in over ten years. ...

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Are Republicans to Blame for Washington’s Problems?

In a new book entitled “It’s Even Worse Than It Looks”, author Norman Ornstein (described by Yahoo News, a card carrying member of the “progressive” Party Pravda, as a “scholar”), blames Republican for governance problems in Washington DC. Although Ornstein, shows a flicker of willingness to lay part of the blame at the feet of Democrat’s, “progressive” anti-American bias is ...

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Unions and the Fallacy Behind Them

Written November 18, 2011 Generations of people have grown up with the misconceptions that unions are the God’s of the people, by the people for the people. Like the current state of affairs with our government nothing could be further from the truth. Union heads are strong supporters of the current administration with huge contributions to Obama’s campaign. There is ...

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I had a dream. About a Jackbooted Beauty

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This morning I had a dream. About a jackbooted beauty. In the dream I was on a train. An old fashioned passenger car, something like the old steamer engines pulled. Inside the car were many other passengers of higher station than me, Diplomats, Advisors, and Politicians. Along both the sides of the car were couches and private curtained areas. Down ...

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The Successful Desensitization of the American Voter

Of course no good-hearted American wants socialism or communism, but after more than 90 years of progressive desensitization, it’s becoming much more acceptable. In September of 1919, the Communist Party of the United States (CPUS) was formed as a counter to the Socialist Party of America (SPA). CPUS differed with SPA on one critical issue – the strategy to use ...

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“progressive” Reporting on Scott Walker’s Recall Election

There’s so much empty, hateful “progressive” rhetoric in this “article” written by David Chalian it’s truly painful. Scott Walker, Wisconsin governor, braces for recall election, proclaims controversial law is working http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/scott-walker-wisconsin-governor-braces-recall-election-proclaims-120437772.html First Chalian begins his “article” with an openly biased headline (since once must not miss opportunities to repeat the “progressive”–the law is “controversial”–narrative) followed by repeated insinuations regarding Gov. ...

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Who’s Offering Economic Solutions?

Given America’s growing national debt, now in excess of $15 trillion: http://www.usdebtclock.org/ A per capita government debt that’s worse than Greece’s: http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/chart-america-s-capita-government-debt-worse-greece_631797.html Unemployment numbers “officially” listed at 8.5%: http://www.bls.gov/bls/newsrels.htm#OEUS Petroleum prices trending higher, adding pain at the pump for consumers while decreasing money available to them for spending on vital necessities like food and shelter: http://www.livecharts.co.uk/trend_signals/trend_forecast_chart_selector.php?ts=Futures_WI A statement like: “America’s ...

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Obama’s Class Mate Speaks Out!

An email that went viral back in June of 2010 is now making a comeback as we head into the 2012 Presidential elections. In that email we see Mr. Wayne Allyn Root, a college classmate of Obama’s, stating some very strong opinions about just who Barack Hussein Obama really is, his religious beliefs, and his overall ideological agenda. The only changes ...

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Is General Motors Truly Back on Top of Auto World?

General Motors Corporation recently laid claim to being the world’s largest automaker, as headlined in The Detroit News  last month.  “General Motors Co. says it sold more than 9 million cars and trucks worldwide last year — a 7.6 percent increase that allowed the company to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker.” After GM posted it’s profits and sales figures boasting ...

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The Motor City Plunges Off the Greek-Style Debt Cliff

Detroit, Michigan has long been known as the motor city due to it’s being the home of the big-three auto-makers ever since the first mass-produced automobiles rolled off the assembly line of Ford Motor Company.  As the population of America increased and the demand for more automobiles skyrocketed, along with it came massive doses of wealth and prosperity for the Motor City and it’s home ...

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USPS Declines to Extend Contract Talks

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20, 2012  — Today, the United States Postal Service declined to extend collective-bargaining negotiations with the National Association of Letter Carriers, triggering an impasse that will automatically send the matter to mediation under the auspices of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.  If no consensual agreement is reached in a 60-day period of mediation, the issues will be submitted ...

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Keystone XL Pipeline Nixed By Obama Administration

According to reports out today, the Obama administration will reject TransCanada Corp. (TRP)’s Keystone XL oil pipeline. The company will be allowed to file a revised route that avoids an environmentally sensitive area in Nebraska, according to people familiar with the decision. The decision is expected to be officially announced today by the State Department. The project, which crosses six ...

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The 730 Days That Continue to Change the World

After years of fighting, years of spilling our blood and treasure, we finally had our own independent, sovereign country. We were finally free of the shackles of tyranny. So many of our young men lay dead, so much of our property gone, so much of our innocence lost. Yet, we were finally in control of our own destiny. This precious ...

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There Will be Blood in the Streets Today: Beware of D12

Today, Monday Dec. 12th, 2011 Occupiers, Unions, Migrant workers and all around anarchists are planning to shut down every western shipping port in America. If you are not aware of the past history of violent acts perpetuated by those involved in planning this action, Michelle Malkin has their most recent violence well-documented here. For those of you living and/or working ...

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