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Union Membership Plummets

It’s not your dad’s union anymore. The strength of the unions during the 50’s or 80’s is long gone. The nation’s labor unions suffered sharp declines in membership last year, led by losses among public sector workers in financially struggling states and municipalities. According to the Bureau of Labor union rates are at the lowest level since the 1930’s. Union ...

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Pastor disparages GOP, describes Obama as Moses in pre-inauguration message

Barack Obama and family attended a service at Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church just before privately taking his oath of office to begin his second term Sunday. In itself, that fact scarcely bears repeating. The content of the pastor’s message, however, provides a distinct insight into the psyche of Obama’s sycophantic followers. After years of hearing Rev. Jeremiah Wright spew ...

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Taxpayer-funded promotion of Islam draws criticism

While Christians continue to see their freedom of expression limited if not completely erased by extreme leftists in the legal and political realms, taxpayers are funding an extensive Islamic outreach program coordinated by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Disregarding the fact America is trillions of dollars in the hole, the left has long decried almost any outward embrace of ...

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Bank of America refutes claims that it refuses to honor debit/credit card purchases of ammo and guns

Bank of America has issued this statement refuting the earlier report that they were refusing charges for firearms-related items: Betty Riess, a Bank of America spokeswoman, told The Daily Caller Wednesday afternoon that Stemick was given incorrect information. “That’s not accurate,” Riess said. A Bank of America customer calls Customer Service and gets it straight from the horses mouth! At ...

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Taking Cue From Obama, Nigeria Plans Big Phone Giveaway

Remember this lady? She and her friends were going to vote for Obama because he was giving out free phones. Of course, the Democratic party did not buy phones from her but did it matter? She got a phone and she was voting for the guy who got it for her. Today the BBC is reporting that a political party ...

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The Obama Effect: Another Touted Business Closes

At a January 2012 jobs forum President Obama talked about the opportunities for new businesses to grow and expand here in the United States. In particular the president highlighted a new manufacturing company based in North Carolina. Lincolnton Furniture was praised for bringing jobs back to the United States. Lincolnton owner Bruce Cochrane even sat next to the first lady ...

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Senate opens last session of the year with no ‘Cliff’ deal

Harry Reid opened the last Senate session of 2012 telling the American public that no deal has yet been reached by saying “some issues are left to be resolved.” Sen. Majority Leader Reid had said yesterday that he had hoped to be announcing a deal at today’s opening. V.P. Joe Biden and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) had been ...

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Dodging a Bullet; Congress Works to Avert Milk Spike

It appears congress may find enough votes and keep the farm bill alive for another year. Apparently, the angst caused by the idea of $8 per gallon milk over the Christmas family table was enough to motivate bipartisan action within the agriculture committee of both the House and Senate. The current farm bill, passed in 2008, expired in September. If  ...

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Delivery driver demoted for fighting off robbers

Just weeks after a colleague was the victim of an armed robbery, a pizza delivery driver in Maryland was confronted by a gang of five would-be robbers and punched in the face. Thinking quickly, the man retrieved a fiberglass tent pole and began fending off the group of hoodlums. Two of the five teens have since been arrested and face ...

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Shop threatened for selling candy cigarettes, gum

A Minnesota retailer recently got an unwelcome visit from a Department of Safety and Inspection official who threatened the owner with a $500 fine for selling candy. The small shop – which features a retro soda fountain and specializes in old-fashioned candies – kept products such as Big League Chew, candy cigarettes and bubble gum cigars on its shelves in ...

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PETA targets town’s New Year’s tradition

For about 20 years, residents of a small North Carolina town have welcomed each new year with an unorthodox substitute for the iconic New York City ball drop. Slowly lowering a plexiglass box containing a live marsupial, locals look forward to the yearly “Opossum Drop” celebration. Leave it to the dunderheads associated with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ...

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Meet The Press Anchor Breaks Law To Embarrass NRA With High-Capacity Clip

Just how important was it for David Gregory, NBC Meet the Press anchor to break a gun law to embarrass NRA on Sunday’s show? It was not enough for Gregory to continue to badger NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre, into submitting to points that a New Assault Weapon Ban would work when the expired ban had not. According to the Washington ...

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Auto maker fires chaplain to appease non-Christians

After spending the past decade guiding and counseling employees of luxury car manufacturer Bentley, a Christian chaplain was unceremoniously fired in an apparent attempt to avoid offending those of other faiths. To add insult to the dismissal, Bentley let the reverend go just days before Christmas. “It is just beyond belief,” the chaplain said, explaining his role was not limited to helping ...

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