A very easy, effective way to "do your part" is to put up yard signs. You have more influence than you know.
Pick up your signs at Headquarters
by John Carney
That has not happened yet. Four months after the tariffs kicked-in, jobs data shows that metals using businesses have continued to add jobs.
For some, everyone they don’t like is Hitler. For The Capital Times, everyone they don’t like is “a career politician.”
For the second time in less than a month, Your Progressive Voice is labeling Leah Vukmir “a career politician.” The first time might have been just lazy and sloppy. But having been corrected on it, the hyper-partisan Democrat(ic) party spear carrier doubles down on it today.
We’ve pointed out that Leah worked for over 20 years as a certified pediatric nurse practitioner, receiving her nursing degree from Marquette University in 1980 and her master’s degree in nursing from UW Madison in 1983. She was only elected to the legislature in 2002, at age 44. In other words, Leah Vukmir was a working mother. And a nurse, not yet another lawyer. Full Story....HERE
Liberals are so accustomed to getting their way that they cannot control themselves. They fear an era is coming to an end, and they want to prevent this. So before the newly reinforced, John Roberts-led court has heard a case or issued a single ruling, they are already doing everything in their power to delegitimize the institution they once looked upon as almost God.
The Democrats who caused and put on the entire Kavanaugh farce are already promising to abuse their power further, if the voters will only give more of it to them. They are promising a scurrilous impeachment of Kavanaugh, and also to pack the Supreme Court if given the chance. Why? Because they are angry, and they don’t respect the rules and norms of government, and they are not mature or clever enough to wait to reveal this until they have power.
I’ve frequently been asked in the past few weeks what my father, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, would think about the contentious battle just waged over Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the nation’s highest court.
Although I don’t think my father (or anyone) could have predicted the twists and turns of the past several weeks, I don’t think he would have been shocked by the no-holds-barred fight over a Supreme Court vacancy, either. He long ago warned Americans about the excessive intrusion of politics into the judicial appointment process. And he explained that a large share of the blame belongs to the justices themselves. Full Story....Here