By: Brian Sikma
Video shot by an undercover tracker at a California fundraiser earlier this year features Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) touting the fact that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may use executive orders to restrict gun rights if she wins November’s presidential election. Feingold is running to recapture his old senate seat this fall after Wisconsin voters booted him from office in 2010. Full Story....Here
If Hillary Clinton is elected president, she will seek to move the country in the same hard-left direction as Barack Obama. This article focuses on seven Clinton policy priorities that will have the most devastating impact on the American people.
MADISON, Wis. — You know that big expose last week by ultra-liberal publication The Nation, the one with the headline screaming, “Wisconsin Is Systematically Failing to Provide the Photo IDs Required to Vote in November”? The one the mainstream media eagerly sucked up?
Well it turns out the story is missing a lot of facts, if not twisting the truth of an exchange between an alleged photo ID applicant, his left-wing activist pal, and front-line employees at the state Division of Motor Vehicles. Full Story....Here
The November meeting has been changed to November 8 for election coverage. Plan on attending to watch election results with fellow Republicans.
Main dish and drinks will be provided but please bring a dish to pass.
by DENNIS PRAGER
Don’t concede this election, conservatives.
Regarding Donald Trump’s private sexual comments: We are living through a national hysteria. To understand how and why, it is necessary to understand the indispensable role hysteria plays on the left. The Left is always in major crisis mode. And in nearly every case, the crisis is wildly exaggerated or simply false — in other words, hysteria. Full Story....Here
A famous economist once told me that any sound economic principle works “in the land of two” and if it doesn't, then it is an unsound principle. I have kept that idea with me ever since and it makes economics – real economics – easy to understand and apply. Full Story....Here
By Dan Jones
In 1958, New York City mayor Robert F. Wagner, Jr. issued an executive order that permitted municipal employees to be represented by unions for collective bargaining. This order came to be called the “little Wagner act,” not because it was insignificant (its effects would be vast), but because it followed the “big” Wagner act, the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 authored by the mayor’s father, United States senator Robert F. Wagner, Sr. Full Story....Here