Day: January 24, 2015

How bad is it when an uber-Progressive is calling Mitt Romney a born-again Progressive?

David Corn, pretty much far Left as one can get without being BFF with Castro bros (ok, maybe he’s standing between them in that picture over there) is now welcoming Mitt Romney as a brother-in-ideology (reformatted, emphasis mine): It is time for liberals to cheer Mitt Romney. Not because his possible entry into the 2016 …

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Public School Lunch Shaming

During our interview with Rep Victoria Sullivan (Hills 16) this morning, she mentioned a parent finding a note in their child’s lunch box. Here’s the story from Yahoo! Parenting… Dr. and Mrs. Puckett,  The cafeteria reported to me that Alia’s lunch today included 4 chocolate bars, a bag of marshmallows, Ritz crackers and a pickle. …

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GrokTALK! January 24th, 2015 – The Video (er, mostly)

We had ‘Net access problems – they couldn’t hear us, we couldn’t hear them especially during Segment 3 when we were talking with NH State Rep Victoria Sullivan about her bill on objectionable material in schools (and the teachers / administration putting their “morality” ahead of what parents would do).  Even rebooting the modems and …

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GrokTALK! January 24th, 2015 The Podcast!

This week we are joined by Blogger and Podcster Greg Kline from Red Maryland.com; Rep. Victoria Sullivan discusses House Bill 332 (school district policy regarding objectionable course material), Guy Comtios is back with a legislative update, and Jorge Mesa-Tejada schools us on School Budgets     Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and …

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If it weren’t for Government, there’d be no Unions at all, it seems

“The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that membership in a labor organizations had fallen to it lowest level yet, comprising just 11.1 percent of all wage and salary workers.  The number was a modest decline of 0.2 percent from the previous year and continues the movement’s gradual decline over the last few decades. It has dropped …

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Who REALLY gives the raises vs who takes credit for it

It seems everyone can be “big hearted” when it isn’t their own money being spent (emphasis mine) but it is ONLY because of the raw naked force of Government demanding it.  The Left is perfectly fine with both the premise (“why ISN’T it moral to force redistribution?”) and the action (“If you don’t, we’ll either …

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