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    Breaking: Wisconsin Passes Right To Work Legislation

    by  • 6 March, 2015 • Politics • 0 Comments

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    Union buster… Madison, Wis. — Wisconsin lawmakers voted Friday to make their state the 25th to enact right-to-work legislation, pushing a fast-tracked bill through the Assembly after an overnight debate and sending it on to Gov. Scott Walker for his promised signature. The Republican governor, a likely 2016 presidential candidate who rose to national...

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    Harry Reid Accused Of Cronyism, Influence Peddling

    by  • 5 March, 2015 • Crime, Politics • 1 Comment


    Gee, you don’t say… Corporate donors to a green energy nonprofit operated by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s (D., Nev.) former staffers and a current campaign operative have received billions of dollars in federal loan guarantees and grant money as a result of Reid’s advocacy. Fulcrum Bioenergy began contributing to the Clean Energy Project...

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    Jihadi John Family Collected $600,000 In British Welfare

    by  • 4 March, 2015 • Crime, Culture, Politics • 1 Comment

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    The wages of multiculturalism… Jihadi John and his asylum-seeking family have milked the British benefits system for 20 years, the Mail can reveal today. Housing the Islamic State executioner and his relatives in affluent parts of London has cost taxpayers up to £400,000. One landlord said Mohammed Emwazi’s family were ‘parasites’ and ‘tenants from...

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    Texas Town Fires It’s Cops, Crime Drops 61%

    by  • 4 March, 2015 • Crime, Politics • 3 Comments

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    Unbridled authority breeds contempt… A Texas town has proven that there is a solution to out of control cops after it replaced the entire police department with private security officers and saw a remarkable drop in crime by 61%. Sharpstown, located southwest of Houston, decided in 2012 that regular public policing was proving wholly...

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