• Economy

    Vermont Governor Cancels Single Payer Healthcare

    by  • 19 December, 2014 • Economy, Health, Politics • 1 Comment


    Reality bites… MONTPELIER, Vt. — Gov. Peter Shumlin announced this week he has called off his plans for single-payer health care in Vermont for 2015, saying “now is not the right time.” At an unannounced news conference, Shumlin said he received the final modeling for financing single-payer health care on Tuesday and concluded the...

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    One Obama Fundraiser In LA Cost Taxpayers $1.1 Million

    by  • 18 December, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

    Obama FU

    Cheers, suckers… (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on December 8, 2014, it obtained records from the U.S. Department of the Air Force revealing that the October fundraising trips by President Obama to Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA, cost taxpayers $1,176,120.90 in flight expenses alone. On October 9, Obama attended a...

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    US Treasury Buying Survival Kits For Bankers

    by  • 11 December, 2014 • Economy, Humor, Video • 0 Comments


    The Department of Treasury is seeking to order survival kits for all of its employees who oversee the federal banking system, according to a new solicitation. The government is willing to spend up to $200,000 on the kits, according to the solicitation released on Dec. 4. The survival kits must come in a fanny-pack...

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    Teamsters Failing In Effort To Unionize FedEx

    by  • 11 December, 2014 • Communism, Economy, Politics • 0 Comments


    Disorganized labor… CHICAGO (Reuters) – The Teamsters withdrew a planned ballot at a Pennsylvania facility of FedEx Corp’s trucking unit, in a further blow to efforts to unionize workers at FedEx Freight. The pulling of the ballot at FedEx Freight’s Pocono Summit facility marks the second such withdrawal in the past week. The International...

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    Big Gov Eyes Higher Gas Taxes Amid Falling Fuel Price

    by  • 7 December, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 0 Comments


    Opportunists… In theory, advocates of an infusion of spending to fix the nation’s crumbling roads and bridges have found the perfect political moment. Fuel prices are plunging to their lowest level in years. The Highway Trust Fund is broke, and Congress faces a spring deadline to replenish it. The obvious answer—the only answer, according...

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    Cheap Oil Could Lead To Economic Boom

    by  • 4 December, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 2 Comments

    Obama frustration

    Obama to take credit in 3… 2… 1… In case you haven’t filled your gas tank lately, the price of gasoline is dropping for the first time in… I forget when. When Obama took office in 2008 the national average price for a gallon of gasoline was $1.79 and during most of his two...

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    Black Boycott: The Brainchild Of A Rich White Guy

    by  • 30 November, 2014 • Culture, Economy • 0 Comments


    Plantation owner’s still rich white Democrats… There’s a white, rich dude running the black boycott capitalism movement known as United Blackout. His name is Michael Latt and he is the marketing director of United Blackout. “Control how Black money is spent and you win the game,” says United Blackout’s campaign video. And Latt seeks...

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    Obama Regime Plans Wave Of Haitian Immigrants In 2015

    by  • 30 November, 2014 • Culture, Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

    grinning idiot

    Obama’s post-apocalyptic vision for a dystopian America… Two-and-a-half weeks before the midterm elections, the Obama administration has announced plans to allow the massive importation of more than 109,000 Haitians, acquiescing to an aggressive lobbying campaign that has spanned more than four years. That campaign was led by advocacy groups including the Institute for Justice...

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    Obama Wasted $7 Billion On Non-Existent Electricity In Africa

    by  • 28 November, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

    Obama tickled

    Misleadership… JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Barack Obama last year told a cheering crowd in Cape Town that a $7 billion plan to “Power Africa” would double electricity output on the world’s poorest continent and bring “light where currently there is darkness”. A year later, the U.S. president’s flagship project for Africa has already achieved 25...

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