#DM7: A Primer On The Left In NC (IV)

By A.P. Dillon Last week we looked at Moral Monday in North Carolina and how it's now spreading to neighboring states.  I mentioned that was not a bug but a feature. In this installment, we'll look at the union ties to Moral Monday, a quick look at a movement I've dubbed Occupy 2.0 and how … Continue reading #DM7: A Primer On The Left In NC (IV)

SEIU Mercenaries Manning the WW 2 Memorial BARRYcades

The Administration has taken some heat for putting up the Barrycades to hold back WW 2 Vets and threatening them with Arrest for visiting the WW 2 Memorial. But it would be wrong to say they were there alone there were people protesting in favor of Obama there too. At least they said they were … Continue reading SEIU Mercenaries Manning the WW 2 Memorial BARRYcades

Gaza on the Senate or the “Latino vote” Myth

They all secretly believe that there is some pill you can take if you will tell them what it is. Max Hastings & Simon Jenkins The Battle for the Falklands 1984 This tweet jumped out at me today "@RightCandidates: Liberal Uncontrolled Feelings In Action: Union Aims to Punish GOP Over “Immigration” http://t.co/OiwaSTG5Xz" #black2blue? — DENNIS … Continue reading Gaza on the Senate or the “Latino vote” Myth

Demoralized as Hell: The 85% Solution

I generally don't pay a lot of attention to the KOS SEIU poll because...well it's the Kos SEIU poll but I noticed the Breitbart link and on a whim checked it out. That Romney has a +4 lead in a poll that has a +3 democrat sample is bad. That 56% call wrong track in … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: The 85% Solution

The left self-identifies: SEIU, Chomskey and Moore

In terms of advancing conservatism the single best tool we have is the willingness of the left to self identify. We saw three examples of this lately: Item SEIU and Communist Party USA. Zombie blog and Ringo photos have an extensive collection of photos of the SEIU and American Communists proudly marching together for open … Continue reading The left self-identifies: SEIU, Chomskey and Moore

The Democrats in a Wisconsin mine field

Our democratic friends and the media are stepping on so many land minds these days its hard to count them all, but a few things instantly come to mind: Boom! We all love school in July Every day that the Wisconsin teachers choose to take off is a day that parents around the state have … Continue reading The Democrats in a Wisconsin mine field

Democrats reject Obamacare repeal SEIU cheers from Waverland

The Hill notices that the SEIU is saying one thing The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is lobbying hard against the amendment offered by Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) to repeal the healthcare reform law. SEIU has sent e-mails to Senate offices urging lawmakers to vote against the proposal to unwind President Obama’s signature … Continue reading Democrats reject Obamacare repeal SEIU cheers from Waverland

SEIU and the everchanging story

Last week the Lonely conservative reported on the SEIU dropping dependent health care: The fund informed its members late last month that their dependents will no longer be covered as of Jan. 1, 2011. Currently about 6,000 children are covered by the benefit fund, some until age 23. We touched on it briefly on Saturday's … Continue reading SEIU and the everchanging story

You know if you want to hide what you are doing…

...first of all don't do it next door to the house of a reporter. ...second of all don't involve police, (the police union denies it). ...and finally don't do it in the internet age because you can't hide or disguise a crowd of people acting likethugs from the net anymore. Nor can you hide bank … Continue reading You know if you want to hide what you are doing…

I’ve heard of burrying news on a weekend

...but the Gladney charges took the cake. And the Post Dispatch's headline is laughable: Six charged in town hall disturbance Town Hall disturbance. Town hall DISTURBANCE! Let me remind you a bit of what I wrote IN AUGUST! Yesterday Black conservatives protested in front of the St. Louis office of the NAACP to protest their … Continue reading I’ve heard of burrying news on a weekend

Jim Crow meet Jimmi C

You know once upon a time the NAACP was a great organization that fought for the rights of Black people in a segregated world and helped propel a race that had languished into slavery to realize its full potential. Today Black Americans live better then Blacks in any country in Africa. As documented in the … Continue reading Jim Crow meet Jimmi C

Obama doesn’t dare hit SEIU too hard; they know things

The president can't hit the SEIU hard for this. It just hit me and I'm a fool not to have remember it before. Think back to the Democratic contest, remember how Senator Obama managed to win caucus while Sen Clinton won early primaries. Then the SEIU Nevada endorsed him. Sen Obama won there and interesting … Continue reading Obama doesn’t dare hit SEIU too hard; they know things