Illinois Democratic governor nominee mum on details for his proposed pension bailout tax hike

By John Ruberry "We are a nation that has a government—not the other way around. And this makes us special among the nations of the Earth." First presidential inaugural address from Ronald Reagan, who was born in Illinois. "As a result, Illinois government is a massive retirement system that, during work hours, also offers some … Continue reading Illinois Democratic governor nominee mum on details for his proposed pension bailout tax hike

Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio Dr. Paul Byrne & Mike Hummell

Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio we have two very different discussions to chew on. In our first hour we talk to Dr. Paul Byrne a giant in the care of premature children.  He will be giving his thought on end of life issues including "Brain Death" vs true death and discover that a lot of … Continue reading Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio Dr. Paul Byrne & Mike Hummell

Union Bakery: The Freddy Eynsford-Hill Gambit

Sing me no song! Read me no rhyme! Don't waste my time, Show me! Don't talk of June, Don't talk of fall! Don't talk at all! Show me! Never do I ever want to hear another word. There isn't one I haven't heard. Here we are together in what ought to be a dream; Say … Continue reading Union Bakery: The Freddy Eynsford-Hill Gambit

Answer: It depends on who commits it

Question:(asked by Powerline blog concerning the shooting of a business owner in Ohio for hiring non-union labor) Does Anyone Care About Actual Political Violence? Our media try endlessly to draw fictitious connections between violence and political or quasi-political movements. They do this to advance their own political agenda. But, when it comes to the one … Continue reading Answer: It depends on who commits it

MSNBC’s Morning Mope this morning over Wisconsin: Update Link-a-palloza added

MSNBC went all in last night on the Wisconsin recall, they broadcasted live from Wisconsin surrounded by union activists with Ed Schultz and on Morning Joe this morning the scheduled Sam Stein and Bill Press anticipating talking about the democratic victory. Unfortunately for the unions who like MSNBC once again went all in it didn't … Continue reading MSNBC’s Morning Mope this morning over Wisconsin: Update Link-a-palloza added

Am I actually seeing Morning Joe reporting on the media difference?

The difference in Wisconsin coverage that is, why yes, Politico wrote about the double standard concerning "signs": “The mainstream media’s professed concern with uncivil engages only when it is practiced by conservatives,” asserted the Washington Post’s conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin. And conservative blogger Michelle Malkin, who has made her blog something of a clearinghouse of … Continue reading Am I actually seeing Morning Joe reporting on the media difference?

The left’s perception filter on Union thuggery

Take a look at this video via Little Miss Attila: This morning I haven't seen anything on the news (but plenty of good coverage from the blogs about this scene) Attila asks the first question: Heroic action by Rep. Brett Hulsey saves the day, and possibly Sen. Grothman’s life. What would have happened if Hulsey … Continue reading The left’s perception filter on Union thuggery

“Ah But they behaved as it were flat”

One of the advantages that control of the MSM and the major newspapers gives the media is the ability to convince people who do not regularly pay attention to current events beyond Charlie Sheen, Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber of things that simply aren't true. Half of this battle is ignoring stories that they don't … Continue reading “Ah But they behaved as it were flat”

If the goal of Unions is provocation

consider me provoked: Mike Capuano could not be reached for comment. There was a time when even union thugs would have left a young lady alone. I'm not as young as I once was, but Tabitha if you are out filming in any area where I am nearby I humbly offer my services as an … Continue reading If the goal of Unions is provocation

The Wisconsin Senate’s ride

Update: In Honor of the anniversary of the fleebagging members of the Wisconsin Senate I'm promoting this poem written for the occasion. With apologies to Longfellow Listen my children and you shall hear Of the daylight ride of Democrats here, On the seventeenth of Feb, in Two thousand eleven; Hardly a tweeter now alive Who … Continue reading The Wisconsin Senate’s ride

Ah for the good ole days when Unions…

...were concerned about protecting their members against management stepping on them: “We’ve never really had this broad and direct an attack before,” said CWA Area Director Hetty Rosenstein. “We have in 30 years never raised our dues. We never had as great a need.” I can see the reasoning, after all tighter time, management might … Continue reading Ah for the good ole days when Unions…

Pundit & Pundetts highlights one importnat point

about the Union defeat reminds us of. Basically how dollars that are supposed to be used helping members are spent elsewhere as this post from the morning bell highlights: In his ongoing battle with teachers unions, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) recently told a town hall in Robbinsville: “My argument is not with teachers … Continue reading Pundit & Pundetts highlights one importnat point

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…