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Apr 25 2011
If you ever wondered if today’s LEFTIST union leaders ever read Saul Alinsky, now you know.
Watch the videos and understand why companies like Boeing Corporation are moving their manufacturing facilities to Right to Work states.
After watching both videos, do you now understand the Wisconsin public employee protests at the State Capitol and the various intimidation tactics used against Governor Scott Walker and GOP legislators?
Exit question: In light of this knowledge, of how the unions create chaos as a bargaining tactic, do Americans really want public employee unions collectively bargaining with the government?
Apr 25 2011
Amazon.com et. al. should not feel bad – after all it is just business, right?
“Yes, I’ve met with eBay quite a lot,” said Assembly member Nancy Skinner (D), who introduced the bill. Skinner told Tax Analysts that eBay is concerned about the proposal’s impact on lower-volume sellers, and the two sides have discussed raising the $10,000 threshold.
This entire exercise which will lose California jobs and provide NO new measurable tax revenue is looking more and more like a “JUICE BILL.”
The divide and conquer of business interests, the campaign contributions, the never ending amendments and tweaks to the bills. My God, no wonder American business is so fed up with the political process – particularly the Democrats in the California Legislature.
So, the legislation will linger on and Assemblywoman will have all the attention and PAC money the business interest will provide.
In the meantime, the Amazon.com and other business sales affiliates will sweat out whether they will have a job or not.
Apr 25 2011
Governor Haley and Marsha Barbour – Governor Mitch and Cheri Daniels
Republican Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour has withdrawn from an exploratory campaign for the Presidency. His statement is here.
“I will not be a candidate for president next year. This has been a difficult, personal decision, and I am very grateful to my family for their total support of my going forward, had that been what I decided.
Haley Barbour has not been polling particularly well and as a Republican operative of the highest order can read the handwriting on the wall. But, now does this open the path for Barbour’s good personal friend Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels to run?
Daniels has kept his decision close to the vest and will not announce one way or another until the Indiana Legislative session is over. The session ends this Friday. And, as Daniels has said, “It’s time to cut bait.”
So, is this a convenient withdrawal?
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