There was a flicker of hope Sunday evening that those 14 Wisconsin Democrat state senators lolling around in Illinois to avoid doing their duty as elected officials might be coming home. But something happened between Sunday and Monday to change their tune. Read More
Guinness-powered Irish-American rockers the Dropkick Murphys have always been something of a working-class phenomenon. And now, they’re not just pleasing the blue-collar masses with an anthemic new album, “Going Out In Style,” released March 1 on their own Born & Bred Records. Read More
Several buses loaded with members of the SEIU, CWA, AFT and NEA showed up yesterday to protest at the FreedomWorks headquarters in the nation's capitol. FreedomWorks was evidently targeted because of its effective role in the Tea Party movement. Read More
White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer is claiming that "This is a Wisconsin story, not a Washington one," contradicting the Washington Post's reporting that the president and his political apparatus has gotten deeply involved in the effort. Read More
Via Glenn Reynolds, I see that three SEIU chapters have been granted waivers from Obamacare: Read More
Live by big government, die by big government: Read More
It's highly doubtful there could be a more vivid demonstration of the truth of Lincoln's maxim about knowing when to keep your mouth shut than the post-election statements about the GOP victory by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Here's Pelosi: Read More
Clark County is where three quarters of Nevada's residents and live and where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's son Rory is a county commissioner. Rory is also a Democratic candidate for governor.
Since early voting started, there have been credible reports that voting machines in Clark County, Nevada are automatically checking Harry Reid's name on the ballot: Read More
Former SEIU president and most-frequent-White-House-visitor Andy Stern is under investigation by the FBI, according to the Los Angeles Times: Read More
As we noted in a recent editorial, Senate Democrats brought a few doomed measures to the floor recently in an attempt to generate some fodder for political advertisements. We compared the last-minute vote on the DREAM Act to the Republicans’ desperate 2006 vote on a flag-burning amendment. Read More