10.31.2010

The Left – Wing Election Machine in 2010: AFSCME and the SEIU

On: 11/01/2010 10:06:41 In: Big Labor By Adam Bitely As the 2010 election season draws to a close, one thing is clear: Big Labor was the biggest money spender in the 2010 campaigns. You would never know that America was in the middle of the “Great Recession” if you […]

10.31.2010

Hollywood Leftists, Green Groups Outspend Supporters of California Proposition to Suspend Regulations

On: 11/01/2010 10:07:41 In: Energy Crisis, Global Warming Fraud, and the Environment By Kevin Mooney Despite being heavily outspent, the proponents of Proposition 23 in California are within range of an election victory that could help unravel energy rationing schemes that originated in their state. Outgoing Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed off the Global Warming […]

10.31.2010

America is at a Tipping Point

On: 11/01/2010 10:08:23 In: Fiscal Responsibility By Rick Manning The Conservative Action Project which includes Americans for Limited Government, has released ten spending cuts that would save more than a trillion and a half dollars in the next ten years . The list is formidable and lays a foundation for the new Congress to start the hard task of getting our deficit under control. Some items are obvious, like repealing […]

10.31.2010

Why Obama And Boehner Will Never Be Reagan And O’Neill

On: 11/01/2010 10:09:12 In: Uncategorized Video by Frank McCaffrey

10.31.2010

Larry, You’re Doing a Heckuva Job!

On: 11/01/2010 10:10:11 In: Economy By Bill Wilson “In fairness, Larry Summers did a heck of a job…” Barack Obama started to say of the performance of his embattled top economic advisor , who will be leaving the Administration before year’s end, amid high unemployment and slow growth. Comedy Central host Jon Stewart appreciated the irony of Obama giving his adviser, the […]

10.31.2010

Fed on a Limb

On: 11/01/2010 21:31:03 In: Economy By Robert Romano For voters who have become increasingly disillusioned with their government in an era of record debt levels, never-ending bailouts and government takeovers, high unemployment, and a weak economy, the election of November 2nd, 2010 is seen by many as the […]

10.31.2010

ObamaCare, Affirmative Action, Secret Ballots and Global Warming Figure into Ballot Questions

On: 11/01/2010 21:32:01 In: Elections By Kevin Mooney Voters will have the opportunity to express their policy preferences on controversial topics this Election Day through state level ballot initiatives that have been overshadowed by House and Senate races. If approved, these measures could help roll back big government […]

10.31.2010

More than a Sticker

On: 11/01/2010 21:32:51 In: Elections

10.31.2010

Christmas Morning for Republicans

On: 11/01/2010 21:33:43 In: Elections By Rebekah Rast Video by Frank McCaffrey It’s fairly clear that today is going to be akin to Christmas morning for Republicans. But just how many presents will be under the tree? Americans for Limited Government (ALG) President Bill Wilson and Senior Research […]

10.31.2010

WSJ: The Four-Year Majority

On: 11/03/2010 09:38:06 In: Elections   ALG Editor’s Note: In the following featured editorial from the Wall Street Journal, the board analyzes last night’s historic rout of the House:   The Four-Year Majority A Congressional majority is a terrible thing to waste, as Rahm Emanuel might say, and yesterday the public took that lesson to heart. […]

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