This new online Student Center located at www.freedomcenterstudents.org will be a one-stop resource guide, political encyclopedia, and news source for student leaders who seek to defend our free society, battle the campus indoctrinators, and fight the unholy alliance of the radical Left and Islamic Fundamentalism. We’ll keep the site updated with downloadable resources pertaining to the current [...]
Hey, don’t trouble yourself. Let me just sign that union card for you.
Richard Trumka, current president of the AFL-CIO, cares about you, the American Worker. He cares so much that he is going to stop those dirty employers from forcing you to have a secret ballot. Until I heard him speak, I never realized a [...]
Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor for The Nation tweets today:
“Obama’s smart YouTube answer/when asked whether good or bad idea: “Should postal service be privatized?” “Bad idea’” Obama said.
WOW! Only 140 characters yet doubly wrong.
To the writers at the leftist Nation: What in the world makes Obama’s answer ‘smart’?
And to our illustrious leader: Seriously? The postal service [...]
Freedom has had its best week in many years. On Tuesday, Massachusetts put a Senate check on a reckless Congress, and yesterday the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision supporting free political speech by overturning some of Congress’s more intrusive limits on election spending. In a season of marauding government, the Constitution rides to the […]
Republican Scott Brown, the senator-elect from Massachusetts whose upset victory turned him into somewhat of a savior for his party, arrived in Washington Thursday to meet with Senate leaders and check out his new digs. The soon-to-be former state lawmaker, who appeared bleary-eyed and still processing his victory at a press conference the day before, […]
The New York Times’ lead editorial today urges amnesty for the approximately 12 million illegal immigrants currently residing in the United States – or as the Times calls them, “the undocumented underclass.” It does not use the word “amnesty,” of course. But how else would one define a program the Times supports that:
legalizes immigrants who [...]
If Politico’s John F. Harris is correct and “Presidential politics is about storytelling” then the Obama campaign took an enormous risk using a narrative that left a lot to the individual imagination. Obama’s ambiguous call for change, created a fill-in-the-blank scenario for independents and moderates, and a call-to-arms for progressives.
In Monday’s article “7 stories Barack [...]