Congratulations, Jill Bader!

I’d like to congratulate Jill Bader, the Communications Director for Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker, who was named “The Worst Person in the World” on tonight’s “Countdown With Keith Olbermann” for a tweet she made earlier today which linked to President Barack Obama’s purported response to an anti-high speed rail website set up by Walker’s [...]

Why are some gulf coast jobs worth more than others?

Since the BP oil spill and the announcment of the administration’s moratorium on drilling in the gulf, there has been a lot of talk about the effect of the moratorium on oil production jobs in the gulf area.

But why are oil jobs more important than the jobs portrayed in the cartoon? Why [...]

We need fiscal conservatives….

Yes we need fiscal conservatives in Washington to run our government for us. Obviously, President Obama can’t do it, his wife went on vacation.

So we need a fundamental change government, so that we can have fiscal conservatives like Linda McMahon, who spent $24 million dollars in a PRIMARY for a $174,000/yr Senate job.

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Who’s to blame for all those job losses?

And here’s an explanation of the chart (emphasis mine): From December 2007 to July 2009 – the last year of the Bush second term and the first six months of the Obama presidency, before his policies could affect the economy – private sector employment crashed from 115,574,000 jobs to 107,778,000 jobs. Employment continued to [...]

Republicans don’t want to cut the deficit by 30%!

Jon Stewart has an easy way to cut the federal budget deficit by 30% this year: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Deductible Me www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Tea Party

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The truth about Ron Johnson and PACUR

Courtesy of Jud Lounsbury comes this little gem about Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson: PACUR was actually a spin-off company of another plastics company called Curwood, which was co-founded by Howard Curler (Ron Johnson’s father-in-law) in 1958.

Howard Curler was a giant in the plastics industry. In the late 1960s, he led a [...]

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