By Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
You missed a big effin’ deal, folks.
That should come as no surprise, though. There was no signing ceremony, no political grandstanding and no foul-mouthed vice president spiking the football.
The pomp and circumstance so common in Washington, D.C., smacking of something straight out the capital of Panem, was absent as hundreds of thousands of […]
By Mark Lisheron | Watchdog.org
A day before the Wisconsin Senate approved what will almost certainly become a landmark right-to-work law, an old friend wrote a column about it.Read More →
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – The left’s protective rhetoric in the right-to-work debate is hitting fever pitch, marked by the 1,500-plus labor-led protestors who showed up at the Capitol Tuesday with the same sky-is-falling message.Read More →
The contractor for California’s high-speed rail system is having an event on the Capitol grounds, featuring a model car that is “Connectin Cities at 220 miles per hour.”
For $68 billion, they ought to be able to afford a “g” (in connecting). Furthermore, this train will never go 220 mph — not with a blended route that […]
The problem was never that Koleilat was speaking on Ash Wednesday. It is that he’s Muslim.Read More →
By Chris Butler | Tennessee Watchdog
NASHVILLE — RWNJ, according to a Google search, means “right wing nut job.”
U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen D-Memphis, used the term on his official Twitter page Saturday to describe his conservative constituents.
Memphis conservatives were riled up over a tweet Cohen made Friday in response to former Republican New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani […]Read More →