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Dayton shafts farmers, rewards cronies

In mid-June, Gov. Dayton pocket vetoed a tax relief bill that would’ve provided tax relief to lots of middle-class people, which I wrote about here. The editorial I quoted got it right when it said “when Gov. Mark Dayton pocket vetoed HF 848 which would’ve provided significant tax relief to the citizens of Minnesota, it […]

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Hilarious video of Hillary’s Chipotle staging area!

She isn’t from Main Street, she’s not one of the regular folks the Dems love to invoke and she certainly doesn’t understand the issues facing the middle class each and every day! And when you have to try so hard to prove that you are then, well, t…

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When Dayton’s priorities changed

This article is rather enlightening: “I learned some important lessons from him. First of all, the importance of a job to someone who doesn’t have one. My job as governor is to do everything I can to provide jobs for the people of Minnesota, those who are unemployed, those who are underemployed, to those who […]

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DCCC’s anti-Millls smears continue

According to MPR’s article, the DCCC’s latest ad attacking Stewart Mills doesn’t get much right: The closest the DCCC ad comes to correct is in its claims about Mills personal wealth. After that, the DCCC gets its facts wrong. Mills said he opposed the Cash for Clunkers program, but that has nothing to do with […]

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Minnesota AFL-CIO announces its endorsements

The AFL-CIO of Minnesota should simply change its name. They aren’t a union representing “working families.” Based on their announcement, they’re just another DFL front group. Look at their endorsement list: Governor & Lieutenant Governor Governor Mark Dayton & Tina Smith (DFL) United States Senate Senator Al Franken (DFL) Secretary of State Steve Simon (DFL) […]

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Franken’s dishonest fundraising

Al Franken’s fundraising e-letters are getting more dishonest by the day. This is Franken’s latest dishonest e-letter fundraising appeal: Dear Cindy, There are tell-tale signs when a race is heating up. And all the signs in Minnesota point in that direction. Polls have been getting closer and closer, prompting the Rothenberg Political Report to take […]

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McFadden vs. Franken: Who represents the middle class?

The McFadden vs. Franken matchup for Minnesota’s Senate seat will be a fight about who offers the working poor and the middle class. Predictably, the DFL will say that Franken has fought for the middle class every day he’s been in the Senate. In fact, they’ll say that about about all of their elected officials. […]

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Conservative Comedy 5/9/14

It’s time for some Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best Conservative political satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. Barack Obama, speaking to a group of bowtie-wearing TV weathermen (unlike the underground, bomb-throwing, cop killing weathermen like Bill Ayers who launched Barry’s political career), announced the coming apocalyptic end of the world owing to global climate warming, or climate change, or weathery deviation, or attack glaciers, or tsunamis made angry by Youtube videos, or hurricanes protesting the fact that they earn less then himmicanes. Fortunately, the president plans to issue magic executive orders which will save the planet by raising taxes, closing businesses, cutting off energy supplies to United States citizens, giving hundreds of millions of dollars to Democrat donors with imaginary “green energy” companies and, in a nod to his allegedly Hawaiian roots, throwing capitalists into active volcanoes. The Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change has a great take on the situation We have two news report from Jodi Miller at Newsbusted this week. Some of the stories covered include: how John Boehner celebrated Cinco de Mayo, the mainstream media’s […]

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President Obama’s non-apology apology

Last night, President Obama went on NBC to issue a non-apology apology. Here’s the video: Here’s the partial transcript of what he told Chuck Todd: PRESIDENT OBAMA: I am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. We’ve got to work hard to make sure that they […] . . . → Read More: President Obama’s non-apology apology . . . → Read More: President Obama’s non-apology apology