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PCAs, SEIU & decertification

Will PCAs vote for decertification? If they’re persuaded by Jason Flohrs’ op-ed, the SEIU will see a significant drop in revenues. Gov. Dayton and the SEIU got away with rigging an election. That’s because “less than 6,000 of the state’s 27,000 PCAs voted” to have the SEIU represent PCAs. The question that the SEIU and […]

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Special interests own DFL

There’s an important question Minnesotans should ask themselves before they head to the polls this November. Should they vote for a political party that’s owned by the special interests? If they don’t want to vote for a political party that’s owned by the special interests, then they can’t vote for DFL candidates. The child care […]

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Dorholt delivers…for EdMinn?

This ad, paid for by the House DFL Caucus, says that Zach Dorholt is “delivering for St. Cloud and the middle class”: Like I said in this post, the DFL dances to the tune that Education Minnesota tells them to dance to. Zach Dorholt is no different. Like the rest of his DFL colleagues in […]

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Dayton spokesman insults women

After a group of 9 people from Minnesota filed a federal lawsuit to stop a unionization vote of home care assistants, a spokesman for Gov. Dayton accused them of being right wing crazies: “This is just another extremist right wing group trying to tell Minnesotans that they cannot decide for themselves whether to vote to […]

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Harris v. Quinn revisited

This op-ed, written by Paul Kersey of the Illinois Policy Institute, revisits the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Harris v. Quinn lawsuit. Here’s one of the key parts of Mr. Kersey’s op-ed: Suburban Chicago mom Pamela Harris, whose youngest child has a rare genetic disorder, was one of the parents targeted for union membership. Because […]

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SEIU-BMS corruption alert

Hollee Saville just published this information on her Facebook page: With breakneck speed, the BMS has set the mail-ballot election for SEIU’s attempted unionization of home care providers to begin on Friday, August 1. DHS and SEIU are prohibited from the unfair labor and election practices for which SEIU is often known. If you are […]

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The DFL’s true feelings

Michael Kinsley famously said that a political gaffe is when someone accidentally tells the truth. If that’s true, and I believe it is, then Bill Usher, the chairbeing of CD6 Democrats, committed a gaffe when he published this tweet: Bill Usher’s tweet is almost as egregious as Ryan Winkler’s racist tweet last year: It’s appalling […]

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Harris v. Quinn a major loss for public unions

This morning’s ruling in the Harris v. Quinn case is a major setback for public employee unions. First, Harris v. Quinn is the lawsuit brought by Pamela Harris, a home care giver in Illinois. The ramifications will be felt immediately in Minnesota. GOP gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson issued this statement immediately following the ruling: “Today’s […]

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Conservative Comedy 5/30/14

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. The VA scandal (FOX News’ Judge Jeanine is right when she say that criminal charges should start with negligent homicide of veterans, and move out and up from there). Michelle Obama’s school lunch program. The 9/11 Museum’s increasingly infamous gift shop. The zero-gravity pissing match between Russia and the United States where Putin has declared he will cut off our access to the International Space Station. In Obama’s America, it’s sometimes hard to find just one thing for the Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change to comment on. So this week, he tells it like it really is with a cartoon that pretty much sums up how many are feeling in America today. Jodi Miller at Newsbusted is back from taking some time off. With the VA scandal, MSNBC has taken steps to show its support of their BFF in the White House; Adam Corrolla has a new book out that mentions some interesting things about the Gay Mafia, and John Kerry has agreed to testify in the Benghazi hearings. These are […]

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Tom Bakk’s end of session spin, Part II

I wrote this post to highlight part of Sen. Bakk’s end-of-session spin. I wouldn’t be telling the entire story if I didn’t write about something Sen. Bakk said at the end of his interview. Here’s what he said on the subject of medical marijuana: SEN. BAKK: I think when this session started, there were probably […]

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Democrats legitimizing terrorism

This video shows some ecoterrorists trespassing on Mark Maki’s private property: This is the unhinged, despicable left terrorizing a private citizen on his private property. That didn’t matter to them. This article fills in the details from that act of terrorism: Masked protesters carrying torches and threatening organized violence protested outside the home of an […]

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Don’t take Sierra Club’s accusations seriously

Rep. Jim Newberger’s op-ed in this morning’s St. Cloud Times highlights how out-of-state special interests, with allies within Minnesota, want to make electricity more expensive and less abundant. Rep. Newberger’s op-ed highlights the lies the Sierra Club is willing to tell to get their way: First, the Sherco power plant is not “dirty,” nor does […] . . . → Read More: Don’t take Sierra Club’s accusations seriously . . . → Read More: Don’t take Sierra Club’s accusations seriously

Far left protesters descend on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s home

How did you spend your Fourth of July? If you were a far-leftist in Chicago, you might have been protesting outside Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s house. Yes, they were protesting austerity cuts in Chicago. But, don’t forget to play a little

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Is the HHS Director Illegally Campaigning … Again?

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has run afoul of the law again, urging companies whose future she controls to donate to do work her agency lacks the funds to do. Congress has asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate. Secretary Sebelius has been shaking down the industry she controls, raising funds for Enroll America, an alliance of community organizers and health sector businesses. This is not | Read More » . . . → Read More: Is the HHS Director Illegally Campaigning … Again? . . . → Read More: Is the HHS Director Illegally Campaigning … Again?