Posts Tagged ‘Governments’

Ecuador’s Correa Contends for Anti-Liberty Leadership in Latin America

Written on February 22nd, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa (Photo: EFE) If cancer revokes President Hugo Chavez’s mandate for indefinite rule in Venezuela, it will leave leadership of the radical-left, anti-liberty Bolivarian Alliance (ALBA) in […]

Union That Bankrupted Hostess to Receive Generous Government Subsidies

Written on February 21st, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Newscom The union whose strike led to the bankruptcy of Hostess last year has just been awarded government benefits from a program few qualify for. Last year, the Bakery, Confectionery, […]

Georgia and Oklahoma Provide Cautionary Tale About Universal Preschool

Written on February 20th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Photo credit: Dan Harr / Splash News/Newscom As the Obama Administration attempts to move toward universal, taxpayer-funded preschool, policymakers should examine the experiences of states that have offered such programs […]

Jesse Jackson Jr. and Wife Plead Guilty

Written on February 20th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Photo credit: The Washington Times/ZUMAPRESS/Newscom The tale of financial wrongdoing by former Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D–IL) and his wife and former campaign manager, Sandra Jackson, continued today when they […]

Climate Protestors Rally Against Keystone XL Pipeline

Written on February 20th, 2013 by kalelone shout
Supporters of President Obama’s continued obstruction of the Keystone XL pipeline and more government controls to prevent climate change attended a “Forward on Climate” rally on February 17 in Washington, […]

Top 3 Reasons Chuck Hagel Is Wrong for Secretary of Defense

Written on February 19th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
President Obama’s pick as the next Secretary of Defense is the wrong one. Heritage’s defense and foreign policy experts have examined the record of Chuck Hagel, the Republican former Senator […]

Chavez’s Return to Caracas Answers Few Questions

Written on February 19th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Photo credit: Venezuelan Presidency/ZUMA Press/Newscom In the early morning of February 18, Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez tweeted that he was back in Caracas, after spending over two months in a […]

Spending Cuts Are Happening, One Way or Another

Written on February 18th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Federal budget cuts called “sequestration” are scheduled to hit in just 10 days. The sequestration cuts are not perfect—they’re a blunt instrument to cut spending, rather than a deliberative plan […]

George Washington’s Example on Religious Liberty

Written on February 18th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
Instead of celebrating George Washington’s birthday, today we’ve lumped him in together with no-names as we celebrate a generic “Presidents’ Day.” But George Washington was not simply a President. He […]

Halt New Gun Control Threat – Stop Leahy’s S. 54 To Ban All Private Gun Sales

Written on February 18th, 2013 by kalelno shouts
HALT NEW GUN CONTROL THREAT! LEAHY’S S. 54 WILL BAN ALL PRIVATE SALES, ‘NECESSITATE’ GUN LICENSURE DEMS’ DISTRACT & DEFLECT GUN GRAB MUST BE EXPOSED, HALTED! STOP THE LEAHY BAN […]
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