Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Wisconsin and the Voter Fraud Agenda

An attempt to hijack the state's election laws and open the door for voter fraud failed at the last minute this week in Wisconsin's legislature. But threats to ballot integrity continue in other states, and Congress may rush to pass ill-conceived legislation this year that would only sow confusion and increase the potential for chaos on a national level.

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Also read the following update - disturbing!

Consequences of Obamacare

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Real Voter Intimidation and a Democrat Cover Up

Democrats try to shove under the rug Black Panther Party voter indimidation case. I can't believe this is happening in America.

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Excellent WI Legislative Recap

Thanks VCY!
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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

ENDA = End of Religious Freedom in America

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) will soon have his shot at one of the homosexuals' crown jewels: the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). After 16 years of back-and-forth, ENDA's chances for passage have never been better. "We have an agreed-upon bill," Rep. Frank told reporters. "We're going to get the bill voted on this spring--what people really ought to focus on is helping us get the vote. I think that we're pretty close, but it's not a done deal." As early as next week, the House Education and Labor Committee will start debating a bill that could do permanent damage to American liberty as we know it. Under this bill, the government will order businesses, including religious ones, to stuff their personal beliefs and hire gays and lesbians--even if the organization considers the lifestyle immoral. Essentially, Congress would be establishing a caste system, where the "rights" of homosexuals trump the First Freedoms of any employer. At the very least, it will force people out of business. At its worst, it will bully into silence every American who disagrees with homosexual behavior.

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America Becomes a Two-Class Society

Income tax day, April 15, 2010, now divides Americans into two almost equal classes: those who pay for the services provided by government and the freeloaders. The percentage of Americans who will pay no federal income taxes at all for 2009 has risen to 47 percent.
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Prisoners' Sex-Changes Paid For By WI Taxpayers

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Socialism before it was a four-letter word

Milwaukee made political history. On April 5, 1910, we became the first (and only) major city in America to elect a Socialist mayor. A former patternmaker named Emil Seidel won a decisive victory in the spring election, beginning a period of Socialist success at the polls that would last until Frank Zeidler stepped down in 1960.

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Next Battle: Immigration

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Should America Bid Farewell to Exceptional Freedom?

by Rep. Paul Ryan