Archive for December 6th, 2013

Fast Food Workers: What’s Worth Protesting

Fast Food Workers: What’s Worth Protesting

If Americans take to the streets, as they arguably should, they should be demanding not a higher minimum wage but leadership with clarity, optimism and regard for individual initiative that inspired prosperity in generations past.

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SD SOS Announces Minimum Wage Ballot Measure

SD SOS Announces Minimum Wage Ballot Measure

South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant announced today that the petitions submitted for an initiated measure to increase the state minimum wage has passed the petition certification process, and will be placed on the November 4, 2014 General Election ballot. The measure, described in its title as “An initiated measure to increase the state minimum wage,” will now appear on the ballot as Initiated Measure 18.

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Are the Polls About Millennials and Obama Accurate?

Are the Polls About Millennials and Obama Accurate?

When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Such may be the case with a recent study by the Harvard University Institute for Politics receiving much attention that found 54 percent of those aged 18 to 29 disapprove of Barack Obama’s job performance of president.

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The front page of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1st Extra, December 7th, 1941, as shown at the Castle Air Museum.

A Present-Day Pearl Harbor May Be Upon Us

Today (December 7th) marks the 72nd year anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor naval base. How sad that this date – which would live in infamy – has been nearly forgotten by toady’s American population and especially our youth. Tragically it has been the successful revision of our American history by the Left and the evils of it that has made us weak and vulnerable to a present day “Pearl Harbor” of exponential proportions.

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What It’s Like to Live Free

What It’s Like to Live Free

On a recent visit to Texas, Bill Whittle experienced what it looks like and feels like to live free…rather than in a regulatory, statist, stifling nightmare like liberal California. The way Texas mostly still is, is how America was founded and was designed always to operate. The American way is in danger–not just in California, but nationally–of being stifled under the smothering oppression of Leftist statism.

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Why Are Medicare Answers Inconsistent: An Open Letter

Why Are Medicare Answers Inconsistent: An Open Letter

In the course of my work to help a senior citizen couple who had a problem with incorrect information in the couple’s Medicare records, I have been given three different addresses for mailing important documents from our clients to the Coordinator of Medicare Benefits. It seems that the Medicare system is working worse than it ever has since I started helping senior citizens. Why is that? What will be done to fix Medicare and health care in America? Who is not doing a good job and causing problems for others?

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