Daily Archives: March 3, 2011

The Outcome in Wisconsin……

Start with a Socialist/Progressive/Liberal / Union Wisconsin Teacher rabid about the possibility of having pay connected to student performance, ie. Merit Pay;  Or diminished unsustainable entitlements ……… Advertisements

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Judge Vinson hardens health ruling, then delays it…..

(SCOTUS Blog)- A Florida federal judge who struck down all of the new federal health care law ordered the Obama Administration on Thursday to stop enforcing any part of the 2,700 page statute — but then immediately put his ruling … Continue reading

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Chevy Volt – Love Hertz

Put this in the same file as the lightbulbs that don’t light, dishwashers that don’t wash, and toilets that don’t flush….   Looks like President Obama’s going to have to arrange another series of government acquisitions, ’cause this isn’t good: (Washington Examiner) … Continue reading

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A New Message From Jim DeMint

Dear Fellow Conservative: I’m writing to let you know about an important vote that took place in the Senate last night. Newly-elected Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) offered an amendment expressing support for a Constitutional Amendment that would force Congress to … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Leader: “Going After us the Stupidest Thing the Republican Party Could Have Done”…

The smugness is palpable….  (Politico) — The Planned Parenthood Federation of America, facing a looming vote in the Senate to cut its federal funding, argues that the ferocious political battle waged over the past few weeks has actually been a positive … Continue reading

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Thursday Open Thread – March 3rd

Good Morning TreeHousers.   We are all so happy that YTZ4Me and StudMuffin are recovering well from recent surgery.  Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. In addition don’t forget to provide feedback to G8rMom7 (we’ll bump the thread).  Today the … Continue reading

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