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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker needs to put his heart in the right place and take one for the team. A week ago the MJS wrote about Walker’s reservation regarding the possibility to change Wisconsin law and allow electoral votes to be cast by congressional district instead of in bulk for the state’s majority presidential candidate. [...]
We are subjected to such one-sided reporting in this country that sometimes we don’t even recognize a win. I’d seen a few blips on Twitter about the 99%, but it had not soaked in until I read this article from Forbes. (You get a three second advert first. Sorry about that.) Bush bashing from the [...]
The news today is that President Obama’s supposedly-recess appointments to the NLRB (National Labor and Relations Board) were ruled unconstitutional by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. (I’d link it, but it’s everywhere, so pick your favorite national news source and go for it.) What tickles me is the [...]
In a discussion on this web site in mid-November 2012, there were questions about (1) which parts of the country have the highest poverty levels, thereby indicating some remediation by some outside entity and (2) which states get the most Federal Aid. I addressed the first issue with an entry on this web site (http://fairlyconservative.com/2012/12/05/a-look-into-poverty-in-the-united-states). [...]