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Latest Andy Stern Items
Trade unions are a school of communism.
Liberal groups are trying to build a grass-roots movement that they hope will help revive the economy and protect Medicare and Social Security, but whether they will be successful - and use it to help re-elect President Obama - is unclear.
Few politicians say what they mean and even fewer mean what they say. Hypocrisy seems to be nonpartisan, so party affiliation does not matter. Most so-called "leaders" feign to be what they are not and assume the mantle of virtue when issuing edicts, regulations and legislation.
If you would like to know what the White House really thinks of Obamacare, there's an easy way. Look past its press releases. Ignore its promises. Forget its talking points. Instead, simply witness for yourself the outrageous way the White House protects its best friends from Obamacare.
President Obama’s high-profile debt commission Friday fell three votes short of the support it needed to forward a far-reaching deficit reduction plan to Congress, with 11 of the 18 members voting to back the proposal. A supermajority of 14 votes was needed to formally endorse the blueprint.
Six members of President Obama's deficit commission are expected to vote on Friday against its final report, meaning the panel will not be able to submit any recommendations to Congress for action.
The FBI and the Labor Department are investigating prominent labor leader Andy Stern in a probe of corruption at the Service Employees International Union, according to two people who have been interviewed by federal agents.
A year ago, Medea Benjamin, co-founder of anti-war protest group Code Pink, was seated on the Capitol's West Front, 100 feet from the inauguration stage, watching Barack Obama be sworn in as president.