Mary Landrieu showed her true colors again today by voting to confirm the defender of a cop-killer to a top post in the Justice Department. Mary has forgotten the sentiments of her constituents time and time again. Time for Mary to go back to New Orleans come November.
Last week, the Democratic Party had their winter meeting and MRCTV’s Dan Joseph decided to ask DNC committee members and guests if they’re ready for Hillary–and why.
OK, this really touched me and I know it’ll touch you as well.
So, instead of purchasing something for himself, Eckert did something very different on Feb. 7. Something Dailey says he will remember for “a lifetime.”
The 8-year-old boy wrapped the $20 bill in a note he had authored to the solider.
“Dear Soldier — my dad was a soldier. He’s in heaven now.”
With all the talk by the President concerning minimum wage, one should actually do a little research and see how irrelevant his argument is and that it’s nothing more than another class-warfare tactic from the king of “never let a crisis go to waste” and one who dodges relevant issues such as Benghazi, IRS treatment of conservative groups and NSA spying.
In actuality, the amount of people who actually earn minimum wage is very low. Per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the very government itself, you can find the following information. In 2001, 3.8 million workers with wages at or below the Federal minimum made up 5.2 percent of all hourly-paid workers. Additionally, minimum wage workers tend to be young. Workers under age 25 make up about half of those paid the Federal minimum wage or less.
Additionally, as it was determined this week by the Congressional Budge Office (CBO), a $10.10 increase would lift 900,000 workers above the poverty line, but cost 500,000 jobs.
If the President was really interested in bettering the average American, perhaps he should look at some common sense measures, such as tax reform, reducing regulations on businesses and a focus on more exportation of goods and services. But, those kind of measures won’t win with a Democratic Party that is entrenched in the politics of entitlement.
This is what the Louisiana Democrat Party thinks of parents concerned about Common Core.
“We will probably do something really silly like changing the name of it to something else” to throw off opponents, Leger said at a legislative breakfast sponsored by the Orleans Public Education Network.
Mary Landrieu promised that ObamaCare wouldn’t harm Louisiana seniors who rely on Medicare, but that simply wasn’t true,” said NRSC Press Secretary Brook Hougesen. “Mary Landrieu has repeatedly deceived Louisiana voters, and now she has the audacity to ask for their trust? Mary Landrieu slashed Medicare Advantage to pay for ObamaCare, and now those cuts mean fewer benefits and health care choices for seniors. Seniors can’t trust Mary Landrieu.
And, yep, he’s a Democrat!
Just a little while ago, on the floor of the Alabama House of Representatives, the black longtime state representative Alvin Holmes explained why he so dislikes Clarence Thomas: because “he’s married to a white woman.”