Political/Government Corruption

Pre-litigation letter sent by Doug Ibendahl to Roosevelt University

By John Biver

Dear Dr. Middleton:

Please be advised that I have been retained by Gillian John-Charles to represent her in matters related to her wrongful and retaliatory discharge from the doctoral program administered by Roosevelt University and specifically the College of Education, Department of Educational Leadership (the “EdD Program”). […]

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The Growing Threat of Smart Meters

The Growing Threat of Smart Meters

By John Biver

From Tom Deweese at Family Security Matters: Sustainable Development is code for a policy designed to transform human society, essentially eliminating individual life decisions and replacing them with top – down, one-size-fits-all government control….

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Public sector unions = higher debt

Public sector unions = higher debt

By John Biver

It’s pretty simple, actually. From PublicSectorInc.com: States with more heavily unionized public-sector workforces are more likely to have higher total debt, according to this new study from the Beacon Hill Institute in Boston. Specifically,…

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The New Barbarians

The New Barbarians

By John Biver

An excellent article by Gary Horne at American Thinker: Recent abuses of power are a reminder that the barbarians are still with us, using the power of progressive government to punish anyone who dares…

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The Need for Balance between Generations

The Need for Balance between Generations

By John Biver

And to round out NCPA Day here at Dispatches here’s #3: While politicians are talking about balance between cuts and revenues, or between total spending and taxes, few are talking about the need for…

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The End of the Obama Illusion

The End of the Obama Illusion

By John Biver

American Thinker continues to post some of the best political commentary on the web. This is from its editor, Thomas Lifson: President Obama is shattering the illusions of his supporters, and eyes are opening,…

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