By Audrey Pietrucha
Group-identity politics have provided an excuse for yet another round in the mommy cat-fights. When Republican front-runner Mitt Romney said he relies on his wife for insight into women’s issues the claws came out, with Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen’s comment that stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) Ann Romney had “never worked a day in her life” leaving the deepest scratches Continue reading
Exelon Asked to Return $200 Million Grant from Obama Administration to Taxpayers; Declines. Corporate Chairman “Doesn’t See Any Link” Between $200 Million Obama Administration Grant and “Our Own Public Policy Positions” — Which Happened to Support Obama’s
Chicago, IL/Washington, DC – Shareholder activists with the National Center for Public Policy Research challenged corporate executives with the energy giant Exelon about their firm’s participation in so-called “crony capitalism” at Exelon’s shareholder meeting this week in Chicago.
Incoming Exelon Chairman Mayo A. Shattuck Continue reading
Washington, DC – President Obama was publicly scolded this week for warning the Supreme Court against overturning Obamacare. The President said that it would be “unprecedented” and “extraordinary” for the Supreme Court to rule that a law was unconstitutional.
This statement called into question the President’s Continue reading
If Pressure Group Truly Means What It Says, It Will Push Coke to Drop Ties to Radical Environmental Group
Washington, D.C. – If the activists at the group Color of Change are serious about wanting to keep the Coca-Cola Company from hurting the black community, members of the Project 21 black leadership network suggest that the group demand the soft drink manufacturer also sever its ties to the World Wildlife Fund for its support of overburdening regulation.
“The sagging economy over the last three years has devastated black Americans. Unemployment, declining home values and high fuel prices have hit black households particularly hard. Coca Cola’s support for the radical environmental agenda only exacerbates these maladies for black families,” said Project 21 spokesman Horace Cooper.
Color of Change, a group co-founded by former Obama Continue reading
Union lawyers seek to shut workers out of the proceedings
Hammond, IN – A group of Indiana workers from across the state filed a motion this week for leave to file an amicusbrief in federal court in support of their newly-enacted Right to Work freedoms Continue reading
Dixon artwork. Photo: Liberty Counsel
Atlanta, GA – Hallmark Management Company has settled with Daniel and Sharon Dixon, after firing and evicting them from a property management position for having a piece of artwork hanging in their office that contained a Scripture reference. Liberty Counsel successfully represented the Dixons in the case of Dixon v. Hallmark Companies and will be awarded $76,250.
Hallmark Management Company has no relation to the greeting card company.
Daniel and Sharon Dixon were the employees and tenants of a government-subsidized facility, Continue reading