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Join The Solutions Revolution in Washington D.C. April 16th! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cain Connection   
Tuesday, 06 March 2012 08:10
Dear Patriot,
You have an opportunity!
You have the opportunity to be part of the first step to truly take the power from politicians in Washington D.C.and return it to We the People!
I am excited to announce that April 16th of this year will be more than just another Monday in Washington. It will mark another step in a surging revolution: Cain’s Revolution on the Hill!  Cain’s Revolution on the Hill will be taking place at our great Nation’s Capital on Monday, April 16th.  I am searching for 435 Representatives from congressional districts across the country to join us for all day,
Tax Day Event that will focus on empowering attendees to be true citizen activists and equip them with the knowledge and tools needed to bring about REAL Change in Washington.
While I want everyone to attend the rally on the 16th, space is limited for the 9-9-9 Patriot Summit that runs from the evening of 15th to the morning of the 16th, so please register today by clicking the button below. Cain’s Revolution on the Hill will be a celebration of REAL Tax Reform.  I want you to be one of the first revolutionaries to show Congress that we want Real Reform, and we want it NOW! I happen to believe we can do this folks! We the People are still in charge of this great nation and it’s about time that those in Washington D.C. were reminded of that. Join me April 15th and 16th as we take the first step in promoting the greatest return to power this nation has seen since its founding: 9-9-9 The Revolution!
Herman Cain

 
Socialist Presidential Candidate to Speak Tuesday at Six O'Clock at Champaign Public Library PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Patrick Martin   
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:25
Jerome White to Speak in Champaign, Illinois


Jerome White, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for US president in the 2012 elections, will hold a press conference near the main entrance of the Champaign public library at 6pm Tuesday, February 28. White will issue a statement supporting a socialist program and urging broader community mobilization.


White has written extensively on workers struggles, most recently on the Cooper Tire lock-out in Ohio, and has interviewed many workers as a reporter for the World Socialist Web Site. (See http://bit.ly/A7zKeI).


White announced his candidacy for president as a member of the SEP last Monday. His campaign calls for a political movement of the working class in opposition to both Democrats and Republicans. The SEP also advocates rank-and-file committees independent of the trade unions, including the AFL-CIO, Illinois Federation of Public Employees, the USW, UAW, SEIU and UNITE HERE.

After issuing a statement, White will take questions from the media. A map of the approximate location of the press conference can be found here: http://bit.ly/wKqDiD

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QC Federation of Labor is hosting a Chili Supper for Mike Smiddy PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Brian Kramer   
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 13:42

On behalf of the Quad City Federation of Labor,

You are invited to attend a Chili Supper for

 

Candidate for State Representative

Mike Smiddy

Featuring Special Guests

Rock Island Sherriff Jeff Boyd

IL AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer Tim Drea

 

Thursday, March 1st,  5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

 

Laborer’s Hall, 2835 7th Avenue, Rock Island

 

 

Suggested Contribution:

Individual: $10

Family: $15

Sponsor: $100

Host: $250

 

 

Please make your check payable to:

Mike Smiddy for State Rep.
PO Box 171
Hillsdale, IL 61257

 

Please RSVP to Brian at (563) 210-8979 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



 
‘Joe the Builder’ Offers Simple Tool For Voting in 2012 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ginny Grimsley   
Monday, 27 February 2012 15:25
2012

Remember Joe the Plumber? We met him four years ago when he asked then-candidate Barack Obama about taxing small businesses.

New for 2012: Meet Joe the Builder. He’s got something to say, too, but he’s talking to voters.

Joe Scott, a successful Massachusetts general contractor, is the author of The Joe Dial (www.friendesha.com), a book that boils down observations gleaned from hundreds of thousands of business deals, negotiations and other interpersonal transactions into a simple rule for human analysis. It’s easily applied to every person in the world and it’s “a tried-and-true compass for navigating many a sticky social and family situation,” Scott says.

Apply his Joe Dial to the election process and making a decision couldn’t be easier.

Here’s how it works:

“Every person falls into one of three basic categories,” he says. “They’re either a taker, a giver or a take-and-giver. Figuring out which category a person – or company, community, organization – falls under tells you what your basic approach for dealing with them should be.”

Most people fall somewhere in the middle of the dial. But there are small clusters at both extremes.

• The pure taker: The person who thinks only of himself and what he can get out of another person or a situation. He’s willing to do just about anything to get what he wants. The first signs of a taker are arrogance, lying, exaggerating, bullying and manipulating.

• The pure giver: The generous, empathetic, self-sacrificing person. Pure givers think only of others and will give everything they have, emotionally, physically and financially, to fill a perceived need.

• The giver-takers: They care about themselves and other people, to greater or lesser extents depending where they fall on the spectrum. They may be basically takers with an occasional giving impulse, or people who tend to be empathetic and sharing with a definite streak of selfishness. The most balanced, are people who bob back and forth between the least extreme qualities on the give and take scales: sharing, tolerant and helpful, but not necessarily self-sacrificing, or selfish, expectant and happy to receive but not bullies or thieves.

Scott says once you decide where on the scale a person falls, you know how to deal with them because you can anticipate how they’ll respond.

Scott applied the Joe Dial to politics and found the takers are easily identified: They’re voters who want something for nothing and the politicians willing to say and do anything to get votes.

“Don’t vote for the politician whose message is basically, ‘Vote for me, I’ll give you free,’ ” Scott says. “They’re the candidates who offer lots of freebies, promises they know they can’t deliver. But, because they’re takers, they don’t think twice about lying to get what they want.”

There may also be some extreme givers who believe everyone deserves to have certain things, whether or not they work for them.

“Unfortunately, politicians learned a long time ago that the easiest way to win votes is to promise people free stuff. Not only do they satisfy the existing takers, they create new ones, which means more votes,” Scott says.

Giving more and more freebies -- housing, food, medical care -- is financially unsustainable, he says. Taxing the rich to feed the power ultimately saps the economy of investors and job creators.

Listen for the giver-takers, Scott says. They’re the politicians who may see a need for government intervention but they recognize it must be paid for – by all who benefit. And they have a feasible plan for that.

“I don’t advocate for a particular candidate or even a particular party,” Scott says. “I’m just using the basic rule of human analysis that’s helped me thrive as a builder and a real estate developer.”

About Joe Scott

Joe Scott owns a multi-million-dollar construction and development company, Scott Construction, in Haverhill, Mass. He’s a master carpenter, master mason and real estate developer who’s also a boat captain, licensed jet pilot, lobsterman and father of five. Catch the popular “The Joe Dial Show” on YouTube.

 
The Tea Party Express traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio this week to proudly endorse Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel for U.S. Senate. PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Amy Kremer   
Friday, 24 February 2012 15:02

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Josh Mandel, US Senate Candidate from Ohio
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It is the focus of the Tea Party Express to take conservative control of the U.S. Senate, and we are proud to announce our endorsement of Treasurer Josh Mandel in Ohio’s U.S. Senate race. Josh is the perfect candidate to replace Sherrod Brown, Washington’s most liberal senator according to National Journal.
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Josh Mandel accepting the Tea Party Express endorsement from Chairman Amy Kremer and Chief Strategist Sal Russo at a press conference in Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sherrod Brown is grossly out of touch with the citizens of Ohio and Americans across the nation.  Brown has consistently voted for more spending like ObamaCare and the failed $800 billion stimulus while ignoring the nation’s $15 trillion debt and growing budget deficit.  We need conservative legislators in Washington who understand the dire fiscal situation of our nation and who are willing and able to fix it. As State Treasurer, Josh Mandel was recognized for successfully implementing conservative investment strategies and sharp management of the state’s finances. While our nation under Obama’s leadership was receiving a credit downgrade, Ohio received a credit upgrade thanks to Mandel!
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US Senator Sherrod Brown, a steady supporter of President Obama, Obamacare and the failed stimulus packages
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However, on top of getting our fiscal house in order, we must implement policies that encourage economic growth. Mandel not only campaigns as a conservative, he has the courage to legislate as one. As a city councilmember, Mandel successfully led the charge for one of the state’s only property tax rollbacks ever. He has been a proponent of oil and gas exploration in Ohio that could create up to 200,000 new jobs and has shown commitment to improving the business climate by cutting taxes and letting taxpayers keep more of their hard-earned money.
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Mandel is added to a distinguished list of Senate endorsements from the Tea Party Express for the 2012 election, including Attorney General Jon Bruning in Nebraska, Treasurer Richard Mourdock in Indiana, and former Solicitor General Ted Cruz in Texas.

 
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