Posts Tagged ‘ War on Coal ’

A Potential Cure for What Ails America

August 11, 2015

by Tom Stark In 1790, in a paper called Of the Study of Law in the United States, a gentleman named James Wilson wrote:  “The first and governing maxim in the interpretation of a statute is to discover the meaning of those who made it.”  Nothing could be truer in the case of the Constitution, […]


Tags: Congress, control, Education, Government, Health Care, states rights, statism, United States Constitution, War on Coal
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Traditional Private Sector Unions Weigh Options For 2012

April 16, 2012

The Democratic Party’s support of Barack Obama may bring costly long-term penalties.   Republicans at one time enjoyed the support of blacks and large parts of labor. Upon the onset of the Great Depression, those workers and minorities perceived that the GOP no longer seemed to concern itself with their issues. Republicans were more and […]


Tags: Barack Obama, Cecil Roberts, EPA, Lisa Jackson, Richard Trumka, War on Coal
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Obama Gives West Virginia Senator the Republican Treatment

April 4, 2012

About six weeks ago, veteran Washington Examiner reporter Michael Barone described Barack Obama in the following fashion: “Obama seems to live in a cocoon in which Republicans are largely absent, offscreen actors that no one pays any attention to.”   West Virginia junior senator Joe Manchin expressed the same frustrations on April 3 during a […]


Tags: Barack Obama, Joe Manchin, Michael Barone, Nick Joe Rahall, War on Coal
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