Heather Ginsberg

Posted January 25, 2014

Obviously history repeats itself when people don’t pay attention to it. After the shooting at Sandy Hook, newspapers began to print the names and addresses of the gun permit owners in various areas.

Posted January 23, 2014

With President Obama’s State of the Union address coming up next week, themes are starting to be release by senior officials.

Posted January 21, 2014

Senator David Vitter of Louisiana announced this morning that he will run for governor of Louisiana in 2015.

Posted January 20, 2014

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius knows how to spend her Martin Luther King Jr. Day: by pushing Obamacare down the American peoples’ throats. No matter what the occasion, the Obama administration doesn’t miss a single opportunity to beat the drum for Obamacare.

Posted January 19, 2014

Climate change has been a popular topic of conversation lately and it appears the United Nations is taking a stand on the environmental changes. The UN climate chief, Christiana Figueres, also apparently knows about how government systems affect the climate. Oh wait, no she doesn’t.

Posted January 19, 2014

TIME Magazine has never been one to shy away from political theatre or hide their bias, but the newest cover is a bit more.

Posted January 16, 2014

Hollywood is no stranger to liberal allies, and the latest news from Tinseltown shouldn’t come as a surprise, but that doesn’t mean it hurts any less.

Posted January 15, 2014

As if it wasn’t obvious before, we now have a liberal leaning think tank blaming Senate Democrats for all the trouble the government has been having lately.

Posted January 14, 2014

The former head of the Department of Transportation seems a bit confused about which party he represented at one time and now, has clearly joined the party of the President he worked under instead.

Posted January 13, 2014

As the number of staffers on Capitol Hill should roughly be split in party allegiance, you might think that half of them love Obamacare.

Posted January 12, 2014

After Democrats were making such a big deal over the vote for extending unemployment benefits, you’d think they would all make sure to be there for the vote.

Posted January 09, 2014

Whether you support Colorado’s recent change of policy when it comes to marijuana use and distribution, we are all still very aware that federal policy has not changed.

Posted January 08, 2014

Many have wondered for a while now whether taxpayer money was being used for inappropriate purposes over at Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. It appears that we now have solid proof that this is actually happening!

Posted January 07, 2014

JPMorgan is once again emptying their pockets over serious financial mishandlings it oversaw in the past several years. After Bernard Madoff went off to jail for his Ponzi scheme where he defrauded investors of more than $18 billion, many families were left down and out.

Posted January 06, 2014

Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee is bringing an important issue to the forefront of policy debate.

Posted January 05, 2014

With Congress basically working every other day and getting nothing done, you might expect that lobbyists are down and out right now. But it seems that even though Congress won’t be getting anything done in the new year, lobbyists are doing just fine.

Posted January 02, 2014

One of the nation’s largest producers of gun magazines made a major announcement today. They are leaving Colorado and moving their operations to Wyoming and Texas, all because of the new gun laws in Colorado.

Posted December 24, 2013

As Americans continue to find out more about what is actually in Obamacare, it seems that many don’t like what they find! The latest poll from CNN shows that support for Obamacare is plunging, especially among female respondents.

Posted December 23, 2013

Last night on “60 Minutes”, we may finally have found a real hard-hitting interview. Well it may not have been that hard-hitting, but Susan Rice certainly did make a serious effort to dig a deep grave for herself.

Posted December 22, 2013

Following protests earlier this month by many fast food workers across the country, it seems necessary to once again look at the economics involved with the minimum wage.