New Survey Finds Target's customer satisfaction Plunging

Draw Down Continues: Kellogg’s Laying Off Over 200 in Minnesota

Kellogg’s announced on Tuesday its decision to pull ads from conservative media giant because its 45 million monthly readers are not “aligned with our values as a company.”

Boycotting mainstream American ideas is an act of discrimination and intense prejudice. If you serve Kellogg’s products to your family, you are serving up bigotry at your breakfast table.




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Obama's Conn. Social Security Number hits Rush Limbaugh..

05/09/2012 09:50
by Joe Kovacs {World Net Daily}   Rush Limbaugh, the nation’s top-rated radio talk-show host, briefly brought up the issue of Barack Obama’s potentially criminal use of a Connecticut-based Social Security Number, since the president has never lived in the Constitution State. While speaking with a caller named Rob about Obama’s alleged deception of citizens, Limbaugh tossed out the question: “What are your thoughts on the fact Obama’s Social Security Number is from Connecticut and he’s never been there?”    Rob responded, “That’s what you call a red flag. A red flag is also, ‘First of all, I don’t need to give you my birth certificate,’ and...

Proctor and Gamble Joins Anti-Conservative ALEC Boycott

05/08/2012 07:27
by Judy Kent   Another Major Corporation Shows Its True Color, Joins Anti-Conservative Boycott of ALEC ALEC Had Supported Voter Integrity Programs Supported by 70 Percent of the American Public, Including Most Democrats Proctor and Gamble Sides with Ultra-Left, Joins Anti-Conservative ALEC Boycott Washington, D.C. -  Color of Change, a radical left-wing organization that has been making false racism allegations against supporters of Voter ID, has announced that a 13th corporation, Proctor and Gamble, has joined the anti-conservative boycott of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national networking organization of elected state legislators that will...

Warren Buffett's Snide Attack on Fox News

05/07/2012 10:35
by Judy Kent   Warren Buffett Critical of Fox News Channel at Shareholder Meeting Doubles-Down on Goal to Increase Taxes, But Plan Differs from Obama's Avoids Question on Keystone Pipeline by National Center for Public Policy Research by Limiting  Shareholder Questions      Omaha, NE / Washington, D.C. -  Today, at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, Warren Buffett stood by his support for a soak-the-rich tax policy in response to shareholder questions, made a snide reference to the Fox News Channel and made a sharp distinction between his own version of the so-called 'Buffett Rule' and...
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Featured Podcast: WI State Sen. David Craig: Reining in Policing for Profit


Heartland Institute Research Fellow Jesse Hathaway talks with Wisconsin state Sen. David Craig about why civil asset forfeiture reform is needed in the Badger State. Wisconsin legislators are considering a bill, sponsored by Craig, curbing the ability of law enforcement officials to seize private property from suspected criminals. Craig’s bill removes the “policing for profit” motive inherent in the current law by requiring all asset forfeiture proceeds go to Wisconsin schools instead of local law enforcement agencies. LISTEN TO MORE