NetRight Daily: Unions, Jobs and The Truth

ObamaCare: How the Unions are "Getting Well":  It's already being called the "Second Louisiana Purchase," but the sad truth is that a controversial payoff to U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu's home state of Louisiana is among the smallest of the thinly-disguised bribes and kickbacks that are being offered in Washington D.C. to secure passage of President Barack Obama's socialized medicine proposal.

VIDEO:  John Boehner asks, "Where are the jobs?".

What is Jarrett Hiding?:  White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett argued Thursday there was no need for Social Secretary Desiree Rogers to testify before a congressional committee investigating the security breach at last week's state dinner, explaining: "We think we've answered the questions fully."

Our First Purple President:  Journalists have spent countless hours writing and discussing how remarkable it is that a predominately white America has elected a black president. It is remarkable that a man born of a white mother would consider himself the first black president. However, based upon the actions of the Obama administration since January 20th, the more remarkable and less publicized story is how the American public really elected a purple president.

Finally, an End to the Huck-sterism:  Here's some free advice for former presidential candidate Mike "Get Out of Jail Free" Huckabee: get yourself a lengthy contract extension at Fox News as soon as you possibly can – because your chances of getting elected to anything other than Podunk Dog Catcher just got reduced to somewhere between of zip and zilch.

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