NetRight Daily: Health Care, Card Check and More

The Mirage of Bi-partisan Health Care Meetings:  With the seating of newly elected Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, Barack Obama has now agreed to hold televised meetings with Republicans and Democrats on health care reform. This feeble attempt by Obama and the Democrats to look bipartisan is nothing more than calculated damage control trying to prevent the inevitable losses in the coming 2010 mid-term elections.

A Vote for Becker is a Vote for Card Check:  Becker, who works as a lawyer for the AFL-CIO, previously published an opinion stating that union-election rules, such as those addressed by card check, should be rewritten by the National Labor Relations Board to favor labor, without the consent of Congress.

The New Discrimination:  The election of a president of mixed race was supposed to mark an end to discrimination in America. Instead it has ushered in a new era of blatant discrimination.

Letting the Public Sector Sleep in Peace:  Newly seated Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has triggered a firestorm by having the audacity to go on ABC's "This Week" and suggest: "We need to put a freeze on federal hires and federal raises because, as you know, federal employees are making twice as much as their private counterparts."

N.C. Schools:  "Those who erase history...":  It is one thing to forget, ignore or misinterpret our nation's history, but a group of uber-liberal educrats in North Carolina is taking the radical revisionism of America one step further. These politically-correct, taxpayer-funded "thought police" are actually trying to erase American history from our children's textbooks.

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