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ALG's Daily Grind - Time to rein in the NLRB 


Sept. 2, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted. 

Time to rein in the NLRB
It's time for Congress to step up and take back power from the rogue agency that the NLRB has become.

In view of Burger King, how to keep American jobs here
Burger King to move headquarters to Canada to avert the highest corporate tax rate in the world. Holder cut left-wing groups in on $17 billion Bank of America Deal
"If there are leftover funds in four years, the settlement stipulates the money will go to Interest on Lawyers' Trust Account (IOLTA), which provides legal aid for the poor and supports left-wing causes, and NeighborWorks of America, which provides affordable housing and funds a national network of left-wing community organizers operating in the mold of Acorn."


Sep022014 Political Headlines - September 2, 2014 

The Boston Globe





Here are the top political headlines from today:


Rubens For US Senate - Conway Daily Sun Endorses Rubens  

I was honored to receive the endorsement of the Conway Daily Sun.  In the piece, they call my ideas "new and exciting".and that I have earned the endorsement through my "accompishments and dedication to New Hampshire".  Please click here to read the full piece.

This endorsement, like all the others I have received, speaks to the momentum in my campaign, and that I am the candidate who can beat Jeanne Shaheen and bring Republican principles to Washington.  Please share this with your friends and neighbors.

This weekend I was also endorsed by two of the most knowledgeable and thoughtful Republicans in New Hampshire.  Harold Turner is President/CEO of the H L Turner Group.  He has served on the board of the NH BIA and is currently on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  

Gene Van Loan is a Constitutional Scholar and 2013 Lawyer of the Year in New Hampshire.  He has led numerous community organizations from the Easter Seals to the YMCA.  He has been legal counsel for US Senate candidates.  His writing was a consummate rebuttal of the NH Supreme Court's Claremont II decision ordering the legislature to define and fund education adequacy.

I appreciate the support of these thoughtful leaders.  As the name ID gap has tightened over the past month due to the millions of dollars being spent on TV, radio, and digital in support of my candidacy, people are taking a look at which candidate is the most thoughtful, has the boldest solutions, and who has proven themselves for New Hampshire.  I am that candidate and I ask for your support on September 9th.





Finally, I point you to this Washington Post piece profiling my campaign and identifying me as the only candidate in the country seriously talking about corruption in Washington and presenting a solution in the form of campaign finance reform.  It is a message that is resonating with voters in New Hampshire and across the country.  It is time to send someone to Washington who is unhindered by special interest and is allowed to solve the country's big problems.




In Case You Missed It:

Scott Brown: We Need True Leadership To Defeat ISIS

MANCHESTER – On WMUR's CloseUp this morning, Scott Brown emphasized the need to have strong leadership in order to defeat ISIS.

On Friday, Brown called on Congress to pass a bill stripping the citizenship of any Americans fighting alongside ISIS - a measure he had introduced twice during his time in the Senate.

Click here to watch


JOSH MCELVEEN: Let's talk about the issues today and central to that might be the situation with ISIS. Couple schools of thought here, some think that best approach here is to seal our borders off and let the world burn down around us more or less. Others think we have to take the fight to ISIS. You're in the latter camp, which raises the question, to what degree do we go after them?
SCOTT BROWN: Well they beheaded one of our citizens. They want to go down Pennsylvania Ave. and put a flag in the White House and President Obama say they're the JV. No, his own Secretary of Defense says they're real and they’re well-funded and well-armed, and as a matter of fact, we have citizens right now -- I filed a bill four years ago to strip people like that, like that are fighting for and with ISIS right now who have left their citizenship at the door. I’ve filed a bill, I’m going to refile it when I get re-elected it to go down there and make sure we strip that citizenship because they don't deserve the protections and guarantees of a U.S. citizen and the Constitution, they're hiding behind it. To think they can actually use their American passport, fight for ISIS, use their American passport and come into our country, it is not going to happen as long as I’m going to be there. And once again, Senator Shaheen, as a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, has backed those failed policies of President Obama 99% of the time. We need a true independent leadership and a check and balance to those failed policies.
MCELVEEN: What do you think about the immediate problem of ISIS?
BROWN: Finally the President has done what I called for for a while. You need to do targeted air strikes and dismantle their command and control structure, go after their supply lines. We have to work with our Arab League partners and we need to arm the Kurds and have the Iraqis be able to regroup and push back because their goal is to export terrorism around the region and the world. Our goal is to make sure that doesn’t happen. We can put our heads in the sand and call them the JV or we can actually do something. I quite frankly, don't want to see them plant a flag in the White House and I also don’t want to see them continue to murder our citizens.
MCELVEEN: Should every option remain on the table, do you think?
BROWN: In any conflict every option should be on the table. Of course, we are a leader but we are having trouble. I want to run, and I’m running to help restore America to the economic and military power that it once was. 


Public Citizen - Activists Hold Portsmouth “Democracy is For All” Rally 

Activists from National Organizations Will Urge Sen. Ayotte to Back Constitutional Amendment Curbing Money in Politics – Vote Is Sept. 8


Portsmouth, NH — Activists representing nationwide organizations, including Public Citizen, Political Action, People For the American Way, CREDO Action and Common Cause, will deliver 10,500 petitions from New Hampshire’s residents to U.S. Sen. Ayotte (R - NH) office on Sept. 3 asking her to back a constitutional amendment to curb the flood of money in politics.


Fifty U.S. senators support the Democracy For All constitutional amendment (S.J. Res 19), which would establish that Congress and the states have the power to regulate and limit election spending. However, Ayotte has yet to add her name to the list, and is the only New Hampshire congressional delegate to not already pledge support for such an amendment, although just this year 54 New Hampshire towns, mostly in Republican areas, have officially declared their support and asked her to do the same. Activists will urge the senator to become the 51st supporter and to support the amendment on September 8 when the Senate considers it.


The amendment is in response to the U.S. Supreme Court rulings in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (FEC) and McCutcheon v. FEC. In Citizens United, the court gave corporations the green light to spend unlimited sums to influence elections. As a result, spending by outside groups – those not affiliated with campaigns – skyrocketed. In McCutcheon, the court struck down the aggregate campaign spending limits, allowing the super-wealthy to contribute millions of dollars directly to candidates, political parties and joint fundraising committees.

Dozens of organizations nationwide have collected approximately 3 million signatures calling for Citizens United to be overturned. Sixteen states, approximately 550 cities and towns, and more than 160 former and current members of Congress and President Barack Obama have indicated support for the amendment. It’s time Ayotte gets on board.



WHEN:          11:00 am, Wednesday, Sept. 3


WHERE:       Kelly Ayotte’s Portsmouth office, 14 Manchester Square, Portsmouth, NH 03801


VISUALS:     Leftist Marching Band, Signs, Boxes containing the petitions