The Morning Links (11/7)

These are the Morning Links for November 7, 2011    

The Lady’s Recent Articles:

The Lady’s Picks:

Attention: The Golfer-In-Chief hit the Greens this Sunday for Round 86.

The “Must Read” Article:

Occupy Blue Wall Street?

Excerpts:

“Together with a string of other recent cases, the Bronx case suggests that a culture of corruption and entitlement has spread through the ranks of the thin blue line.  Worse, it is clear that police union officials are the mainstay of the illegal ticket fixing enterprise, so much so that prosecutors considered indicting the union as a corrupt organization under racketeering laws.”

“For Blue Wall Street the conflict between the interests of the private sector and the power of the government does not really exist.  The symbiosis between Blue Wall Street and the state is strong and deep. The pension funds, bond issues and other financial transactions that blue city and state governments need helps nourish Blue Wall Street; Blue Wall Street helps integrate the policy agenda of other government focused interest groups with larger national priorities and movements.  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are the archetypes of this symbiosis: they are government-backed forces in the capital markets built around support for the single most important American social program of the blue period: home ownership. “

#OccupyWhateverStreet:

Campaign 2012:

Vote In Lady Liberty’s Poll:

Please vote, it is coming down around Thanksgiving.

Peace and Tolerance:

Laugh or Cry, this is the Video Of The Day:

(H/T Sharp Elbows)

About ladyliberty1885

I'm a Conservative minded mother and wife living in the Triangle area of NC. I began writing in 2009 via my LadyLiberty1885 blog. My writing can also be found at DaTechGuy, StopCommonCoreNC.org, TheConMom and at WizBang, among others. I participated in Glenn Beck's Common Core Call to Action, "We Will Not Conform" at the PR/Messaging table in July, 2014. I also write science fiction novellas that are, as of yet, unpublished and dabble in other genres from time to time.
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