Alpha News: Republican Farmer Labor Caucus Gets Cease And Desist Letter From DFL

By: Christine Bauman

Via: Alpha News

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Republican Farmer Labor Caucus is ruffling feathers within the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, receiving a cease and desist letter from the DFL less than a week after establishing the group.

The Republican Farmer Labor Caucus, or RFL, was recently formed by a small group of Republican state lawmakers who believe Democrats are out of touch with rural Minnesota. The RFL, which has a Facebook page, was created as a way for lawmakers to interact with constituents about issues important to farmers and laborers.

Rep. Jeremy Munson (R-Lake Crystal), one of the founding members of the RFL, believes Democrats have “shifted so far to the extreme” that the DFL no longer represents rural Minnesota, particularly on issues like agriculture and mining.

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Keith Ellison Joins DNC Lawsuit

By: Thomas Haler (Minnesota Free State)

Radical leftist and DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison has joined the lawsuit filed by the DNC.  The suit is against the Trump campaign, the Russian government, and Wikileaks for collusion in the 2016 election.

The lawsuit is likely the result of Mueller’s Russian Probe coming up empty handed.  There are even a few Democrats voicing concerns over the lawsuit.  Saying it is going to take important resources away from the mid-terms.

Do you think the Democrats should just give up on Russian collusion?  After all the evidence is pointing toward them being the ones who concluded with the Russians.  During the Uranium One deal.

Read the lawsuit here.

Keith Ellison via Twitter:

“As Americans, it is our duty to respond when our democracy is attacked. The DNC is filing this lawsuit because Russia, and anyone who supported their interference in the 2016 election, must be held accountable.”

 

Keith Ellison wants a maximum wage.

By: Thomas Haler (Minnesota Free State)

During a the interview Congressman Keith Ellison reassured everyone that his statement was not a joke. He had just stated his support for a maximum wage, and had earlier supported a universal basic income.

He would achieve that redistribution by raising taxes on the successful and hardworking alike. Saying “if you make more than 20 times more than the people that actually make the products and do the services of your company, then we’re going to tax you more.”

He went on to give an example of McDonald’s CEO making $9,000 per hour. While his employees fight for $15. Also stating “why can’t the CEO make $300 an hour”

Ellison did not state any specifics on the universal basic income, but he did say that “I don’t think that universal basic income means that people sit around.”

That’s where Ellison is wrong. Those two programs will do nothing, but punish hard working Americans. If they were ever to be implemented they would achieve one goal though.

That goal would be income equality. Sadly, its not a perfect world, and it won’t be the equality that the left envisions. It will do nothing more than make everyone equally poor.

As seen in all socialist countries it may work in the short term, but will always collapse after the hardworking are final run out.