South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has tapped Rep. Tim Scott to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Sen. Jim DeMint.
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In my column on Friday, I mentioned a blogger claimed that Haley might be investigated by the Internal Revenue Service. The blogger had no named sources for his claims, so I didn’t link to his column.
Is there a federal war on Republican governors? South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is the latest targeted by the U.S. Dept. of Justice.
The sole source for allegations that have spread like fleas on a barnyard dog is a South Carolina blog written by a guy who worked for the online news site of a Columbia TV station.
SC Governor Nikki Haley won a victory with the National Labor Relation's Board's close of the Boeing case. NLRB withdrew charges over Boeing's decision to build Dreamliners at a plant in South Carolina.
NLRB placed a statement on the government website that reeks of political rhetoric.
South Carolina is a non-forced unionism state.
Boeing's attack was based on complaints filed by the Machinists union in the state of Washington.
Ironically, if you do a search for Haley's statement, you'll come up with numerous news stories suggesting nothing was amiss.
Don't be fooled by legacy media so enamored of progressive causes.
Haley, a Republican and the state's first female governor, fought this battle tooth and nail and she won.
Numerous conservative blogs like The US Report followed this story about big labor from the beginning.
It is likely Obama's NLRB made the decision with 2012 in mind. After all, if a president's policy is to kill jobs, it's hard for him to convince Main Street he wants to create jobs.
Haley issued a statement:
"Finally, today's actions confirm two things we've said all along: the NLRB is nothing more than a rogue agency run by the President's union backers; and that when the feds attack a company in South Carolina they can expect us to fight back, and expect us to win.”
(Op-Ed by Kay B. Day/Dec. 9, 2011)