and stray from your original mission in life, unions: This is basically Scott Walker on a national level. Of course, if the unions provided value, they wouldn’t have to force people to pay dues. (H/T: Instapundit)e UPDATE: let me add this which I bookmarked earlier:
UPDATE: As the Supreme court just decided for Janus and against the unions, this post is appropriate. Best news? SCOTUS rules that public sector union MUST be opt-in for payments. Essentially, this returns freedom to individuals over the unions; no more paycheck protection for unions. ************ “Live Free or Die” – that’s our state motto and …
Boom! For these reasons, States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees. The First Amendment is violated when money is taken from nonconsenting employees for a public-sector union; employees must choose to support the union before anything is taken from them. Accordingly, neither an agency fee nor any other form …
Background: Jonathan Baird works for the Social Security Administration, Dan Williams is a government teacher. Both work in union dominated workplaces; my opinion stems from that and that both of them get the new NFL policy wrong from different viewpoints. Mine? The owners own the teams – they can make policies that their employees have …
The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation (HB 628). Original Blog Page Post can be Found Here
Trevor Louden explains why he believes the next election is the last chance Republicans have to save America. He talks about why the GOP needs evangelicals to win, the consequence of a Democrat victory, and who might be on a Republican dream cabinet.
ICYMI – part two of our interview with Lawrence J. McQuillan, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Entrepreneurial Innovation at the Independent Institute and author of CALIFORNIA DREAMING: Lessons on How to Resolve America’s Public Pension Crisis.
Our guest is Lawrence J. McQuillan, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Entrepreneurial Innovation at the Independent Institute and author of CALIFORNIA DREAMING: Lessons on How to Resolve America’s Public Pension Crisis
Trevor Loudon speaks to the 603 Alliance Grassroots Summit about the Marxist takeover of the unions in America, their takeover Democrat party, and the role of immigration policy in creating a one-party state.
In part II of our conversation with Jazz Shaw we continue with the pension problems in places like Illinois and how their influence and Democrat power politics can ruin an otherwise perfectly good state–making it almost economically uninhabitable.