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Wisconsin Battle Transcends Unions
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Wisconsin Battle Transcends Unions

The protests in Wisconsin remind us of issues that transcend unions, pensions and budgets.  It is the often neglected principles of the rule of law and fairness.  As former AFL-CIO president George Meany noted, “It is impossible to bargain collectively with government.”

02/22/2011
Employee No Choice Act: Update
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Employee No Choice Act: Update

Jan 2nd the WSJ had an interesting piece suggesting that a Dem majority might keep card check at bay.  While that might seem like an oxymoron of sorts, the op-ed did raise some thought-provoking points and suggested that the specter of card check actually passing might keep some former supporters at bay.

01/04/2009
A Very Merry Belated Labor Day
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A Very Merry Belated Labor Day

In keeping with Labor Day traditions the nation over, yesterday many got a day off to reflect on all the wonderous things labor unions have done for America - most notably, getting us a day off at the end of the summer - but also prevailing wage, increased costs, and lower productivity.

09/02/2008
Made in China: Free trade helps all
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Made in China: Free trade helps all

Did you grow your own sugar? Did you build your own laptop? Maybe, but odds are you didn't. You almost certainly traded money for sugar and your laptop. We buy things because we don't have the time, resources or know-how to make them ourselves. Heck, sometimes, we're just too lazy, (thank God for Domino's Pizza). A sensible person will always buy a product if it's cheaper than making it himself. This is why countries trade as well. A nation will buy goods from another if it is cheaper than making them at home. I like free trade. You should, too.

11/25/2007

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