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      Symposium: Will the Court continue to recognize a distinction between bargaining with government and lobbying the government? SCOTUSblog.com, August 25, 2015 Leaving aside the positive impact on public policy of reducing the unique power and financial resources of public-sector unions, the Friedrichs decision will have profound implications for the First…(Read More)

Ohio Governor Kasich has caved to Big Labor demands to keep Ohio workers under union rule.  The Wall Street Journal’s Neil King, Jr.,  has the story.   Job growth is up. The Republican governor just signed what he calls “the biggest tax cut in the country” after converting a looming $7.7 billion budget…(Read More)

Guy Benson, Townhall’s Political Editor, remarks on Jim Hoffa’s Threats over the passage of a Right to Work Bill in Michigan yesterday.    Yes, this is the same elegant creature who screeched about “taking out” Tea Party “son-of-a-bitches” [sic] at a presidential event last year.  In case you’d forgotten, both…(Read More)

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