Nathan Hale — how much do you love liberty?
I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country. These words, or something very like them, were spoken by Nathan Hale on September 22, 1776, shortly before being hanged by the British for espionage shortly after the Battle of Long Island. Memorial Day is a good time to contemplate the heart and mind of a young patriot who faced death | Read More »
Unions cannot compete in a free market : so hire us or we hurt you
You know what a parasite is, don’t you? In common usage you probably do, but I think a quick lesson in biology is in order, because I use the term in a particular and specific way, and I use it to describe unions in America. But first, today’s example of why unions are the disease-ridden tapeworms that parasitize and infect America, and why Card Check | Read More »