Fiscal Responsibility Could Make Labor Our Friends (But Not Their Organizers)
We should protect laborers by passing a law in Nov that says unions shall not spend money on campaign contributions, PACs, lobbyists, etc unless they have their pension funds paid up to 97%. That would include unions that represent labor groups with state/civic-funded pensions. That would drive a handy wedge between the workers and the union bosses and get unions using what little political influence | Read More »
Crikey. Nuance. Now We Have ‘Climate Justice’
(h/t: Powerline) When we had God in our public lives, it used to be assumed that his sunlight, or his rain, would fall on everybody. In our newly nuanced times, that is surely no longer the case. Dartmouth announced today that an assistant professor had received at $300,000 grant to study climate justice. “We are working to develop the tools and means of | Read More »
Is Holder the Actual Coward?
Dear Mr. Holder, Your boss is eager to promote “economic justice” and “social justice”. Last I looked, you are already the head of the Justice Department. Neat thought huh? So imagine my surprise when I went to race.usdoj.gov and learned that that there was no race discussion at that web address. Nada forhttp://www.usdoj.gov/race as well. You could start the discussion that you so courageously suggest, did | Read More »