With Ambush Elections In Effect, Obama’s NLRB Now Turns To Target Right-To-Work Laws
Within the same week of implementing their so-called “ambush election rules,” the union attorneys controlling the National Labor Relations Board announced, in an invitation for “interested” parties to file briefs, that they are ready to attack the growingly popular Right-to-Work laws that are currently in 25 states. On Thursday, April 16th, the NLRB announced on its website that it is inviting briefs to help determine | Read More »
Daredevil Reviewed: “I am the ill intent”
I have previously given my initial assessment of Daredevil a few episodes in and want to flesh that out more now that I have seen the whole show. One of the great criteria I’ve noticed with friends who have wives or girlfriends who watch this sort of show with them is how far must they go to suspend disbelief. With Daredevil, you do not have | Read More »
Hal Heiner for Governor of Kentucky
In the race for Governor of Kentucky, I have contributed $250.00 to Hal Heiner’s campaign and support him for Governor. I do not know him. I know some people around him. But I have been paying close attention to Heiner, his positions, and the state of the race. Heiner already has a 14 point lead. He is running a very solid race. I do like | Read More »
Why I stopped reading Gary Hart’s piece on oligarchy.
Gary Hart actually thinks that more free speech is bad. Thank God he imploded back then, huh?
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IBM opposes religious liberty
Louisiana is currently in the process of enhancing religious liberty in the state, with the full backing of Governor Bobby Jindal. House Bill 707 by Representative Mike Johnson. IBM, which has been doing some growing in Louisiana, sent a letter to legislative leaders and Jindal opposing the bill. IBM has made significant investments in Louisiana including most recently a technology services delivery center in Baton | Read More »
Obama to Americans in Yemen: You’re on Your Own
As we all should know by now, the official government of Yemen fell earlier this year. Among those caught in the chaos that has ensued are a number of American citizens living in the country. The United States has evacuated its troops stationed at an air base in the country, but the fate of those not working for our government are locked in limbo. Writing | Read More »
Tech at Night: Net Neutrality will hurt the poor
Who benefits the most from competition and innovation in Internet services? The people who have the most need to save money: the poor. Further they more than anyone have the need to use the Internet to save money and to seek opportunity. They need cheap Internet. And Net Neutrality will take it away from them.
More fallout in Boston from the slow-motion collapse of Big Wind.
Massachusetts now has to pay for Big Green’s 113 million wind farm boondoggle.
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Jeb Bush is Not Ready for Prime Time
Way back when the Scott Walker campaign was first getting going and was stealing a not inconsiderable amount of momentum from the Jeb Inevitability Tour, he took a trip to England as part of his actual job as governor of Wisconsin. While there, he was asked a stupid and pointless question about evolution, which he refused to answer on the grounds that it was irrelevant | Read More »
College Students: Vote for Hillary because she’s a Woman
As the first week of Hillary Clinton’s official campaign for President draws to a close, she has still been very hesitant to lay out a policy agenda. She claims it’s because she wants more voter input, but ultimately, it’s almost certainly because she doesn’t want people to know what she believes. After all, taking a star on a controversial issue might scare away voters. Nevertheless, | Read More »
Jeb Bush: you wingnuts don’t hate me enough so take this
Via Politico: Jeb Bush says that the Senate should confirm the nomination of Loretta Lynch, President Barack Obama’s choice for attorney general. A number of Senate Republicans oppose her nomination. “I think presidents have the right to pick their team,” Bush said, according to reports of his stop at the “Politics and Pie” forum in Concord, New Hampshire, on Thursday night. The former Florida governor | Read More »
Friday Open Thread: Questionable School Lunches Edition
Alright everyone, it’s Friday. We’re almost at the end of the week. We’ve managed to make it through tax day–or at least I hope you have, but we can never be to sure with the IRS–and can no focus on the rest of our lives for the next few months. Right now, though, it’s close to lunch time if you live on the East Coast, | Read More »
Greek Crisis Worries Eurozone, Sends Markets Tumbling
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the latest problems in Greece, why they’re shaking the markets and if it inches them closer to leaving the Eurozone.
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Dear Madam Yesterday
Back in 1979, Ronald Reagan first announced his intentions to run for office by releasing a video. That is how it was done back then. It was not really that much of a surprise that you would use yesterday’s campaign tactic to declare your intentions last week. Then you got in a van for a road trip. The press called it “spontaneous.” Some members of | Read More »
Matt Micciche, Friends School of Baltimore, and the Intolerant Left
The Washington Post ran a profile the other day of my friend Ryan Anderson. Ryan is perhaps the leading voice in the country in support of traditional marriage. He makes a very forceful, but also very civil argument, in defense of it. His work has been quoted by members of the United States Supreme Court. Ryan is one of the politest people you will meet | Read More »