What Other Cities Can Learn from Detroit’s Bankruptcy
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Cate Long to discuss Detroit’s bankruptcy, the state constitutional challenges it faces and what other cities can learn from Detroit.
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Union Hypocrisy: AFL-CIO Conveniently Ignores The Union-Related Inferno That Killed 97 People
For all their bantering about the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire being symbolic of “labor’s martyred heroes” (even though no union was involved) we are reminded that, for today’s union bosses and their allies on the Left to ignore the deaths of 97 others caused by union militants speaks volumes about the hypocrisy and shallow callousness embodied by today’s Left.
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Puerto Rican voters call for statehood! …Mostly. Sort of. Not really at all, actually.
Amidst all the ballyhoo of the Presidential election came this bit of contradiction: Puerto Rico wants to become the 51st state of the US Voters in Puerto Rico have supported a non-binding referendum to become a full US state. …and this: …Tuesday’s vote comes with an asterisk and an imposing political reality: The island remains bitterly divided over its relationship to the United States and | Read More »
Tech at Night: AT&T, T-Mobile competition roundup, Verizon sues the FCC over Net Neutrality for keeps this time [Fixed]
So, Net Neutrality has been published. Now nothing can stop Verizon’s lawsuit over the illegal power grab. Remember: the FCC has tried this before, when they went after Comcast. They lost. It’s not unreasonable to expect them to lose again. Meanwhile, federalism continues to be trashed as Puerto Rico jumps into the game. They don’t want to pay taxes but they want to block our | Read More »
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