Daily Archives: December 14, 2012

Virginia May Declare Card Check Unconstitutional

Virginia is moving towards making card-check – the controversial union proposal to replace secret-ballot elections with simple card-signing petitions – unconstitutional in the state. The effort is led by State Sen. Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) who said that “no citizen” should … Continue reading

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No Time for a “Grand Bargain” in Fiscal Cliff Talks

This week, President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) have been trading secret offers on the fiscal cliff. Last night, they met for nearly an hour, and emerged with zipped lips about what progress—if any—they made on averting tax … Continue reading

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Who’s to “Blame” for MIchigan’s Right-to-work Law? The UAW!

Were it not for UAW President Bob King’s introduction of the divisive Prop 2 in November’s campaign, right-to-work would not be an issue today. With his March announcement of a constitutional amendment to ban right-to-work and reverse Republican-led government reforms, sources say … Continue reading

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