Opposition to making Missouri the 25th workplace freedom state is driven by union bosses, who currently have the power to take mandatory dues from Missourians in unionized workplaces.
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Missouri could soon become the third U.S. state to implement workplace freedom since 2012, joining the 24 states where workers are already protected from being forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment.
Rather than being the sign of a vibrant economy, the falling unemployment rate is actually an arithmetic artifact of the BLS head-counting process.
While reporting on Robertson’s GQ interview, the paper implied Robertson is not only a bigot towards gay men, but also racist. But that’s not what he said.
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) is calling for $559 billion in tax hikes over the next three years, with all new revenue funneled into infrastructure spending.
The fact-checking outfit PolitiFact may have just performed the “flip-flop” of the year. They switched their rating of Obama’s health insurance reform rhetoric from 2008 to 2013.
If it walks like a tax, quacks like a tax, and sticks its grubby little fingers into your wallet like a tax, it’s probably a tax.
Fast-food customers in as many as 200 American cities who encounter protesters today demanding a federal minimum wage increase to $15 per hour may want to know who, exactly, is driving the “Fight For 15” campaign.
“If there were ever an example of an abuse of power, this is it,” declared then-Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). That was then. But this is now.
Main Street Advocacy, an organization created expressly to fight limited-government groups who challenge Republican Party officials, launched its first advertisement on November 6.