Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Right to Work

“The Right to Work” and Union Labor in Wisconsin and Indiana has become a big issue.  Democrats in the respective state legislatures have run to Illinois to avoid voting on these issues (actually, they have fled to basically hold their states hostage).  At issue is the discussion over making Unionization voluntary rather than forced upon employees in certain jobs.

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The Right to Work

“The Right to Work” and Union Labor in Wisconsin and Indiana has become a big issue.  Democrats in the respective state legislatures have run to Illinois to avoid voting on these issues (actually, they have fled to basically hold their states hostage).  At issue is the discussion over making Unionization voluntary rather than forced upon employees in certain jobs.

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Incorrect outrage over Congressional Health Care

In the past few weeks I have noticed a rise in the popularity of a common misperception: free health-care for our US Senators and Representatives.  Furthermore, some even carry it forward to their staffs (this also goes along with the “Congressional Employees and Officials do not pay into Social Security but receive all the benefits).

Simply put, this is 100% false.

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