davidl on January 30th, 2011

The coming battle, from Melissa Maynard, Stateline: Public sector unions have escaped a comparable decline in their ranks, with 36.2 percent of state and local employees still in unions. But an increasingly loud chorus of governors and state legislators may change that. Like Solis, their argument is tied to the need for more and better […]

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Eric Florack on February 10th, 2009

Time to let your voice be heard… loudly and repeatedly. Here’s where.

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davidl on June 27th, 2008

Roger Clegg, National Review, reports that Senate has passed yet another¬†silly and unconstitutoinal apology: On February 26, the Senate passed a “Resolution of Apology to Native Peoples of the United States.”¬† It is now pending in the House of Representatives. First it makes “findings,” one of which is that “the policies of the Federal Government […]

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From the paper that still can’t get over the idea that Hillary Clinton won’t be the next President, the NY Times: When VeraSun Energy inaugurated a new ethanol processing plant last summer in Charles City, Iowa, some of that industry’s most prominent boosters showed up. Leaders of the National Corn Growers Association and the Renewable […]

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