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Amazon Workers Soundly Reject Unionization, and NR's Kevin Williamson Highlights Another Great Reason Why: Big-Labor Corruption

We've recently highlighted how right-to-work states, which the Biden Administration and Congressional leftists hope to abolish, dramatically outperform forced-union states in terms of job growth, manufacturing and household consumption.  Worker freedom from Big Labor bosses is a leading reason why in a high-profile vote, Amazon workers in Alabama voted to reject unionization by a 71% to 29% margin last week.

In a phenomenal new piece, National Review's Kevin Williamson offers another reason for rejecting unionization that we mustn't ignore:  big labor bosses' widespread corruption.  Williamson lists a litany of union officials convicted and sentenced for embezzlement and other misuse of members' hard-earned dues - in 2020 alone.  Accordingly, the leftist anti-capitalist drumbeat…[more]

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California’s “Net Neutrality” Law Already Raising Alarm by Imperiling Veterans

California’s “Net Neutrality” Law Already Raising Alarm by Imperiling Veterans

Accordingly, heavy-handed “Net Neutrality” regulations don’t just disrupt broadband investment and internet speeds. They also threaten innovations like the VA’s health app, and innumerable others.

Biden's FDR Delusion

Biden's FDR Delusion

What is really going on is that many Democrats are hoping to use Biden's presidency to 'jam' into law a variety of Democratic agenda items old and new.

The Media's All-In Campaign to Destroy the Filibuster

The Media's All-In Campaign to Destroy the Filibuster

Of the 10 reporters that Joe Biden called on during his first press conference, three asked about the filibuster – though not a single one had any time for a question about COVID-19 or other pressing issues.

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Farmers vs. Union Trespassers

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GameStop Trading Volatility Is No Excuse for Harmful Taxation and Counterproductive Regulation

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Women's History Month: An Interview with the First Ladies Man

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Trading "Green Energy" for Reliability: The Texas Freeze

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Governor Cuomo, Bipartisanship, 2024 and More

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A Chill In the Air: Free Speech and College Campuses

Jude Schwalbach, Research Associate and Project Coordinator at The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Education Policy, discusses the importance of free speech to democracy, how we can return civil discourse to higher education, and the problem with "free speech zones" on college campuses[more]
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"Job growth exploded in March, with 916,000 nonfarm positions added, far outpacing projections. Under ordinary circumstances, politicians would be rushing to microphones to tout the good news.But President Biden never mentioned it. And when Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said economic projections looked great, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi quickly contradicted him.Why? Because telling the truth…[more]
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Is it a reasonable use of taxpayer money for the federal government to provide a new $100 billion in tax credits to purchasers of electric vehicles?