(Really good scoop thanks to the Associated Builders and Contractors in Louisiana. They recognize that with about 97 percent of the construction industry in the private sector these special interests sops to organized labor will lock out most of their workers.) In a pre-emptive move aimed against pre-hire construction agreements that favor union shops, Sen. [...]
Archive for April, 2011
The battle for property rights has finally been joined by the free market
BP’s rhetorical overtures to green causes may have deflected attention away from reckless business practices
The Foundation for Land and Liberty is a new non-profit that offers technical help and legal assistance to property owners who have had dealings with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and other environmental groups that conspire with the government to seize private property. This report goes into some detail about the latest developments.
Louisiana health officials estimate that it will cost the state over $7 billion to implement ObamaCare over a 10 year period. They have also included that over 230,000 state residents will be forced off their private insurance and into Medicaid. As the new federal health care law marks its one year anniversary, states are coming [...]
Gov. Chris Christie does not talk like a Republican. Instead of placating political opponents as is typically the case with his gentile, bipartisan predecessors, his framing the debate in N.J. around hard fiscal realities that voters understand and appreciate. Revolution is not to a big word to describe the transformative influence he is having in [...]