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Taste of the Future

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John Podhoretz puts a new angle on the New York City bus strike, predicting other cities will experience the same sort of trouble as public sector union bosses lose more and more power.  Here’s the story in the New York Post.    There’s a major labor action going on in New York City…(Read More)

From Michelle Malkin, a short overview on union violence, including the incidents which accompanied passage of Michigan’s Right to Work Law.   Not so many moons ago, President Obama urged us all to “make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.” He Who…(Read More)

Mostly Peaceful . . . Not

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MLive’s pallid description of some of the violence that accompanied Michigan workers’ bid for freedom:           The protest was mostly peaceful, but included state police in riot gear, a clash in which a tent used by right-to-work boosters was torn down, and at least three misdemeanor arrests — all…(Read More)