They Shoot Deserters, Don’t They?

Erica Holloway Erica Holloway 11 Comments

Not satisfied with holding the Legislature hostage, union leaders in Wisconsin now seem bent on calling for a general strike. I’d point out the history of striking against the public, which is illegal, and how it never bodes well for the union. But this article from The New American does the heavy lifting for me. Writing in Liberation, the official …

Some Reminders About the Wisconsin Debate

B-Daddy B-Daddy 3 Comments

To clarify a few points on the debate in Wisconsin. Collective Bargaining is not a “right.” If it was, federal workers would have the right, they do not. Collective Bargaining is not a “right.” If it was, then all state employees in the U.S. would have the right, they do not. Collective Bargaining is not a “right.” Nowhere is it …

Federal govt bans its own employees from unionizing

Richard Rider, Chairman, San Diego Tax Fighters Richard Rider, Chairman, San Diego Tax Fighters Leave a Comment

Here’s a Wall St. Journal “must read” article concerning government employee labor unions. Trust me. Technically, the federal employees CAN join labor unions. But they cannot negotiate either pay or benefits. And workers cannot be compelled to join, nor to pay dues. The Wisconsin bill allows the employee labor unions to negotiate pay, but not benefits. So it turns out …

The ‘hitmen’ of SD Rostra need a “beer summit” with Two Cathedrals

Ryan Purdy Ryan Purdy 7 Comments

The call to “civil discourse” was never anything more than a call to censorship of the right. The local “progressive” blog Two Cathedrals objected to my use of “hitmen.”  I used it to describe the men of the left who are coming after Darrell Issa.  Never mind that the liberal allies of these particular operatives have bragged that Averell “Ace” …

My Newest Hero

B-Daddy B-Daddy 1 Comment

. . . after Mutnodjmet is Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, pictured at left in a photo from his successful gubernatorial campaign. He has taken aim at the public employee unions in his state, and outrage has ensued. If only Jerry Brown would follow suit.Walker has taken the sensible stance that public employee unions should have limited bargaining rights and should …