by | Jul 27, 2018

The most closely watched contest in the Aug. 7 elections in Missouri will not be any of the political races; it will be the resolution of an important policy question. In the referendum known as Proposition A, voters will have…

by | Jul 16, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the side of public-sector workers, preventing them from being forced to pay “fair-share fees” for collective bargaining, means a lot of policy organizations will have to revamp their databases. In a post pointing out…

by | Jul 3, 2018

Last week’s Supreme Court ruling that now allows non-union public workers to opt out of paying union “fair-share” fees has Big Labor in a tizzy, but this commonsense free-speech decision has been long overdue. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka called the…

by | Apr 10, 2018

Sitting at a booth at Pizza King Restaurant on Stein Highway, Seaford Mayor David Genshaw stares at his coffee while stirring it. It has only been a short period of time since the big vote and another reason pops into…

by | Feb 27, 2017

Why is Ohio still a forced unionism state, where labor bosses can have workers who refuse to pay union fees fired? As recently as 2012, Ohio was surrounded by forced unionism in every direction; now, workers in only one of…

by | Dec 1, 2016

From celebration to soul-searching, post-election analysis is everywhere. While top-of-the-ballot results dominate headlines and your news feed, don’t miss the dramatic shift that occurred election night in Pennsylvania. Republicans achieved historic majorities in both chambers. In the state House, Republicans will…

by | Aug 19, 2016

As this year’s presidential, congressional and gubernatorial elections approach, the American public can expect a political debate filled with promises to enhance economic growth. As voters weigh the merits of the various proposals, they should consider which policies have worked…

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