Private-sector labor unions ought to be subject to First Amendment restrictions on government action. The widely publicized dispute over whether private social media platforms should be subject to First Amendment restrictions regarding viewpoint discrimination suggests similar questions arise in the case of private-sector labor unions under the 1935 National Labor Relations Act (NLRA as amended).
AMC Foolishness Comes At A Dear Cost Authored by Michael Lebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, “For one thing, in a world of free money, there’s almost no penalty for being a numbskull. And no reward for prudence. You run your business at a loss? No problem. Just borrow whatever you need.” – Bill Bonner In Undermining Capitalism with
While unoccupied, a ship is but ordinary inert matter, but when manned by skilled personnel and commanded by a competent captain, she comes to life.
US Services Surveys Signal Stagflation As Prices Soar After a mixed bag on the Manufacturing side, (ISM at 2021 lows; PMI at record high), the Services sector did the same… but mirrored. Markit’s Services sector survey slipped to its weakest since February (down from 64.6 to 59.9 in the final July print) ISM’s Services sector
The following article, Ben Shapiro: When does the COVID-19 panic end?, was first published on BizPac Review. Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. Two weeks to slow the spread. That was the original rationale for the lockdowns, masking and […] Continue reading Ben Shapiro: When does the COVID-19 panic end?
The following article, Michelle Malkin: The worst O-limp-ics ever, was first published on BizPac Review. Never have so many won so many accolades for so few real achievements on the world stage. That about sums up the Olympics 2021 — or, as […] Continue reading Michelle Malkin: The worst O-limp-ics ever …
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Missouri GOP Rep. Billy Long is going after the state’s open Senate seat, according to a new filing with the Federal Election Commission. The post GOP Rep. Billy Long joins Missouri Senate race appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
Japanese Government Starts “Naming And Shaming” Quarantine Rulebreakers The Olympics are in full swing and COVID cases have continued to climb in Tokyo (and across Japan). And while top medical officials, including the head of the Japan Medical Association, call for a nationwide state of emergency to contain a surge in COVID-19 cases in Tokyo
Infrastructure Bill Mandates Drunk-Driver Detectors For New Cars The $1 trillion infrastructure bill – a bipartisan 2,702-page bill that has been locked in negotiations for months between Democrats and Republicans will mandate all new vehicles must have the technology to detect drunk drivers and alert systems to check backseats before turning off the vehicle. A final vote