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Supreme Court To Hear Case That Could End Forced Labor Union Participation

  Labor Unions Are FREAKING OUT Over A Supreme Court Case That Could End Forced Union Participation Jeff Rhodes Managing Editor, Freedom Foundation With the U.S. Supreme Court less than a month away from considering oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, it’s time to brace for the landslide of union misinformation certain to begin cascading down the mountains of truth any day now. The plaintiffs in Janus argue mandatory union participation is unconstitutional because it abridges their First Amendment rights of free speech and free association to have any moneyRead More


Here Is Why The Women’s March Is Actually Awful For Women

  Here Is Why The Women’s March Is AWFUL For Women Rachel Tripp Freelance writer Standing on the steps of Lincoln Memorial this past Saturday, I found myself surrounded by pink-clad protesters armed with every kind of sign and symbol imaginable. Promoting issues like LGBTQ rights, DACA and the Dreamers, pro-choice, environmental regulation, gun control, and the impeachment of President Trump, I was left uncertain as to what this group of thousands was intending to put forth as their primary message. My uncertainty as to the goals of this movementRead More