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The United Auto Workers Union suffered a devastating defeat on Friday, when its attempt to organize the workers at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga failed...

President Obama’s speech yesterday on inequality was a combination of the cynicism and panic that have governed his actions lately. Panic, because the speech was...

If you were in the mood for a fast-food meal yesterday or today in several parts of the country, you were in for a surprise:...

Homeowners who undertake construction or improvement projects on their property have noticed the proliferation of municipal regulations forbidding the removal of dirt from the property...

Unions had a really lousy year in 2012. Governor Scott Walker was retained in office despite an all-out union effort to have him recalled. Indiana...

In the New York Post last week, John wrote an excellent piece on the latest union-taxpayer showdown in New York City--the school bus driver strike...

When he was only 28 years old, Abraham Lincoln delivered an address before the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois. The speech included Lincoln’s plea to...

The extent to which George McGovern, who died in late October, was identified with American liberalism itself can be seen in headlines of his various...

This is why it’s absurd when people bemoan the insularity of the conservative media, as if this is a phenomenon found exclusively on the right....

Yesterday I discussed the devolution of union protests in Michigan into violence. Soon after that post, the "reported" violence against a conservative activist was confirmed...

Earlier this afternoon, lawmakers in Michigan approved right-to-work legislation for public employees 58-51, sending the bill to the Republican governor, Rick Snyder, who has been...

Bills that would make Michigan the 24th state to adopt a right-to-work law have passed the Michigan Senate and House, both in Republican hands. If...