Epiphanies come in many forms. Some are personal, like the one I had after being invited to a hot tub party in Southern California: “I better start going to the gym.”
My political epiphany occurred there, too. (No, not at the hot tub party. In California.)
Continue reading Freedom, Family, and Fairness — A Conservative Epiphany
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Michigan’s legislature voted on December 11 to make the Wolverine State the 24 th in the country to adopt a “right-to-work” law. The governor signed the measure, but the controversy continues. Opponents vow that they will fight the law through the courts and punish legislators who voted for it with recall elections. Supporters vow to push for similar laws in other states.
What’s really at stake here?
Continue reading Right-to-Work Controversy Continues
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Tagged Collective bargaining, free riders, Governor Rick Snyder, Michigan, Right to work, The Workplace Equity and Fairness Act, union-busting, unions
America is on the verge of losing something very important in Michigan and it isn’t getting nearly enough attention, probably because it’s just one more act in a long-running drama.
Continue reading Freedom’s Just Another Word
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Tagged Collective bargaining, Governor Rick Snyder, Michigan, Right to work, The Workplace Equity and Fairness Act, union-busting