Trial Court Denies Effort to Protect Turner Field Vendors

Court’s Decision Leaves Vendors’ Businesses in Jeopardy   Arlington, Va.— Last Friday afternoon, a Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court judge decided not to grant an injunction that would have protected the businesses of Larry Miller and Stanley Hambrick, two long-time businessmen who have each vended outside Turner Field for more than a decade. With the…

NRTW Foundation Attorneys Move to Disqualify Controversial Recess Appointees from Six Cases

Attorneys Argue Labor Board does not have legitimate quorum to hear pending cases Washington, DC –  National Right to Work Foundation attorneys filed motions on Monday with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to disqualify President Barack Obama’s recent purported recess appointees to the agency from participating in the Foundation’s six cases pending before the Board.…

Deneen Borelli, Fellow, P21

Certain Signs of Societal Decline

By Deneen Borelli, Fellow, Project 21 black leadership network There were reports of babies out in the cold for hours in Houston.  In Indianapolis, two dozen police officers used pepper spray to control an unruly crowd that pried shopping center doors off their hinges. These were just a few of the scenes caught on video…

Are Conservatives Ignorant?

By Alan Sexton, Green Mountain Scribes “Bright Minds and Dark Attitudes: Lower Cognitive Ability Predicts Greater Prejudice Through Right-Wing Ideology and Low Intergroup Contact”, a product of Doctor Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario is causing quite a stir lately. But, should it? Yes: Many from the sociopolitical left are now employing…