Right to Work Foundation attorneys challenge union hierarchy for violating employees’ constitutional rights
Patch of the Alaska State Troopers. Via Wikipedia
Anchorage, AK – Two Alaska State Troopers have filed a federal lawsuit against a local union and the Department of Public Safety for violating their rights. Patrick Johnson and Robin Benning filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska in Anchorage with free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation.
Both Johnson and Benning resigned from formal union membership in the Public Safety Employees Association (PSEA) union, an affiliate of the American Federation of Continue reading →
Washington, D.C. – Liberty Counsel has announced a new partnership with the pro-life organization, Personhood USA. This partnership will enable both Liberty Counsel and Personhood USA to be more effective in advocating for the passage of personhood legislation and state initiatives for constitutional amendments in states across the country.
Personhood legislation or state constitutional initiatives declare that human life begins at conception and extend the full protection of the law to all human beings from the Continue reading →
YouTube Blocks Video at Planned Parenthood advocates request; ALL Responds with New‘Hooking Kids on Sex II’
Washington, D.C. – After just four days on YouTube, “Hooking Kids on Sex,” an investigative report on Planned Parenthood sex education, exceeded 200,000 views. Then, an ex-intern of Planned Parenthood got the white-hot video blocked by YouTube. In place of the downed video, a message now appears: “This Continue reading →
Highest in Minneapolis, Chicago, Virginia Beach, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. – As many tourists and business travelers have learned, taxes on meals are sometimes higher than taxes on other goods. Of the 50 largest U.S. cities, 15 charge an additional meals tax on top of the regular sales tax, according to a new analysis by the Tax Foundation. The combined rates are highest in Minneapolis, Chicago, Virginia Beach, Seattle, and Continue reading →
Mark your calendar and register now for a powerful gathering called The Awakening 2012/El Despertar 2012 at Calvary Assembly in Winter Park (Orlando), FL, on April 20 – 21. We have come to a critical crossroad in world history. The future of America will be determined in Continue reading →
Costa Concordia wreckage. Photo via Italy's Civil Protection Department
Italy’s Civil Protection Department announced on February 23 that crews have recovered the remains of eight more victims from the partially submerged wreckage of the Italian luxury liner Costa Concordia. The victims remains, including those of a five year old Italian girl, were reported to have been discovered Continue reading →
Naturally, some articles are more difficult to write than others, and, for as many reasons as there are topics. I consider this article as my single most difficult to write article-ever, yet I also consider this the single most important article I have written.
For some time now, we have tolerated an increasingly socialistic system which on the one hand eagerly doles out meager public assistance, while on the other hand constantly generating ordinances, regulations, and laws which conspire to make it increasingly difficult or impossible for people to work their way off public assistance.
I contend that most people who are reliant upon public assistance for their existence are subsequently forced to Continue reading →
For some time now capitalism has served as the world’s favorite piñata. The blame is misplaced since most of our economic troubles are not the result of laissez-faire economics but the antithesis: market intervention and manipulation. In reality, capitalism and free markets are responsible for and supportive of much of what we value in our lives, our relationships and our society. For those who love Continue reading →
David Almasi, Executive Director, National Center for Public Policy Research
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C., the home to an Occupy D.C. encampment since last September, will be the venue for the enjoyment of tasty cigars and insightful discussion about flawed federal and state regulations of tobacco products on Thursday, February 16.
The “Great Occupy Occupy D.C. Smoke-In” will be held from 11:15 AM until 12:30 PM on the eastern end of Freedom Plaza (13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW). In the case of inclement weather, call (703) 568-4727 for the alternate location.