Monthly Archives: March, 2011

New Documentary Exposes Unions

Conservatives secured a great victory earlier this month by taking on the out-of-control public sector unions in Wisconsin.  This was just beginning as a liberal judge has blocked the legislation from being implemented. At least 18 other states are currently considering similar legislation in an effort to rein in bloated spending, unsustainable public union contracts and […]

The Public vs. Private Sector Civil War

By DEAN ZARRAS on Forbes Blog The inevitable battle between the runaway public sector and the private sector that funds it has begun.  What started recently in Wisconsin will continue to spread across the country as the unworkable fiscal mathematics that are so many state budgets finally degenerate into social unrest between the payers and the […]

Interview with Wisconsin State Assemblyman Jim Ott: Battle on the Unions

Scott Wheeler Interview with Wisconsin State Assemblyman Jim Ott on the battle with public sector unions. (This interview will air nationwide this Saturday on Special Investigator with Scott Wheeler  Click Here to See Listings) Wheeler: For nearly a month the Madison, the capitol of Wisconsin has been the site of public sector union protests for […]

Unions: Get back to the jobs you’re lucky to have!

Public sector unions have been a drain on state budgets for too long – it is time to reign in the madness and stand up for the American dream.

Andrew Klavan: Your Public Sector Unions at Work

Andrew Klavan understands that private sector unions are a necessary evil in a world in which fat plutocrats bathe in their own money while smoking cigars–a patent fire hazard. But the public sector union is a different kind of animal altogether, a ravening beast with a single red eye and fangs dripping the blood of […]

Scott Wheeler on Fox: Oil crisis, Libya, and the EPA

Andrew Klavan: Multiculturalism Explained

This time Andrew Klavan explains why we have to be tolerant of murderers, jihadis, rapists, thugs… even the French… if we want to make it in the wonderful world of multiculturalism. Okay, maybe not the French.