Fast Food Strikes

In case you haven’t heard, an SEIU front-group with connections to the President is planning strikes of fast-food workers in 100 cities today. Fast-food workers in about 100 US cities will walk off the job this Thursday, organizers say, which would mark the largest effort yet in a push for higher pay. The actions would … Read more

Morality and Free Markets

On the Corner, Kevin D. Williamson lays out some principles of free markets and some arguments against smothering them under a welfare state: For instance, one may believe that drugs should be legal, and that people should not use them. One may believe that pornography should be legal, and that it is morally repugnant. Likewise, … Read more

Public Unions vs. The Public

From Prager University, a very timely explanation of how, no matter how prosperous a city or state is, an unchecked public union can bring it to its knees:

A Good Way to Start Your Monday

Author who knows how to use Google pimp-slaps a liberal useful idiot (check that; he’s probably not all that useful, just an idiot) at length and with gusto. (Via Instapundit, your wholesale distributor for Internet pimp-slaps.)

More on "Giving Back"

At Classical Values, a post about “giving back” (with extra sarcasm on the “scare quotes”): Meaning what, exactly? Give back what? And to whom? Did someone steal something from someone? If so, they should definitely give it back. Anyone taking something that did not belong to him has an obligation to give it back. But … Read more