In a recent interview with The Weekly Standard's Andrew Ferguson, Mississippi Governor and rumored presidential candidate Haley Barbour offered up what critics charged was a defense of Mississippi's pro-segregation "Citizens Councils": Read More
The pro-union regulatory assault continues. The National Labor Relations Board is now proposing new regulations requiring workers to be notified of their right to unionize (PDF link):
The National Labor Relations Board has submitted to the Federal Register a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which provides for a 60-day comment period. The rule would require employers to notify employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Read More
I guess ABC News interview means that Attorney General Eric Holder more in touch with reality than he used to be, but still this doesn't inspire confidence: Read More
As the year ends, many people are looking back on 2010 as a historic time of political upheaval. But one of the year’s biggest political developments has been mostly overlooked. If voters sent one message loudly and consistently, it is this: They do not like unions. The American electorate availed itself of almost every chance to take a whack at organized labor. Read More
The Washington Post has a great piece on the double standard in ethics rules for one of the Senate's most powerful commitees: Read More
Rasmussen has a poll out today that does not bode well for Obamacare: Read More
The fever swamps at Huffington Post are at it gain. Sure, the Democratic Obama administration is prepping conspiracy charges against Wikileaks, but I think we know what shadowy American political figure is really behind the unjust persecution of Julian Assange: Read More
This looks it could be a big scandal in the making: Read More
Politifact's 'Lie of the Year' is Politifact's lie of the year.
Andy Ferguson kicks the tires on possible 2012 presidential candidate Haley Barbour.
Tom Maguire tries to sort out what role Fannie Mae played in the financial collapse. Read More
It was not heavily advertised, but earlier this year dishwashing detergent makers reworked their formulas to comply with environmental regulations banning phosphates. NPR reports that consumers are starting to get very frustrated: Read More
Over at The Corner, a Hill aide tells Kathryn Lopez that Senate's pork-lden omnibus spending bill contains a number of significant goodies that spend taxpayer dollars funding abortion: Read More
Not a lot of details have emerged yet about the FDA's decison to revoke approval for Avastin, aside from this brief notice at the Washington Post. Yesterday, the Examiner editorialized against this development: Read More
The New York Times has a terrific article on the new information that researchers are uncovering about the horrors of Chinese communism under Mao. It should be required reading for anyone still offering up apologias for communism.
Until relatively recently, the communist party kept their records the Great Leap Forward under wraps -- now researchers are finally getting access: Read More