Blue Model Death Spasms
Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules for Walker
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  • Anthony

    “For nearly all the twentieth century there was a dynamic left in the United States grounded in the belief that unrestrained capitalism generated unacceptable social costs.That left crested in influence between 1935 and 1945, when it anchored a coalition centered in the labor movement, most significantly within the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)…Its high point may have come in 1944, when FDR propounded what he called a second Bill of Rights. Among these rights, Roosevelt proclaimed were the right to a useful and remunerative job, adequate medical care, and adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident, and unemployment.” Can aforementioned be considered also a casualty of Feed’s premise?

    • f1b0nacc1

      One can only hope

  • stanbrown

    Good ruling for the teachers, students, and taxpayers. Bad for union bosses and the politicians who depend on their slush funds.

  • ljgude

    I remember the good old days of slush finds when my daddy was offered $1 million dollars by Jimmy Hoffa to sell out his dairy farmer’s union. Fortunately my dad knew a thug when he saw one and turned him down or he too might have ended up in a barrel of lard. You’d think with all this Global Warming about all the slush would have melted by now.

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