NLRB IN COURT - VINCENT VERNUCCIO
Openmarket.org: Court Slaps NLRB — Again
In yet another victory for workers and job creators, a federal district court has struck down the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) ambush election rule. The ruling is the latest in a series of cases where the courts have overturned the NLRB. This time U.S. District Judge James Boasberg threw out the NLRB’s rule because the board rushed through the rule without the requisite three member quorum. >Read the full commentary on Openmarket.org
> Interview Vincent Vernuccio
CORN & GLOBAL WARMING - MARLO LEWIS
Globalwarming.org: ♫ Corn Is Busting Out All Over ♫ (Update on Global Warming and the Death of Corn)
IMMIGRATION - DAVID BIER
Huffingtonpost.com: The Flawed Case Against Immigration
Not only does the anti-immigration crowd not seem to care about unfunded mandates or amnesty when those suit their purposes, their claims that are trying to costs welfare are also dubious. Since Arizona's SB 1070 actually criminalizes work, or looking for work, even looking like you're looking for work in "a place where unlawfully present aliens are known to congregate," the law's actual effect is to create more destitute and needy families who might use public benefits. Of course, this may be the point--at least to bolster their flimsy case against immigration. > Read the full commentary at Huffingtonpost.com
> Interview David Bier
Ten Thousand Commandments 2012
An Annual Snapshot of the Federal Regulatory State
May 15, 2012
The scope of federal government spending and deficits is sobering. Yet the government’s reach extends well beyond the taxes Washington collects and its deficit spending and borrowing. Federal environmental, safety and health, and economic regulations cost hundreds of billions—perhaps trillions—of dollars every year over and above the costs of the official federal outlays that dominate the policy debate.
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