The redistribution racket

By Stephen Moore, The Washington Times

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared on one of the late night talk shows last week, beating the class warfare drum and arguing for billions of dollars in new social programs paid for with higher taxes on millionaires and billionaires.

Employee Rights Act reforms are long overdue

The Washington Examiner

Conservatives have watched with no small amount of pleasure as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Indiana – mainstays of American industry even today — have adopted right-to-work laws, which allow workers in unionized shops to choose for themselves whether they want to pay union dues.

Victory: The U.S. Senate Opposes Government-Mandated Project Labor Agreements

By Ben Brubeck, The Truth About Project Labor Agreements

Vote-A-Rama, the U.S. Senate’s annual version of March Madness, gives senators a chance to offer unlimited amendments and votes to the Senate’s budget resolution. Traditionally, senators seek proxy votes on a variety of legislative priorities, and try to put their counterparts across the aisle into some difficult political positions.

Employee Rights Act would help workers

The Gazette

The Employee Rights Act ( is a common sense solution to provide an array of protections in the workplace. Imagine an act of Congress that empowers individuals over big business and unions that no longer earn the support of dues-paying members.