John Wayne, John Wayne Gacy, what’s really the difference? Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has a thing for John Wayne. In an interview yesterday with Newsmax, she said she wants to live in “John
This week, I want to highlight the excellent blog on Latin American affairs, Bloggings by Boz. Boz has provided seminal coverage of Latin American affairs for years. This is a blog with some readershi
I love that Carolyn Maloney and Robert Menendez are reintroducing the Equal Rights Amendment in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in the Wal-Mart case. I have no idea if ERA could get rat
I’m going to be on the Rick Smith Show tonight at 10:30 p.m. Eastern to talk about the issues brought up in today’s post about radical labor. Feel the charisma come across the intertubes!
No, not the superb labor newspaper, just a few links with commentary. 1. Dave Johnson has an interesting post up (with many links) on the NLRB decision to speed up labor elections, noting the power of
Good news here: The labor board is proposing to tighten up the process by ensuring that employers, employees and unions receive needed information sooner and by delaying litigation over many voter-eli
I’m working on a chapter for an edited volume on the Tea Party. My essay seeks to place the Tea Party within the context of American conservatism over the past 60 years, with nods to pre-World W
How strong is Massachusetts’ list of politicians? These guys might be 11-15: Robert Kennedy Tip O’Neill Calvin Coolidge (almost certainly the only president not to make the top 10 from his