On April 20, the NLRB claimed that Boeing had violated federal labor law by building the Dreamliner in South Carolina, which is a right-to-work state, instead of at its facility in Washington State, which is not.
Defying efforts by both small and large businesses to create jobs and protect workers, whether union or non-union, President Obama’s labor board has undertaken an assault against non-union jobs created in right-to-work states.
Government has become too damn big, too damn intrusive, and too damn lucrative for the good of the country. That's why so much of the political class in this country is comprised of con men, sociopaths, and fortune hunters.
Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama told Townhall he wants to see change out of the White House as the next step in what the government funds and cuts financially this year and next.
Getting lost with all the names being floated around for a GOP presidential primary? Here's the ones you need to know.
The past is not always a prologue to the future. But looking at some of the big winners and losers of 2010 does provide some strong hints of a positive 2011.
National security hawks lost a battle last week when 71 members of the Senate -- not all of them Democrats -- voted to ratify New START.
The looming fight over President Obama's so-called New START disarmament treaty with Russia seems to be coming down to one fundamental question: Would Ronald Reagan approve?
In Greece earlier this month, Al Gore made a startling admission: "First-generation ethanol, I think, was a mistake.
Once, present and now future Sen. Lisa Murkowski should be congratulated on her ability to cobble together the needed collection of less-than-altruistic corporate types, lobbyists and seemingly endless $100,000 contributions to overwhelm Tea Party political neophyte Joe Miller and win her write-in campaign.
Should a lame-duck Congress ratify a treaty with Russia? Should the Tea Party should weigh in?
Two conservative senators discussed Senate Republicans’ scheduled vote on a two-year earmarks moratorium just minutes before Republican Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell announced his support for the measure.
A heated war of words has broken out between two conservative groups over conflicting GOP freshmen orientation events scheduled for Sunday afternoon.
Priorities. The lack of which have caused our current mess. Going forward, a lack of priorities will also fail to clean up that mess.