Public Sector Unions on Townhall

Christine Rousselle - Tue Apr 1

Is firing people possible? ... more

John C. Goodman - Sat Jul 27

Rich Galen - Fri Jul 19

Daniel J. Mitchell - Mon Jul 8

Ed Feulner - Thu Dec 20

“This is what democracy looks like!” That’s a popular protest chant among liberals. It could be heard at many “Occupy” gatherings. It’s a staple at union-backed protests. ... more

John Stossel - Wed Sep 26

The Chicago teachers strike is over, but the public didn't win. ... more

Kevin Glass - Sun Sep 16

Guy Benson - Fri May 11

Kyle Olson - Thu Apr 12

It’s been said you can judge a person’s character by the company he keeps. The same can be said of organizations. That’s why it’s so troubling that a national teachers union – the American Federation of Teachers – continues to employ such radicals. ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Apr 9

A few weeks back I took on our federal employees for being delinquent on their taxes to the tune of $1 billion. I received some criticism for that article, principally from readers who thought that government employees were being unfairly singled out. But just as that column appeared, the government confirmed what most knowledgeable people already suspected: federal employees are significantly overpaid. ... more

Mike Shedlock - Mon Apr 9

Illinois has combined $137 billion in pension and healthcare liabilities on top of $9 billion in current unpaid bills. ... more

Brett McMahon - Sun Mar 18

According to Mayan calendars and some scholars, 2012 is supposed to be the end of an age and resulting in cataclysmic and transformative events. While the winds and storms are raging and the earth is moving and shaking both literally and figuratively, most everyone will agree the end of the world is not likely, though 2012 is shaping up to potentially bring to end the area of Big Labor as we know it. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Feb 1