- The chairman of the White House’s Council of
disputed the CBO’s estimate that a higher minimum wage would
cause job loss, because, what, you expected him to be economically
- The Department of Homeland Security is
soliciting bids for a license-plate tracking system that would
allow the feds to capture data collected by local law enforcement
agencies that use license-plate readers. If it feels like you’re
- Two police groups in Minnesota are
suing the NFL over its rule banning guns from stadiums. They
argue off-duty cops have a “right” to carry firearms. They’re no
second class citizens after all.
- The teachers union in New York City is now
pushing for “back pay” because it believes teachers deserved a
raise a long time ago. What could anyone who comes up with that
kind of logic actually teach?
- Volkswagen’s labor leader
threatened to block any further expansions by the company into
the south after a factory in Tennessee voted against UAW
representation. Worker rights are only for those willing to
subsidize the paychecks of union leaders.
- Traffic police in Somalia are
struggling to impose rules on Somali drivers, who are used to
roads but not governments. Who will rule the roads?
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