A tiny little tidbit of totalitarianism
Paul Jacob’s Townhall column on how the school employee labor union in Oklahoma (OEA) is fighting against state government spending limits. Sound familiar? Labor unions everywhere are dying…
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Taxes & Economy
Pennsylvania can break new ground in protecting property owners from abusive land-takings
Legislation to curb the abuse of eminent domain will likely be moving through the General Assembly this week. Read this commentary from the Institute for Justice. This libertarian public…
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Brad Bumsted | It’s time to go for broke
Right on the money, Brad. (Pun intended!) Read his Pittsburgh Tribune-Review column.
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Let’s consider positive roles of businesses
Hear! Hear! From Tom Barstow at the Harrisburg Patriot-News.
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Republican group seeks disclosure by lobbyists, trim in size of state Legislature
From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette… “Proposals that would force lobbyists to disclose their spending, reduce the number of legislators and require more openness in passing bills aren’t new. What is new…
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Is Wal-Mart Good for America?
Yes, our family shops at the local Wal-Mart from time to time. Although the company’s recent support of raising the minimum wage (even though Wal-Mart’s average starting wage is already…
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Climate in Pennsylvania for Small-Business Owners Continues to Decline
While the national economy improves, small businesses in PA are not very optimistic about the future, says the National Federation of Independent Business. See the NFIB poll of small businesses…
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The Freedom to Hate Wal-Mart
From Paul Jacobs’ Common Sense radio broadcast … Some folks don’t like Wal-Mart. Okay. Fine. It’s a free country. No one should be forced at gunpoint to shop at Wal-Mart.
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Taxes & Economy
Rendell will veto business tax break
From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review … “Rendell emphatically said he would veto any legislation that would lower business taxes but not provide substitute funds. ‘I would have to veto…
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