Monthly Archives: June 2012

The wages of Wisconsin?

By Ken Feltman In the wake of the Wisconsin recall vote and the publicity about public employee unions and their influence on government spending for pensions and other benefits, Radnor asked 890 Americans about their impressions of unions in America. We … Continue reading

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By Anthony Hawks The decision in McCulloch v. Maryland was handed down on March 6, 1819, and it did not take long for Marshall’s critics to mount a newspaper campaign denouncing the decision, particularly what they viewed as Marshall’s erroneously … Continue reading

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Wisconsin: Labor gambles and loses

By Ken Feltman After all the campaigning and vicious attack ads, outright thuggery in a few areas and millions of dollars in outside money, the results in the Wisconsin recall election look a lot like the results from November 2010. Yes, there were … Continue reading

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