By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Here is my question to conservatives in 2013: In the discussion over the treatment of workers who help enrich U.S. corporations, why is the outrage largely limited to liberals and labor activists?
"Won't Back Down" is an issue-advocacy feature film, the sort of agitprop that liberals have been churning out in prodigious volume and variety for decades. But this time, the message movie is dramatizing an issue conservatives can rally behind.
China's government faces two looming challenges — environmental and labor.
D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee is applying that old maxim "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" to her brand of school reform.
But on that February day, Shanker told me of the potential significance of these labor stirrings behind the Iron Curtain, and how they posed a greater threat to communist authority than the typical protests by students, artists or intellectuals.
In short order, I was raptly listening as he told me of U.S. labor's hush-hush activities in Eastern Europe, including assistance the AFL-CIO and AFT were quietly providing to little-known "incipient independent labor movements" such as the Liga in Hungary and Podkrepa in Bulgaria.