By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
With a full complement of members after President Obama's recent recess appointments, the National Labor Relations Board could soon rule on a closely watched labor law case with major implications for property rights, union organizing tactics and even what workers can write about on their company email accounts.
"It's a horrible, horrible story for the taxpayer. But worse off the city is, the more they have to lay off, the stronger legal argument they have," he said.
"Since they've never permitted anybody to come onto their property and say, 'Customers, shop elsewhere,' there's no discrimination with telling this group not to," Mr. Lotito said.