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Unions Take Recall Elections to a New Level

Update July 7, 2011.  On Tuesday July 19 and again on August 16, Wisconsin voters will go to the polls to decide if 6 Republican state Senators should be recalled for their support of a bill signed into law that reigns in public sector union power and influence.  Three Democrat...

More Articles regarding Ohio SB5

False Claims: SB5 vs Ohio Middle Class SB 5 battle highlights disconnect between teachers' perceptions and fiscal reality Union supporters disrupt GOP state senators' restaurant meal Taxpayer benefit?

SB5 Primary Reforms (Rich Hoffman)

·         Eliminates collective bargaining for state employees and employees of higher education institutions ·         Existing collective bargaining agreements (CBA) covering those...

From Collective Bargaining to Collective Bullying

It is not hard to see the irony and the hypocrisy behind the recent events across the nation’s state capitals.  The perversion and blatant omission in the media of the left’s bullying during the recent rallies at the state capitals cannot be fully captured or understood....

Leave Your Mark

In our quest for understanding and truth, many lives pass before us that leave a positive mark in our lives.  People much like our teachers, police officers, fire fighters and county workers who work tirelessly to improve our communities and teach our children.  They leave their...

Get Behind SB5 (Toledo Free Press)

Ohio faces an estimated $8 billion deficit in the 2012-13 budget. That is a big hole! How does one climb out of a hole like this? That is what the Ohio legislature is trying to figure out. First, we should look back and figure out how did we get into this mess in the first place. Some will say...

Two views: Ohio Senate Bill 5 (Cincinnati.com)

A Cincinnati-area state lawmaker's proposal to curtail public employees' bargaining power produced one of the largest demonstrations the Ohio Statehouse has seen in years. Senate Bill 5 by state Sen. Shannon Jones would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees and...

"Americans for Tax Reform" Supports SB5

"Americans for Tax Reform" Supports SB5  

Citizens Challenge Unchecked Power

We have all become accustomed to elected officials paying lip service to the concerns of taxpayers during campaign season. Once elected they disappear and disappoint throughout their term only to resurface with a new slate of promises during the campaign cycle. Because, let's face it, the...

The Public versus the Private Sector

Political insiders have agreed for years that Ohio couldn't make a dent in the 8 billion budget deficit unless legislators reformed the collective bargaining process and brought wages and pensions in line with the private sector.  Even after the November 2010 election, the smart money...
 
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