By Sajjad Shaukat for Veterans Today The former Soviet Union which had subjugated ethnic and religious communities in various provinces and regions through its military, disintegrated in 1991. Even, its nuclear weapons could not save its collapse. One of the major causes of the disintegration of the former Russian Empire was that its greater defence […]
Files released following the hacking of the country’s biggest police union show guarantees of secrecy over disciplinary records, a Guardian analysis finds. Photograph: Alamy George Joseph in New York Contracts between police and city authorities, leaked after hackers breached the website of the country’s biggest law enforcement union, contain guarantees that disciplinary records and […]
Just show up and start preaching, especially about what “the union is going to do for you…” without that and the native Texan or Alabamian or Tennessean hears some Yankee saying, “We’re gonna take your women, corn and horses, and there’s nothing much you can do about it.” If the meaning of the message is what the receiver hears, well, nothing much you can do about it by shouting it louder.
I am not in any way condoning, endorsing, approving, or sanctioning the deplorable behavior of those ill-natured brutes who engaged in four rounds of fast and furious fisticuffs with Fox News reporter Steven Crowder.
I’m sick and tired of watching and listening to pundits who profess concern over the minimum wage. They all read from the same talking points…
This past week has come and gone and what a week it was following on the heels of the Republican National Convention.
Veteran Job opportunities are available to those who look in the right places
Morning headlines read more like obituaries than reason for anyone to celebrate. Republican Scott Walker won and the working man lost!
What is the difference between an earned contractual benefit and an “entitlement”. We seemed to have lost track.
Since taking office on January 3, Republican Governor Scott Walker waged war on public workers and their unions, aiming to restrict collective bargaining rights to wage negotiations before ending them altogether
Faced with a budget out of control, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker decided to make a sucker’s choice of either/or, and has gotten himself into a huge mess. Is he able to be a true leader of all the citizens in his state, and sit down at the table and come to an agreement with those he has alienated? Or, will his ego rule the day and define his government’s policies?