One of the worst ideas that the Obama administration has proposed, making it harder for employers to obtain legal advice, is apparently moving forward. On Dec. 7, the U.S. Department of Labor submitted a draft final regulation to the White House for review which would do exactly that, assuming that the draft contains the provisions found in the proposed rule.Read more ›
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The idea that no man is above the law stands as one of the fundamental tenets of our nation. The simple concept that the United States is a nation of laws and not men or women has been at the heart of equal protection under the law whether one is the President of the United States or a ranch hand living just outside Cheyenne, Wyoming. President Obama’s nomination of Thomas Perez to become our nation’s next Secretary of Labor flies in the face of this basic principle.Read more ›
The value placed upon labor is an element in a society because it reflects the social structure as well as the scale of social values. One’ society, even globally, is in a state of change making for difficulties. Thus it is needful to maintain a good attitude toward work and toil which affects not only society but one’s own soul.Read more ›
Last week we discussed the confusing world of the language of liberalism, and how liberals change words when people learn about their bad ideas. This second installment examines the liberal use of words like “worker” and associated variations. Normal people frequently use this term to describe blue-collar workers, but for liberals, it almost always means “labor union members.”Read more ›