The right-to-work dilemma »

“Higher wages or lower unemployment? It is a wrenching choice. . . . Think of the moral calculus. Lower wages cause an incremental decline in one’s well-being. No doubt. But for the unemployed, the decline is categorical, sometimes catastrophic — a loss not just of income but of independence and dignity.” by Charles Krauthammer For […]

Chicago Bled Dry by Striking Teachers’ Unions »

by John Fund The smartest parents in Chicago right now are those whose kids attend charter schools, private schools, or parochial schools. Those institutions don’t employ Chicago’s unionized public-school teachers, who went out on strike this morning for the first time in 25 years. The coverage of the strike has obscured some basic facts. The money […]

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