Fast-Food Workers Seek Government Guns to Back Demands

The “rights” sought by the union are the “freedom” not to associate voluntarily, but to violate the rights of employers to run their businesses as they see fit and to enter into voluntary, mutually consensual contracts with employees. Specifically, the union wants to use the force of government to coerce business owners to “bargain” with unions. More »

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Citizens United, Anonymous Speech, and Rights-Violating Disclosure Laws

Although the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking Citizens United decision threw out blanket prohibitions on groups of people spending money on political speech, government remained legally free to require speakers to report their identities and expenditures, thereby outlawing anonymous speech. The latest legal battle regarding such censorship laws is taking place in Colorado, with Citizens United again on the front line.  More »

In Honor of the U.S. Constitution and the Men who Created It

On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the United States Constitution, laying the foundation for the first nation in history based on the recognition of the inalienable rights of man. The Founders, well versed in the canons of the Enlightenment, saw the individual as a sovereign being with the right to life, liberty, property and the pursuit of happiness. More »

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Concrete: The Foundation of Modern Life

We typically go through our days without devoting a thought to this this magnificent material, concrete, that helps make modern life possible. The next time you enjoy a modern building, drive down a street, or so much as stroll down a sidewalk, you might think for a moment of the modern producers of concrete. Their thought and work literally support your life. More »

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