Workers with the freedom to opt out of paying union bosses are more likely to die on the job, according to one of the nation’s largest labor unions.Read More →
The University of Alabama may have not proven such a bully on the football field this year, taking it on the chin against Ohio State in the national playoff semifinal, but may yet flex its muscle in state politics.Read More →
The U.S. Navy’s shipbuilding plan for 2015 shows that more money will be needed to boost the fleet’s numbers to 300 warships, according to a CBO report.Read More →
Alabama smokers may soon see more of their money go up in smoke as the governor and lawmakers consider coming after their tax dollars.Read More →
If you wanted to keep the black man down, you needed to know who was uppity, whose lawn to burn a cross on, whose church to hit with a firebomb.Read More →
As inevitably as night follows day, lawsuits follow the establishment or expansion of school choice programs.
This year proved no exception.Read More →