Lawmakers put Indiana on the verge of becoming the Rust Belt’s first right-to-work state, passing legislation Wednesday that prohibits labor contracts requiring workers to pay union representation fees. Indiana will be the first state in a decade to enact a right-to-work law prohibiting labor contracts that require workers to pay union representation fees. For complete article,click here. For more information on the right to work effort in Pennsylvania, click here.
Senator Jim DeMint is warning that soon the 50/50 divide between those dependent on the government and those subsidizing their dependency will soon move to 60% dependency and 40% subsidizing. What “dependent” voters will support a candidate that will be a fiscal conservative and wants to rein in spending? Click here
On WMAL radio Mary Katharine Ham grills Chris Matthews over his attacks on supposed tea party violence and subsequent silence on the actual violence in the occupy movement. Matthews gets so frustrated that he finally claims “you guys have a point of view, I’m trying to look at things objectively.” Check it out here.