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About Those Inversions…

My colleague, Conservative Wanderer, rightly chides the administration for their populist rhetoric regarding tax inversions after having helped Delphi to do the same in the Great Detroit Meltdown. Having done so, I can’t resist a reblog on the subject in

Posted in Domestic Policy, Labor and unions, Obama Administration, Tax policy

Obama Administration Allows Crony to Practice “Tax Inversion”

A couple of weeks ago, The Masked Blogger posted about Obama railing against “Corporate Deserters,” referring to those companies that choose to have their official headquarters in another nation in order to avoid America’s confiscatory tax rates — a practice

Posted in Domestic Policy, Labor and unions, Obama Administration, Tax policy

2013-14 Supreme Court Term, Part 2: National Labor Relations Board vs Noel Canning

 Part 2 of an occasional series on the recently completed Supreme Court Term detailing the most important cases (in my judgement, of course) and their likely impact. See Part 1. I will begin with one of my favorite cases of

Posted in Courts, Labor and unions

Unions Representing More Government Workers than Private-sector

This may not look like a problem on the surface, but look closer and you’ll see a real problem brewing here. The AP reports today: Unions representing government workers are expanding while organized labor has been shedding private sector members

Posted in Domestic Policy, Labor and unions

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