Diluting the Promise and Threat of the 10j Injunction

NLRB Supreme Court Unions

Oshawa           The Supreme Court somehow got all the votes behind a Clarence Thomas decision pushing back on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ability to request an injunction to remedy egregious unfair labor practices by an employer.  Unfair labor practices in union organizing drives are ubiquitous.  A Harvard professor’s study more than thirty years ago …

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State Schools

Corruption Non-Profit

Detroit       In the United States, one thing that has always seemed sacrosanct has been local public schools.  That is not to say that elected school boards have not been political, but is to say there has rarely been any fundamental question about whether or not public schools were governed and run locally.   Parochial schools …

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And then the Deluge

Climate Change

New Orleans       One of the mixed blessings of our internet age and the ubiquitousness of social media and email is the low barrier to communication.  On the downside, there’s the constant vigilance required to not be tricked by phishing, spam, and other dangerous weirdness.  On the upside, people who want to find you can …

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