Commentary: Under a President Sanders, UAW-Style Strikes Would be a Regular Occurrence

Americans woke up at the beginning of the week to hear an unusual bit of news – thousands of auto workers had gone on strike. Union strikes are hardly a common occurrence, and strikes have become particularly rare in the auto industry. In fact, the United Auto Workers hasn’t had a national strike against GM since 2007. But, if Senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) had his druthers, large national strikes would be a frequent occurrence.

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Analysis: Low-Turnout, Low-Energy Runoff Election Brings Major Victories

The runoff election for mayor, metro council and a few council districts, turned out to be a low turnout affair. Mayor-elect John Cooper was the big winner with a clear mandate to lead Nashville with his 40 point victory over incumbent David Briley. The defeat was so bad that Briley had his concession speech ready, and conceded the election as soon as the early voting data was available, and all of the council races were decided by 9 pm.

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Cardoza-Moore Exposes Monopoly of Pearson Publishing and Its Pro-Islamist Indoctrination in Minnesota Speech

Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, spoke to a massive crowd Saturday gathered for Olive Tree Ministries’ “Understanding the Times” conference in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

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