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New Restaurant Trend: Guns Welcome Signs

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The Guns Welcome signs springing up are a sign of the real power of the people. Despite groups like Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety with lots of money to give to anti-gun campaigns, the Second Amendment enjoys broad grassroots

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After Defeat by Tea Party, Eric Cantor Gets Paid for Service

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Eric Cantor was forced to “retire” from Congress before he planned to do so, but that doesn’t mean he has lost his reward. His years of faithful service to the financial establishment must be repaid. You may remember that the

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Wage Theft - Something Christian Employers Should Never Do!

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From the New York Times: “More Workers Are Claiming Wage Theft.” Week after week, Guadalupe Rangel worked seven days straight, sometimes 11 hours a day, unloading dining room sets, trampolines, television stands and other imports from Asia that would soon

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Microsoft Takes a Stand against U.S. Federal Government

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It should surprise no one that Microsoft takes a stand. They are fighting for their life as a company. I know some people who really despise Microsoft due to their use of intellectual property. They will insist the company is

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Hollywood Corporate Welfare - California Steals From Poor to Give to Film Industry

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Movie industry Liberals act like they are such productive people, ignoring the reality of Hollywood corporate welfare. They sneer at anyone who might be described as conservative or traditionalist. They talk about their “work” as if  it is some kind

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Warren Buffet Helps “Unpatriotic” Burger King

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I’m sorry, but why are so many people surprised that Warren Buffett has proved—one more time—that he is a massive hypocrite, whose only allegiance is to what makes Warren Buffett and his companies rich? Buffet has used his disingenuous talk about

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Texas Court Legalizes Corporate Fraud

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Texas is an “at will” state but why should that give permission to commit corporate fraud? According to the Texas Supreme Court, it does. According to Main Street, here is what happened: In 2002 E.I. du Pont de Nemours announced

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Greedy High-Tech Billionaires See Profits in Amnesty

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Just looking at the surface of the illegal immigration problem, a reasonable mind would come to the conclusion that America is suicidal. Although we have laws in place designed to stop unfettered immigration, we don’t enforce them on orders from

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Merck Hit List Shows Us the Face of Crony Capitalism

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The Merck hit list story shows us how crony capitalism degrades business. The new way of succeeding in business is to get in bed with government. Then you have a textbook “protection racket” to continue growing, and lock-out competition. According

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Minimum Wage Reality: Restaurant Charges Extra to Cover Expense

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When a business starts losing more money to its employees, it must charge more for goods and services or else cut the number of employees. Politicians increase the minimum wage knowing this, but also hoping that the changes will be

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Why Some Corporations Prefer a Bad Economy

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A bad economy is supposed to be tough for businesses. In many ways it is tough for them. But even so, it is possible that they see a silver lining. Consider this post from the Wall Street Journal blog: Not

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Economic Patriotism or Blackmail? Considering Corporate Loyalty Oaths

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In the Daily Beast, Jonathan Altar advocates a kind of economic patriotism that uses “loyalty oaths.” The oaths are to prevent them from “deserting” the country by becoming owned in another nation with a lower corporate tax rate. On top

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