Monthly Archives: June 2018

Big Victory In The War Against Unions

Supreme Court deals big setback to labor unions

By Marketplace staff and Associated Press

June 27, 2018 | 9:16 AM

The Supreme Court says government workers can’t be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.

The justices are scrapping a 41-year-old decision that had allowed states to require that public employees pay some fees to unions that represent them, even if the workers choose not to join.

The 5-4 decision Wednesday, in the case Janus v. AFSCME…

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National media uses staged photo of “caged child” posted from the shadows by illegal alien and filmmaker and journalist

Fact check: Viral photo of caged child was actually staged as Texas …

2 days ago – The photo is actually from a June 10 event protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policy. … Fact check: Viral photo of caged child was actually staged as Texas border issues heat up. The photo is actually from a …


Pennsylvania Mother Was Separated From Her Children For 48 Days

Shaneen Allen

‘Honest mistake’ leads to Philly mother facing three years on gun charge

By Joshua Rhett Miller

Published July 16, 2014

A Philadelphia mother of two is facing three years in prison after she mistakenly entered New Jersey, where she was stopped for a traffic violation and found in possession of a handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets. Continue reading

What Level Retention Holster Is Best For Executing Back Flips On A Dance Floor

Off-duty FBI agent allegedly shot a man accidentally after gun falls on dance floor in Denver bar

Police said the victim was in good condition.


An off-duty FBI agent allegedly accidentally shot a man in the leg early Saturday after the agent’s gun fell from his holster on the dance floor of Mile High Spirits, according to a Denver police news release.