Unions have a big win in the US Supreme Court today, in great part due to the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The 4-4 decision leaves in place the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals favoring the Teacher's Union. However, the decision does not does not set a national precedent, which many believe would have changed if Justice Scalia had lived to give his decision.
How ironic is it that both Gov. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, banned travel to North Carolina -- after the state legislature passed, and the Governor signed, a bill overriding a bill passed by the city of Charlotte that gave new legal protections for LGBT individuals, including transgender people the right to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify -- despite the fact that they traveled to and celebrate Cuba where freedoms are almost non-existent.
It is looking like the legislative leaders are about to cave to the political pressures of radical unions according to this report on PoliticoNY.com, in defiance of the many strong arguments against such an increase in the minimum wage. The Daily Signal looks at what will likely happen in California after yesterday's announcement of going forward with a $15 per hour wage and what will likely happen in Washington, D. C. Here is what Investor's Business Daily says about California's new minimum wage.
Betsy McCaughey opines on Hillary's preposterous ideas to fix Obamacare.
The Obama Administration is funding several non-profit groups to naturalize green card holders to vote against Donald Trump, according to the Daily Caller.
If Sheldon Silver ever gets out of jail, he won't be able to practice law.