Tag Archives: Puerto Rico

Organized Labor: Still Statist Thugs After All These Years

  by TDV legal correspondent, Jim Karger via The Dollar Vigilante After graduating law school, I began my practice with a firm in New Orleans in the late 1970s, and was soon sent to Puerto Rico, a hotbed of union activity. … Continue reading

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Another Billionaire Makes A Break For It

And the spittle chins wonder why the uSSA is so quickly becoming just another 3rd World Banana Republic. — jtl, 419 by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick Another rich US subject is getting ready to flee the growing predation of the … Continue reading

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From NASCAR to rum, the 10 weirdest parts of the ‘fiscal cliff’ bill

Posted by Brad Plumer on January 2, 2013 at 9:00 am at The Washington Post’s Wonk Blog  By now, we’ve heard all about the big stuff in the fiscal cliff bill that finally passed on Tuesday. The Bush tax cuts … Continue reading

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