Did the Federal Reserve just usher in the next phase of the U.S. dollar’s decline? On Wednesday, the central bank recommitted to leaving its benchmark interest rate near zero for the foreseeable future. Fed officials also vowed...
November was a solid month for those of us craving for victories against Big Labor.  Las Vegas security guard Justin Stephens and his coworkers were able to win a settlement against the Security, Police & Fire...
On December 2, 2020, the free-market economics field lost a giant.  Distinguished economist Walter Williams passed away at the age of 84. The John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University was one of...
November 4, 2020 proved to be a luck day for two Bon Appetit food service workers at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. That day they won a settlement in their case accusing UNITE...
Earlier this month, staff attorneys at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation filed a petition for writ of certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court for two individuals who work at Connecticut Department of...
A number of America's cities have taken a beating during the Wuhan virus pandemic. Thanks to lockdowns and other draconian measures that have disrupted daily lives and commerce, many cities have witnessed notable economic downturns. According...
It was only after he entered politics that President Donald Trump began to fully grasp the bias, dishonesty, and fakeness that runs throughout the so-called mainstream media. But gold bugs and sound money advocates have long...
Six outstanding students beat out more than 100 of their high-school and college peers in making the best case for sound money through an international, gold-backed scholarship competition, and the winners walked away with a...
The Federal Reserve has been very active throughout the Wuhan virus pandemic by cutting interest rates to incredibly low rates, buying billions of dollar in corporate debt, and trying to stabilize markets after the American...
The global coronavirus pandemic has accelerated several troubling trends already in force. Among them are exponential debt growth, rising dependency on government, and scaled-up central bank interventions into markets and the economy. Central bankers now appear poised to embark...
On October 21, 2020, staff attorneys at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation filed their last reply brief at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) making the case for eliminating the NLRB’s “contract...
According to a report by Adam Sebes at Campus Reform, voter data indicated that employees at Yale University overwhelmingly support the Republican Party. Specifically, they outnumber their Republican colleagues by a ratio higher than 9:1. The...
There are clear policy divides in America if you look at the way certain states are governed. Economist Dan Mitchell wrote a piece earlier this month comparing and contrasting the policies of states such as Florida,...
On October 15, 2020, the National Right to Work Committee reported that a Michigan Civil Service policy designed to protect the First Amendment rights of Michigan's state workers under the pivotal Janus v. AFSCME Supreme...
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation Staff attorneys submitted a petition for certioari, requesting the United States Supreme Court to take on the case of Nathaniel Ogle on October 9, 2020. Ogle is...
Some experts believe that Bitcoin could go from $10,000 to $100,000 in five years. In a Bloomberg Intelligence report, senior commodity strategist Mike McGlone argues that Bitcoin has a bullish future in the short-term. Ana Golubova of...
On October 13, 2020, Mark Janus. the main plaintiff in the pivotal Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision, submitted an amicus brief in Belgau v. Inslee. In the case filed, a group of Washington State...
Many Americans are waiting anxiously to see how the economy will turn out during the Wuhan virus pandemic. The 2020 presidential elections are less than two weeks away, which will likely spark more discussion about...