Spring Contrasts: Madison, Wisconsin vs. Tuscaloosa, Joplin, and the Mighty Mississippi

By Dr. Marvin Folkertsma As posted at The Center for Vision and Values Madison, Wisconsin’s winter follies relinquished their national attention to Tuscaloosa’s tornado in April, events along the Mississippi in May, and finally to the most recent twister in Joplin, Missouri, where genuine suffering puts into perspective tenured teachers who are learning that they […]

April 9-10 – The President Still is not Leading

[display_podcast] On this weekend’s show, Glen talks about the budget deal reached late Friday evening that will cut $38.5 Billion in federal spending for the remainder of the current fiscal year.  Glen also talks about the situation in Libya and the Supreme Court election results in Wisconsin. Jerry Bowyer – economist, Forbes.com columnist, and author […]

Another Battle of Lawyers

I hope you listened to my radio program last weekend. I spoke about the quagmire in Libya with Dr. Paul Kengor, the economy with Sara Mohsin, the Obama Administration’s failed energy policies with Matt Pitzarella, and a number of other topics.  If you missed the program, you can listen to it here. I think you […]

A Blueprint For The Tea Party

Blue Collar Commentary With Dale McCoy Although last year’s election results are slowly fading in the rearview mirror, the issues that drove those results are not fading at all. We are still faced with a huge budget deficit, a staggering national debt, and a majority of irresponsible legislators. We are still overburdened with taxes, regulations, […]

Dale McCoy on Neil Cavuto

Today, Dale McCoy appeared on Fox News’s “Your World With Neil Cavuto” to talk about his “Eulogy for a Union” posted at his Blue Collar Commentary.

Scott Walker and the truth

By Lee Wishing, the administrative director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College The Wall Street Journal’s John Fund is a walking political encyclopedia. I was fascinated by his recall of regional election statistics a few weeks ago when he spoke at the Pennsylvania Breakfast at the Conservative Political Action Conference. […]

February 26-27 – Standing up for Tax Payers and for Freedom

[display_podcast] By Glen Meakem This weekend, Stephen Moore – Senior Economics Writer for the Wall Street Journal and co-author of the book “Return to Prosperity: How America can Regain its Economic Superpower Status” – joins me on the program

Eulogy For A Union

Blue Collar Commentary With Dale McCoy The union movement in America has been suffering for decades, and its pulse is rapidly deteriorating. It is currently undergoing treatment in Madison Wisconsin, but the outlook is grim. While many feel that the movement is finally showing signs of strength, I believe we are witnessing the euphoria that […]

Wisconsin Unions vs. Governor Walker:

By Dr.Mark W. Hendrickson As posted at The Center for Vision and Values Editor’s note: A version of this article was first published by the Christian Science Monitor. It is hard to overstate what is at stake in the dramatic showdown between Wisconsin’s teachers and their Republican governor and legislature. The political and economic course […]

FDR on Public Sector Unions

“Meticulous attention should be paid to the special relations and obligations of public servants to the public itself and to the Government… The process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into public service… A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the […]