Gun Sales Surge in Chattanooga after Shooting

It’s interesting to see how people respond differently to tragedies. In the wake of the Chattanooga mass murder, we heard the predictable calls by politicians to crack down on guns. They think that an inanimate object needs to be under more stringent controls so that it’s harder for people to have access to them. This is supposed to be a deterrent for criminals. Other people see the tragedy as a reminder to better protect themselves and their families by stocking up on guns and ammo. They Read more […]

VW Workers in Tennessee Say No to Union

Years ago, unions helped improve worker conditions, rights, benefits and wages.  For that we are all grateful.  However, nowadays, I see unions being more about liberal politics and driving costs so high that companies are forced to move out of the country in order to stay in business. I’ve known unions to go on strike for months, leaving their members to struggle financially.  I recall one strike years ago that lasted 9 months.  The union representatives walked out of negotiations and wouldn’t Read more […]