If you've been on the Metro in recent days, you might have seen an ad designed to make you feel sorry for our poor health insurance companies. So sorry that you'll call your congressman and demand he support a bill that would gut an important part of the health care reform law.
Just as we require political ads to disclose the sources of their funding, we should make sure that these faceless front groups come out of the shadows and tell us up front -- on the ads themselves -- who exactly is paying for them.
I heard that J. Justin Wilson was going to meet me in the schoolyard for advocating for the Employee Free Choice Act. This guy is suppose to be the top researcher at the nation's top anti-worker front.
Berman has established a bevy of anti-reform "non-profit" websites that enable him to attack everything from ACORN to unions to MADD while defending trans-fats and a low minimum wage as good for the economy.
While international law recognizes union organizing as a human right, the bailout barons were seeking to use some of the billions in taxpayer funds to rob those same taxpayers of the right to fairly form a union.
When uninsured Wal-Mart workers get sick, American taxpayers foot the bill. They pay for coverage through Medicaid, the health insurance plan for the poor. That's what the Walton family, which owns Wal-Mart, banks on.