White House’s spending cuts? Critics call it creative Washington accounting

Critics say the cuts proposed by the White House are more a reflection of creative Washington accounting than of substantive cuts.

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SEIU begs workers to keep paying upComments Off

A powerful Washington State union has abandoned defending a forced dues scheme and shifted its tactics to appealing to home health workers to remain in the union.

Florida police department to begin using body-mounted camerasComments Off

Sarasota police officers will begin wearing body-mounted cameras later this year in an effort to increase police transparency.

Teacher says union resorting to bully tactics in wake of decertificationComments Off

The doom and gloom predictions of the state’s largest teachers union haven’t come to pass more than a year after Deerfield USD 216 faculty opted to boot out the Kansas National Education Association, according to teacher Doug Crandall.

Obama’s Ferguson trap: Why he can’t win on raceComments Off

Dealing with racial conflagrations is especially difficult for the nation’s first black president.

Alaska referendum on oil tax credit repeal too close to callComments Off

A referendum to repeal Alaska’s revised oil tax system was losing by a narrow margin late Tuesday night but the outcome was too close to call.

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