Vote for Paid Sick Leave

The Real Agenda Behind Voter Suppression

October 05, 2011
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L.A.'s Living Wage Ordinance Isn't a Job Killer

September 21, 2011
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Darrel Issa’s Government Handover

January 05, 2011

Cry Wolf Quotes

Vague statutory requirements and misguided management over the years have given OSHA one of the worst track records in the history of federal agencies. As a result of OSHA operations, the costs of doing business have increased substantially among affected industries. In addition, many employers, both business and farming, have complained of harassment, lack of adequate technical advice, and total disregard for local operations or the realities of doing business….For years, I have introduced and co-sponsored bills to eliminate small businesses from coverage of OSHA….I can think of few other issues which have so consistently irritated my constituents…I shall certainly continue my efforts to eliminate the costly and counterproductive practices of OSHA which lead to uncertainty, increased disillusionment with the federal government, and which show questionable benefits in terms of increased health and safety.

Senator John Tower (R-TX) writes to A.L. Simmons, Safety Director, Whittacker Corporation.

To expect well over half a million small businesses to adhere to these extensive requirements would be regulatory overkill.

Frank S. Swain, Chief Counsel for Advocacy, of the Reagan’s Small Business Administration.

Day after day, tomorrow after tomorrow, in every purchase they make, every trip they take, in every school, in every church, in every workplace, in every home, in ways that they may not even be aware of, the Clinton energy tax will be a silent, greedy destroyer of their family budget. And they will remember who set loose this dreadful virus into the economic bloodstream of our Nation

Rep. Robert Michel (R-IL), Congressional Record.

The bottom line is the unions bought the election. It's going to be a sadder day as more businesses leave the state and more don't want to come here.

State Republican Chairman Bob Tiernan.