Before working for the Freedom Foundation, Samuel spent some time working for the Washington State Legislature. He worked for offices on both sides of the aisle but was known for his calm demeanor and interest in individual liberty.
Samuel graduated from Central Washington University with a double major in Political Science and Public Policy. In his free time he enjoys exploring the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, working on computers, and exploring local breweries.
A few days ago, LA School Report ran a story about a 2016 dues increase for United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) members.
Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) administrators are asking themselves the same question today after an audit performed by the California State Auditors Office in December made it clear the district is in big trouble.
The Freedom Foundation, on Jan. 7, held a press conference in Huntington Beach, Calif., to announce the filing of its latest lawsuit — this time on behalf of more than two dozen Orange County lifeguards
In case you haven’t been watching the news, you may not know that United Auto Workers, the union representing more than 34,000 public employees in higher education across California, has been up to its eyeballs in a corruption scandal for the past few years.
The Freedom Foundation has now spoken with more than 75,000 public employees across California. With more than two dozen canvassers working across the state, the free-market think tank combines incredible reach with the ability to do what no other organization like it can.
More than 1,000 bills passed through the California State Legislature and were sent on to the governor’s desk this year
Freedom Foundation canvassers recently began working in Orange County (Calif.), and it didn’t take long for the Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) to take notice.
Freedom Foundation canvassers have been active in San Bernardino County for nearly a year now, informing public employees their constitutional right to cease paying union dues was affirmed last year by the U.S. Supreme Court in Janus v. AFSCME.
AB 378, signed into law on Sept. 30 by California Gov. Gavin Newsome is the latest brazen scheme by organized labor to skim the paychecks of publicly subsidized workers already struggling to make ends meet on modest wages.