Freedom Foundation

Define ‘Financially Whole’ And Why Anyone Has A Right to Be Kept That Way

From having to wear masks in summer heat to closing businesses, to missing out on graduations, funerals, weddings and other landmark lifetime events, we’ve all taken our hits, even if involuntarily.

Another Day, Another Union Leader in Handcuffs

Big Labor has always had big issues with crime in its ranks.

Billboards Urge ‘King Newsom’ To Relax COVID Restrictions

While Gavin Newsom loafs around the $3.7 million Fair Oaks Victorian mansion essentially given to him by a satisfied business partner for services rendered, the California governor has the gall to demand further sacrifices from thousands of small business owners.

Internal Documents Paint a Bleak Picture for OSEA

In the current economic climate, businesses across the country are uncertain of their future —with many governors wielding extra-constitutional “emergency powers” to determine which are essential and which must shutter their doors.

Freedom Foundation complaint alleges Seattle union front group violating federal labor laws

As reported today by Bloomberg Law, the Freedom Foundation and Center for Union Facts have jointly filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) alleging that Working Washington, a Seattle, Wash.-based nonprofit worker center, has failed to comply with federal regulations governing...

OCSEA/AFSCME Local 11 and State of Ohio Settle Class-Action Lawsuit – Admitting to Unconstitutional Escape Period

Major relief has finally arrived for a number of Ohio’s public employees, and it couldn’t come at a better time.

Gov. Newsom Fiddles While California Burns

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has a lot to say about the current situation in California, as things have changed in a big way over the last two months. Originally, the Golden State was hailed as the model for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.

Waterpark owner fights ‘hypocritical’ shutdown order that opens lakes

Originally Published on  Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s coronavirus shutdown order has yet to deter fun-seekers from flocking to the public shoreline on Lake Chelan or protesters from descending on Seattle, but if Robert Bordner reopens his water park, he could go to jail. Faced...