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Take hold of shield and buckler and rise for ISRAEL'S help! Draw the spear and javelin against ISRAEL'S pursuers!
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
He Tried to Quit His Union. The Law Didn’t Let Him, and He Lost His Job Instead.
Plus: He Was an Antifa Activist. Then He Took an Economics Class.
May 14, 2019
Good morning from Washington, where liberals' new health care plan should make you more than a little queasy. That's Marie Fishpaw's take. A former shop steward fights to change a law that cost him his job for bucking a union. Kevin Mooney reports. Ukraine is regaining turf from Russia, Nolan Peterson writes. Plus: Fred Lucas on Denver's legalization of psychedelic mushrooms, Amy Swearer on real stories of good folks with guns, and David Harsanyi on progressives' poor predictions on tax cuts.
Francisco Molina, a social worker for more than 12 years in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, grew dissatisfied with his government employee union and tried to resign from it last summer rather than continue to pay dues.
In the last year, Ukrainian military forces retook about 9.3 square miles of territory in the country's embattled Donbas region, underscoring the slow and steady progress of a so-called creeping offensive that dates to late 2016.
After cautioning that passage of tax cuts would portend "Armageddon," then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi explained that the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was "the worst bill in the history of the United States Congress."
"The movement was never about marijuana; it was always about legalizing all drugs," says Kevin Sabet, a senior adviser in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy under the past three presidents.