elections

Opinion: This Labor Day, Don’t Praise Labor Unions – Inside Sources

This Labor Day, the real threat to election integrity isn’t at your polling place–it’s at your workplace. Bolstered by the “most pro-union president” in the White House and his allies in Congress, labor leaders are confident they can finally eliminate the secret ballot vote in union elections. For American workers, the stakes couldn’t get any higher.

Inflation

Inflation Impacts in the Grand Canyon State – OH Predictive Insights

Rising Inflation is Costing a Majority of Arizonans at Least $200 Monthly A new survey commissioned by September Group, LLC and conducted by OH Predictive Insights measured the impact of inflation on the monthly budgets of Arizonans. According to the latest Arizona Public Opinion Pulse (AZPOP) Survey, 63% of Arizonans have seen a monthly spending increase of $200. This

U.S. Government

Gosar Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Curb Foreign Meddling on Elections

Despite laws barring foreigners from influencing American elections, a recent study found that foreign influence and corruption continues to undermine our elections. In response, this week, I joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers to introduce the Fighting Foreign Influence Act, legislation to crack down on foreign influence seeking to corrupt elections, government officials and think tanks.

Opinion

Opinion: Democracy Versus Kleptocracy, S. Korea and the Philippines – Inside Sources

Photo: Yoon Suk-yeol (Wikipedia) Comparisons between South Korea and the Philippines can be tempting.  I can’t help but succumb to the temptation after covering this month’s election of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos as president of the Philippines and then observing, via the internet, the inauguration in Seoul the next day of Yoon Suk-yeol as president of

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