May Day (May 1st) is a celebration of worker “rights” (and springtime, but, really..). Of course, as we’ve seen in Wisconsin, worker rights are usually translated into jargon that reads as “my comforts are more important than yours, taxpayer!” Unionized labor in places like Greece and Portugal, whose pensions and statism have sucked the country dry, have organized “protests against austerity measures expected to be imposed under a European Union and International Monetary Fund bailout plan.”
May Day, a reminder of the thuggery of modern public unions, is appropriately only a keystroke from writing “mayday.”DONATE
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