Sean Hazlett

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Big Labor Puts Politics Ahead of Jobs

Last March, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) filed a complaint against Boeing for its decision to set up a non-unionized production line in South Carolina. The complaint alleges that Boeing is locating a second production line in that state

Obama's National Mileage Tax Is a Bad Idea

The Obama Administration has recently floated the idea of a national mileage tax. The government would install electronic tracking equipment in vehicles to determine how many miles drivers traveled, and drivers would pay the tax electronically at gas stations. The

A Chronicle Of Obama's Failures

As the Presidential campaign season begins, it is important to reflect on President Obama accomplishments after his first two years. Rather than rehash all his achievements and failures, a simple chart can be more effective in telling the story. Compared

Obama's Orwellian Double-Speak On Energy

The Democratic Party has traditionally supported approaches to reduce American reliance on foreign oil favoring more expensive, less reliable, but “cleaner” energy solutions like wind and solar energy. Yet, in many cases, it has resisted increasing domestic extraction of oil

Attacking Libya Serves Iran's Security Interests

What Qaddafi has done to his people is morally reprehensible, but why is it any different than events in Sudan, Zimbabwe, Côte d’Ivoire, or Bahrain? More importantly, how does intervention in the conflict meet vital American interests? On the contrary,

Iraq vs. Libya: Exposing Left Wing Hypocrisy

In the rush to act in Libya, some liberals have conveniently forgotten many of the arguments they made opposing American intervention in Iraq. Whether one agrees with the President’s current course of action, the left’s old arguments against intervention in