New SAG-AFTRA bureaucrats strike against local union autonomy

Nashville based long time SAG activist Cece Dubois makes an important point in responding to a SAG-AFTRA decision to shut…

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Academic freedom (and due process) under threat at Brooklyn Law School?

Brian Leiter reports on a threat to tenure standards at Brooklyn Law School. A review of the board of trustees…

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Yet another “flash crash,” but why?

Although not on the same scale as the $800 billion May 2010 “flash crash,” markets were again spooked this week…

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Another courtroom defeat for law school “transparency” crowd

A New York court has tossed out a lawsuit against Brooklyn Law School over allegations that employment statistics were somehow…

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More proof that Scott Shane and the NY Times missed the Obama/Ayers story

This time courtesy of Bill Ayers himself comes confirmation of the relationship between Obama and Ayers reaching back to the…

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Do union mergers work? Cutting costs is the “easy” part

The entertainment and media industry (EMI) is going through dramatic restructuring. There is huge pressure on the talent that provides…

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The day I blogged like a Pulitzer Prize winner…or vice versa.

The Wall Street Journal is proud that its foreign policy columnist Bret Stephens has won a Pulitzer for his columns.…

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Business as usual already at new union SAG-AFTRA

The actors and broadcasters union negotiating team has reached a new contract with the advertising industry. The terms were supposed…

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New union tested: SAG-AFTRA & Ad industry reach deal

The first major test for the leadership of the newly merged SAG-AFTRA union is now underway. The union leadership has…

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