My View For Awhile: Unintimidated Edition

I’m off again!

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I use the time to read.

I am reading Gov. Walker’s book, Unintimidated.

Many thanks to the kind reader who sent the Kindle book!

UPDATE:

Between flights.

The book has a fascinating account of the total chaos liberals and unions from around the country stirred up in Madison when Walker and the WI assembly were passing Act 10 to eliminate collective bargaining.

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2 Responses to My View For Awhile: Unintimidated Edition

  1. OrthodoxChick says:

    Prayers for another safe flight father.

  2. John of Chicago says:

    Regarding Update on “liberals and unions,” Emeritus Pope Benedict had this to say:
    “Through the combination of social and economic change, trade union organizations experience greater difficulty in carrying out their task of representing the interests of workers, partly because Governments, for reasons of economic utility, often limit the freedom or the negotiating capacity of labour unions. Hence traditional networks of solidarity have more and more obstacles to overcome. The repeated calls issued within the Church’s social doctrine, beginning with Rerum Novarum[60], for the promotion of workers’ associations that can defend their rights must therefore be honoured today even more than in the past, as a prompt and far-sighted response to the urgent need for new forms of cooperation at the international level, as well as the local level.”
    “Caritas in Veritate”–section 25