AFL-CIO's Pay Ratio Doesn't Tell The Whole Story

Opinion | Richard Berman
Richard Trumka

Big Labor is running roughshod over the workforce, despite union bosses’ desperate attempt to change the subject.

Friedrichs Victory Would Boost Employee Rights

Opinion | Richard Berman
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 06: Flowers bloom in front of The United States Supreme Court building November 6, 2015 in Washington, DC. The court announced Friday that it will hear another case related to the landmark Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, and its contraception mandate as it relates to religious nonprofit groups. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The Court should rule in her favor, and Congress should pass the ERA.

Unions Spend Big On Ads, Rather Than Spending Time On Real Issues

Opinion | Richard Berman

Union members never consented to stuff the pockets of big-money Democratic consultants.

Black Friday Protests Are Little More Than A Union PR Campaign

Opinion | Richard Berman

They paid $240,614 last year to a PR firm to stage-manage the protests

No Rest For Union-Weary Workers This Labor Day

Opinion | Richard Berman

What have they done for us recently?

National Employee Freedom Week Highlights Union Members' Right To Opt Out

Opinion | Richard Berman

This July the NLRB handed the SEIU a major victory — but momentum is against big labor.

Take Back The High Ground In The Minimum Wage Debate

Opinion | Richard Berman

Mandated wages have been going up for decades, driving low employment and diminished opportunity.

Labor reform needs more than right-to-work

Opinion | Richard Berman

The Employee Rights Act is the next step.

The need for national labor reform is real

Opinion | Richard Berman

Unions spend tens of millions of dollars each year on political causes that many of their members oppose.

Hilda Solis: Organized labor's humble servant

Opinion | Richard Berman

Solis, the outgoing secretary of labor, has blatantly favored union interests during her time in office.

Potential port strike shows that Big Labor needs big reform

Opinion | Richard Berman

14,500 members of the International Longshoremen’s Association will go on strike if a deal isn’t reached by December 29.

Personal freedom wins in Michigan

Opinion | Richard Berman

The Great Lakes State’s new right-to-work law is a sign of things to come.

The animal rights movement wrongs animals

Opinion | Richard Berman

Animal rights groups have surprisingly little concern for animal welfare.

The CREW farce

op-ed | Richard Berman

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which portrays itself as a ‘watchdog’ group, is laughably biased.

A red light on green food rhetoric

Opinion | Richard Berman

The organic food movement is untethered from reality.

FoodPolitik: The Danish tax - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Richard Berman

Denmark’s latest export is not so delicious: the world’s first ‘fat tax’

FoodPolitik: Hysterical Huffington hype - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Richard Berman
Arianna Huffington

Rick Berman on why the Huffington Post isn’t a healthy source of nutrition advice

FoodPolitik: Earth Day - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Richard Berman

It’s time we reconciled the various competing visions about what’s best for the planet

FoodPolitik: Chewing on 40 years of food policing - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Richard Berman

What did you have for lunch today? It doesn’t really matter. Whatever it was, it’s probably going to cause heart disease, cancer, or hypertension

FoodPolitik: Bag the feel-good environmentalism - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Richard Berman

Think taxing plastic bags saves the environment? Think again