Richard Berman ARTICLES
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Labor Reform Faces Nonsensical Attacks
Labor Reform Met With Lies
The American worker should always have a say. The Employee Rights Act guarantees it.
Dalian Wanda: China's Propaganda Puppet
Connections to China’s political elite signal a broader agenda: promoting Chinese propaganda.
AFL-CIO's Pay Ratio Doesn't Tell The Whole Story
Big Labor is running roughshod over the workforce, despite union bosses’ desperate attempt to change the subject.
How Hollywood Is Losing Out To The Chinese Government
It’s time for Hollywood’s conscientious celebrities to read the tea leaves.
Friedrichs Victory Would Boost Employee Rights
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
Union members never consented to stuff the pockets of big-money Democratic consultants.
Black Friday Protests Are Little More Than A Union PR Campaign
They paid $240,614 last year to a PR firm to stage-manage the protests
No Rest For Union-Weary Workers This Labor Day
What have they done for us recently?
National Employee Freedom Week Highlights Union Members' Right To Opt Out
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
Mandated wages have been going up for decades, driving low employment and diminished opportunity.
Labor reform needs more than right-to-work
The Employee Rights Act is the next step.
FoodPolitik: 'Pink Slime' -- what's the big deal?
The Washington Post featured the company making 'Pink Slime' as a possible model for food safety just a few years ago
FoodPolitik: What do birth control pills and vegetarians have in common?
What do birth control pills and vegetarians have in common? If you look at enough studies, you can 'prove' just about anything
FoodPolitik: Sensationalist claims of 'risk' only benefit special interests
CDC study found soft-drink sugars should be targeted less than previously thought
FoodPolitik: Are soft drinks racist?
Meeting will assess the 'impact of sugary drinks in communities of color'
FoodPolitik: The public health community's toxic waste (of time)
Commentary published last week in British journal Nature: Sugar is 'toxic,' should be regulated like alcohol, tobacco
FoodPolitik: Want to live forever? Tax everything
Don’t we owe it to the millions whose lives we’d save by protecting them from themselves?
FoodPolitik: The right to arm bears?
The blind logic and unintended consequences of giving legal 'personhood' to animals
FoodPolitik: Which food activists did Santa tell to stuff it?
Santa's naughty list: PETA, Humane Society of the United States, Center for Science in the Public Interest
FoodPolitik: The Danish tax
Denmark's latest export is not so delicious: the world's first 'fat tax'