Van Lines

with Joe Vanden Plas


The nativists beat their chests

Some Republicans in the nation’s capital apparently never tire of doing two silly and stupid things: turning off Latino voters in advance of presidential elections and charging right into Barack Obama’s bayonets when forcing government shutdowns.

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Alders, it’s no time to jump off Exact Sciences’ ledge

The Exact Sciences option for Judge Doyle Square was placed in doubt Tuesday by a federal task force, but it’s still too early for local leaders to join investors in jumping off the ledge.

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Will workplace privacy become a quaint relic?

The National Labor Relations Board’s new union election rules would be more palatable if they had simply focused on reducing the time it takes to schedule union elections. There was definitely more of a balance to be struck there — elections can now be held less than two weeks after an official petition is filed, down from “no sooner” than 25 days — but the NLRB couldn’t stop there.

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About Walker’s jobs record …

The day after Donald Trump’s rambling screed introducing himself as a presidential candidate — God help us — America’s favorite real estate mogul/egomaniac was asked to handicap the rest of the Republican primary field. When he got to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who recently announced his candidacy, “The Donald” noted the problems Walker has in Wisconsin.

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The new abnormal and its seismic shifts

Investment outlooks come and go, but trends are, well, trendy, and the global economy features plenty of them. Dave Heidel, regional investment director for The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank, says many of the factors affecting capital markets are not just transitional, they are serious, long-term shifts.

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