June 5, 2011

MY SUNDAY WASHINGTON EXAMINER COLUMN IS ON WISCONSIN: It’s Hard To Find Good Goons These Days.

When people who are used to dealing with cave-ins, or ladles of molten metal, hit the streets, they’re putting those traits to work in an environment that’s probably less dangerous than the one they work in every day. That makes them pretty formidable. . . . But miners and steelworkers are one thing. When the public employees of, say, Wisconsin hit the streets, it looked more like a bunch of disgruntled DMV clerks and graduate teaching assistants, because, well, that’s what it was.

Er, read the whole thing.

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