I'm in the chicago area where union pensions run wild..no control and a state on the verge of insolvency...does chicago file bankruptcy now or wait till there is no choice after the is no money coming from the state
I suppose that if those firms wanted something done, and the American people weren't on the other side, they had the power to get what they wanted.
But of course the American people weren't on the other side: They'd never heard about this! I keep up with politics generally, but I had never heard of this issue until I heard Ken was helping you write a book about this. How come this issue isn't discussed as much as it should be in the mainstream and conservative media, respectively?