Sunday, April 6, 2008

Nanny State Interferes With Management's Right To Screw Workers

That pesky Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development - - this time allied with State Rep. Josh Zepnick, D-Milwaukee) - - is at again, interfering with the rights of a South side Milwaukee auto parts firm that suddenly locked its doors and and withheld from workers $1.5 million in wages owed under the law.

Now I see just how onerous and dictatorial is the business climate in Wisconsin. How can you operate a business in this day and age if you can't just keep workers wages after a surprise shutdown?

No wonder businesses are moving to China.

Let's hope that Justices Ziegler, Gableman, et al will address this on behalf of the WMC in the State Supreme Court's fall term.

We need some judicial activism to restore managements' rights!

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