News Taco To Go: NFL, RFK, Unions, Unemployment And Budget Cuts
NFL owners and players have still not been able to come to a new agreement, and some are starting to worry that this could lead to all kinds of adverse consequences.
Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin Sirhan Sirhan was denied parole, even though he claims he doesn’t remember anything about the events that lead to the politician’s death.
Anti-union bills continue in Wisconsin, and now, Ohio; lawmakers in Wisconsin are losing $100 a day for being out of state to avoid a vote on the anti-union budget, while Ohio state senators just passed their own anti-union, anti-collective bargaining rights bill.
Unemployment claims hit their lowest point in three years last week, leading some to hope that the economy may be rebounding.
Voters both don’t want to cut anything from the budget, and worry about the deficit; 80% said they worried about the deficit, but 60% are concerned any cuts could affect them personally.