EEOC Sues American Freight Furniture and Mattress for Systemic Sex-Based Discrimination in Hiring

American Freight Management Company, LLC d/b/a American Freight Furniture and Mattress violated federal anti-discrimination laws by engaging in systemic discrimination against female applicants, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today. The lawsuit charges that American Freight refused to hire or even consider a class of female applicants for … Read moreEEOC Sues American Freight Furniture and Mattress for Systemic Sex-Based Discrimination in Hiring

Surrendering the Culture War

Pat Buchanan’s strong campaign challenge to sitting President George H.W. Bush in 1992 was derailed only through typical homegrown voting fraud. Allowed to address the Republican convention, Buchanan gave a speech that seems more prescient every day, as we watch America go the way of the Roman empire. “There is a religious war going on … Read moreSurrendering the Culture War

City of Jacksonville Agrees to Pay $4.9 Million to Settle Class Race Discrimination Lawsuit

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today that it has resolved its race discrimination lawsuit against the Jacksonville Association of Fire Fighters, Local 122, IAFF. The EEOC’s lawsuit against the union was a companion case to the lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice against the City of Jacksonville (Case No.3-12-cv-451-J-32MCR), which … Read moreCity of Jacksonville Agrees to Pay $4.9 Million to Settle Class Race Discrimination Lawsuit

International Trade Administration: Helping to Win the Fight Against Trade Barriers

Steven Presing is the Executive Director for Trade Agreements, Policy and Negotiations at the International Trade Administration (ITA) Here at the ITA, one of our strategic objectives is to enforce the nation’s trade laws and ensure compliance with our trade agreements. This allows U.S. businesses to compete both domestically and internationally on a level playing … Read moreInternational Trade Administration: Helping to Win the Fight Against Trade Barriers

Press Release: New CPA Study Shows Competitive US Dollar Could Produce Over 6 Million New Jobs

Groundbreaking study quantifies economic costs of overvalued dollar  Washington. A new study of the US economy from the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) economics team shows that the US dollar is overvalued by 27 percent. Adjusting the dollar to a competitive level would yield large benefits to the economy, including an estimated $1 trillion in additional … Read morePress Release: New CPA Study Shows Competitive US Dollar Could Produce Over 6 Million New Jobs