There Is No Labor Shortage

It’s mostly the sectors dominated by low-wage jobs that are struggling.

The End of the Writers’ Strike, Explained

What a new agreement means for Hollywood and AI.

The UAW (and Bidenomics) vs. Economic Reality

How policy fuels a needless conflict that may have no long-term winners.

The UAW Strike Continues

An ongoing work stoppage at U.S. auto plants is testing the strength of Biden’s coalition.

The Summer of Labor?

Despite a number of high-profile strikes, union membership in the U.S. remains near record lows.

A Christian Postal Worker’s SCOTUS Case, Explained

The ruling could change the way employers approach religious accommodations.

Which Side Are You On?

Infrastructure and energy vs. political convenience

The High Cost of Labor Strife at U.S. Ports

Everyone pays when unions successfully battle automation.

Bye, America

Forcing federal contractors to use U.S. goods and services generates all sorts of economic harms.

This Labor Day, Better Policy for All American Workers

Previewing my forthcoming book, Empowering the New American Worker.