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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! State of Oregon fines Christian bakers $135,000 over a wedding cake. “Not on…

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! State of Oregon fines Christian bakers $135,000 over a wedding cake. “Not only did [Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian] levy a $135,000 judgment against the Kleins for ‘emotional damages’ to the couple denied a wedding cake, he slapped a gag order on them that forbids the Kleins from explaining to potential customers […]

Oregon Slaps Christian Bakers With a Fine and Gag Order For Refusing to Help Celebrate Gay Wedding

Yesterday — just in time for the Fourth of July holiday — Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian issued his long-awaited ruling against Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of the since-closed Sweet Cakes by Melissa. Finding them guilty of...Show More Summary

Christian Bakery Owners Silenced By Officials As Lesbian Couple Awarded $135,000 In Damages For Being “Mentally Raped” By The Bakers

[guest post by Dana] Power corrupts obscenely and absolutely: On Thursday, Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian upheld a preliminary finding that sentenced Aaron and Melissa Klein, the Christian bakers who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding, to a fine of $135,000 in emotional damages to the homosexual couple they denied service, but […]

The KKK will hold a Labor Day cross burning – and they want supporters to bring their children

10 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

The KKK wants its supporters to spend Labor Day weekend with them, according to its website — and they really want their children to come too. The notorious hate group will be holding its “National Congress” in Harrison, Arkansas. Attendees are expected to wear “casual...

Midday open thread: Don't endorse candidates Trumka tells state labor leaders; carbon capture mirage

11 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Scalia’s poetry slam: What's coming up on Sunday Kos... The Southern heritage that Lost Causers would like us to ignore, by Susan Grigsby The legitimate, though unpopular, case for more politicians in Washington,...Show More Summary

2:00PM Water Cooler 7/3/15

Today's Water Cooler: All Grexit all the time! Sanders fundraising, Clinton sycophants, labor force participation, social media and democracy

Bakery Fined for Refusing to Make Wedding Cake for Lesbian Couple

12 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

The proprietors of Oregon-based bakery, Sweet Cakes by Melissa, just got slammed with a $135,000 fine for refusing to make a cake for a lesbian couple's wedding, according to the Huffington Post. Brad Avakian, the Oregon Labor Commissioner,...Show More Summary

Anti-Gay Bakers Vow Appeal After Oregon Orders Them To Pay $135K To Lesbian Couple

12 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa say they’ll appeal Oregon’s order this week that they pay $135,000 in damages to a lesbian couple for refusing to bake a wedding cake based on their religious beliefs. On Thursday, Oregon Labor Commiss… The post Anti-Gay Bakers Vow Appeal After Oregon Orders Them To Pay $135K To Lesbian Couple appeared first on Towleroad.

Millennials and Their Job Search

The millennial generation, or children born from 1980 to 2000, may comprise half of the American labor pool by 2020 and three-fourths by 2025 as baby boomers retire. Recruiters and hiring managers should pay attention to the work environment needs of this generation if they want to get ahead of the competition. Show More Summary

Labor Secretary Says New Overtime Rule Will Help Millions 'Get Back Into The Middle Class'

WASHINGTON -- Over the past year, as his agency was developing a rule to expand overtime pay to more Americans, Labor Secretary Tom Perez met a lot of workers who log brutal hours. Amid all the tales of double shifts and missed timeShow More Summary

America, What Do We Do After Charleston?

For in a warm climate, no man will labor for himself who can make another labour for him. This is so true, that of the proprietors of slaves a very small proportion indeed are ever seen to labor. And can the liberties of a nation beShow More Summary

Robert Reich: Overtime might save the middle class

The former secretary of labor examines the benefits of a new proposal to raise the overtime threshold

Oregon Labor Commissioner Orders Christian Bakery to Pay $135,000 in Damages to Gay Couple

Oregon State Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian has ordered Christian bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein to pay $135,000 in damages to... The post Oregon Labor Commissioner Orders Christian Bakery to Pay $135,000 in Damages to Gay Couple appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Canadian Bill to Force Unions to Disclose Political Activities Could Hurt Hockey and Football Players

16 hours agoNews : Vice News

A controversial piece of legislation ostensibly aimed at increasing transparency in Canada's labor unions, and on track to become law by next week, could have negative implications for everyone from Sidney Crosby to your local shop steward, according to critics. Show More Summary

America, What Do We Do After Charleston?

For in a warm climate, no man will labor for himself who can make another labour for him. This is so true, that of the proprietors of slaves a very small proportion indeed are ever seen to labor. And can the liberties of a nation beShow More Summary

6 Summer Party Ideas That Won't Break the Bank

Summer is the ideal time for get-togethers. On top of holidays like Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day, we also enjoy regular weekend grill-outs, birthdays, and pool parties. It's a whole lot of fun, and throwing your own shindig can be very rewarding. The only problem is the cost —...

Creating A More Defensive Investment Portfolio With Bonds

With Greece and Puerto Rico on the brink of bankruptcy, stock market volatility has returned. Even US Treasury bonds have sold off with the 10-year yield moving from 2% to 2.4% due to a strengthening labor market and signs of inflationary pressure on the horizon. Due to such headwinds, it’s getting incredibly difficult to make Read More...

Six Years After the Recession Ended, a Distinctly Two-Sided Economy

The Labor Department released its June jobs report—an important one, coming six years after the end of the recession—and the reviews were decidedly mixed. Here's a look at some of the highlights.

5 Reasons the Fed Will Raise Interest Rates Soon

Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP By Peter Morici NEW YORK -- On Thursday, the Department of Labor reported that the economy added 223,000 jobs in June -- hardly robust given that monthly gains averaged 260,000 last year -- but still good enough...Show More Summary

NSW whip steps down after raid

Federal police raided Labor whip Noreen Hay's office amid electoral fraud investigation.

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