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Congress Goes on Offense to Stop Delphi Pensions from Being "Drained"

Bankruptcy Judge Robert DrainDuring the peak of the Auto Bailout, salaried pensioners from Delphi were, as many believe, unlawfully stripped of their pensions. U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robert Drain (Southern District of New York) allowed the Treasurary Department, under the leadership of Secretary Timothy Geithner, to unfairly represent various sides of the case leaving the salaried pensioners virtually unrepresented by counsel.     Read more »

at Feb 7, 2013 1:16 PM

Bankruptcy Courts Part 4 - Fairness and Consistency Go Down the Drain

Bankruptcy Judge Robert DrainDuring my investigation series, "A Lawless Presidency", I interviewed Ohio Congressman Mike Turner (R) about the Delphi bankruptcy case. Turner said the "entire process was a miscarriage of justice." After investigating this case further, it is clear why he said that. As you will see below, what happened to the Delphi Salaried Retirees during this bankruptcy process was unfair is unquestionable. But was it a consistent application of the law?

at Nov 28, 2012 12:50 PM

(VIDEO) Governor Scott Walker Discusses Controversial Labor Bill He Signed Into Law

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker went "On the Record" Friday to discuss his controversial labor bill and an emergency lawsuit filed against the bill. View the video clip and transcript below:

at Mar 12, 2011 6:01 PM

Wisconsin: "$800K for Viagra won't enhance performance inside classroom" says Lt. Gov. Kleefisch

Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch went "On the Record" Tuesday to discuss Governor Scott Walker's Budget Repair bill and the issue of collective bargaining.

Lt. Governor Kleefisch explained that the reason public employee collective bargaining is so costly is because "you don't join together to bargain in order to ask for less. You join together to bargain, you collectively bargain in order to ask for more. And collective bargaining is a huge cost driver for us." She went on to say:   Read more »

at Mar 2, 2011 1:02 PM
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