When I was on Up With Chris Hayes in January, I talked about how the business lobby, led by the Chamber of Commerce, was mounting a ferocious campaign against a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board requiring employers to post a notice informing workers of their statutory rights. Today, a federal judge, appointed by Bush the Elder, overturned that ruling. Remember: this is just a requirement that employees be informed of their rights. It doesn’t impose costs on employers, restrict their profits, regulate their operations: it just requires that working men and women be informed of their rights. Struck down by a Republican judge. Ah, the freedom, the freedom.