There are two major and interrelated issues bubbling just under the media radar but that will likely erupt fairly soon now. ONE is consideration of a new federal law that would allow states to declare bankruptcy as municipalities can now do. Short of another massive federal bailout, which the nation cannot afford, this may be the only solution for a number of states drowning in red ink. A limited bankruptcy would allow states to reorganize uncumbered by union constraints that are sinking them. According to Rasmussen, most Americans currently oppose this initiative. THE OTHER is a GOP push, mostly led by Rand Paul, for a National Right to Work law that could effectively bust unions by making it illegal to require workers to join a union or pay union dues in order to get or keep their jobs. According to Rasmussen, more than 80% of Americans favor this initiative. So what say you?