Charlotte Workers Offered Free Legal Aid To Fight DNC Convention Discrimination
You’ve probably seen the reports from RedState’s Ben Howe on the Democratic National Committee discriminating against union-free Charlotte-area businesses on awarding 2012 Convention work, then Charlotte’s Mayor Foxx denying it, only to see the DNC award the Convention work to a Beltway union-company anyway. You may have also heard the Ritz Carlton, Charlotte employee who was told that he (and other employees) were to be displaced during | Read More »
DNC Union Favoritism Forcing Furloughs Of Charlotte’s Non-Union Hotel Workers?
In February, when the Democratic National Committee chose Charlotte, North Carolina as the host city for its September 2012 convention, it left the door wide open for the Charlotte-area’s union-free workforce to be discriminated against in favor union workers. Although Charlotte’s Democrat Mayor, Anthony Foxx (who is facing GOP challenger Scott Stone in Tuesday’s election), has denied the allegation, it appears Foxx has been misleading | Read More »
Dems Dodge Questions On Discriminatory Union PLAs For DNC Convention
In February, when North Carolina was awarded the Democratic National Convention over forced-union states, we alerted you to the devil in the details of the DNC having its convention in a predominantly union-free state. At issue is something traditionally known as Project Labor Agreements that give work to unionized employers and, as well, discriminate against union-free workers. Now, that devil appears to be rearing its | Read More »
Phase Two: Reclaiming America Precinct by Precinct
You may remember about a year ago, when a Boy Scout’s volunteerism caused the SEIU to threaten to file a grievance against the city of Allentown, Pennsylvania. It created quite a stir and eventually the SEIU backed down. Nearly a year later, however, the Allentown City Council is back in the news—this time taking up the matter of possibly passing a so-called Project Labor Agreement (or PLA, | Read More »