Union Briefs for March 28, 2013: SSDD–Teamsters Strike, UAW Hypocrites & Teachers Union Boss Lies
UAW United Against Its Workers?
“In an unusual case where the United Auto Workers union is bargaining as an employer, about 74 workers at the UAW-General Motors Center for Human Resources rejected the union’s latest contract proposal….
The employees have been working under the terms of their previous deal, which expired March 31, 2012, after rejecting the latest proposal Tuesday by a vote of 58 to 4.”
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Union Briefs for Fri., March 22, 2013: No Justice, No Peace? Vegas PD makes arrests, tourists get peace
For some, getting arrested at a union protest is a badge of honor–something to make Uncle Saul proud.
In Sin City, union protesters engaged in “civil disobedience” by blocking the Vegas strip in order to protest failed negotiations earned their activist merit badges on Wednesday by getting themselves arrested.
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FreedomFest bills itself as the world’s largest gathering of free minds. It will be happening July 11th to the 14th in Las Vegas, NV. I’ll be speaking that Saturday. Not sure what FreedomFest really is? Check this out. If you want to attend or are curious, you can check out the agenda right here. As a RedState reader, if you sign up in June (you’ve | Read More »
Teamsters’ Vegas Convention Calls for CEO Prosecutions & Union Pension Bailout
Despite the bribery scandals, the dancers, and the jokes about the millions of their members’ dues that Teamster bosses spent in Las Vegas last week at the union’s 28th international convention, delegates did accomplish one thing of note: The delegates passed a resolution that, among other things, calls for a “financial rescue package for struggling union pensions” (also known as the $165 billion union pension bailout). Following last | Read More »