Will The Supreme Court End Union Organizing By Extortion?
On Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court heard a case that has the potential to devastate the what’s left of the private-sector union movement. The case tangentially involves something that, to many laypersons, often looks like a form of extortion (or bribery) but is currently legal under U.S. labor law, wherein a union uses economic, political and media pressure (also known as Corporate Campaigns) to | Read More »
New Labor Management Standards? Union Bosses Get Another Radical Ally Into A Position of Power
Union bosses got another ally into a position of power last month with the appointment of union lawyer and labor professor Michael Hayes to become the director a little-known, but powerful Department of Labor sub-agency called the Office of Labor Management Standards (OLMS).
As the new director of the OLMS, Michael Hayes is not just a union attorney and law professor, he is an advocate with extremely pro-union views.
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Fighting Back: Delta Flight Attendants Tell AFA “Go Away!”
On Wednesday, November 3rd, shares of Delta Air Lines Inc. shot up 2.5% in one day. The reason? Votes had been counted by the National Mediation Board and Delta’s 20,000 flight attendants (FAs) had rejected unionization—for the third time in 10 years. Most people with common sense might think that three strikes and you’re out, right? Well, not if the autocratic union bosses at the | Read More »
A Death By A Thousand Cuts
We have written on numerous occasions that the Obama Administration is controlled by union bosses. Throughout the administration, union bosses have planted their people in order to do their bidding to help unionize America. After you read this post, it will be hard for you to disagree with the following statement: The Obama Administration is the most anti-business administration in the last 70 years—if not | Read More »
The Baseball Bat Behind Obama’s Federal Pay Freeze Gimmick
If you’ve passed through Milwaukee airport recently, you may have noticed a table in the center of the terminal with a man sitting amidst a bunch of union paraphernalia. The man, a union organizer with the American Federation of Government Employees is apparently set up day after day collecting support and signatures as part of AFGE’s drive to unionize the TSA blue shirts. Unlike the | Read More »