Is The Obama Administration Aiding & Abetting In The Murder Of Mexico?
Nearly a year ago, it was interesting to be attacked as Neo-Cons after stating what seemed to be obvious then and, unfortunately, is becoming more obvious by the day regarding the chaos in Mexico. Here was the statement and the resultant question: Like it or Not: Mexico is America’s Next Afghanistan With the exception of, perhaps, Texas governor Rick Perry, no public official wants to publicly | Read More »
House Committee Takes an Axe to Job-Killing Union Measures
This morning, the House Committee on Appropriations issued a press release regarding its Draft Fiscal Year 2012 Labor, Health and Human Services Funding Bill. Within the text of the release, there are some specific union-payback items that the Committee knows are harmful to the creation of jobs and are, as a result, taking an ax to. If the appropriations bill is passed, with their oxygen supply cut off, | Read More »
Rahm Tells Chicago Garbage Workers: Get back to work! Your bad apples are bringing out the rats…
Chicago has a rat problem. The furry kind that, according to a CBS Chicago report last year, dwell in the most densely populated areas of the Windy City. And, the worst part? Even though they’re from Asia, they’re called Norway rats. They prefer fresh food, but will eat many things such as pet food, dog feces, garbage and plants. If food is scarce, the strongest | Read More »
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis To Headline AFL-CIO Union Organizing ‘Summit’…
In yet another example the Obama Administration’s pandering to its union cronies while thumbing its nose at the other 88% of America that is union free, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis will be headlining (at taxpayer expense) to an AFL-CIO “summit” later this week in Minneapolis. The subject of the conference? How to target and unionize young people (and others). Targeting younger workers has been part | Read More »
Obama’s Labor Department Blasted in Public Comments Over Dangerous ‘Persuader’ Proposal
Last week, the public comment period closed on the Obama Labor Department’s proposed regulatory change to alter a 1959 law that would make employers and their service providers (attorneys and various consultants) file financial disclosure statements and make personal information public, all in order to give union bosses hit lists of individuals and companies to target. Prior to the closing of the public comment period, | Read More »
Herman Cain: It’s not over…
By and large, many pundits have declared Herman Cain’s bid for the presidency a long shot at best, or already over… However, Herman Cain begs to differ…as do the straw poll delegates in Florida. “Thank you to the Republican voters for this incredible honor of being named the winner of the Presidency 5 straw poll in Florida today,” Mr. Cain said. “This is a sign | Read More »
Is the Machinists’ “Smoking Gun” Merely A Smoke Screen To Cover Its Own Actions?
Sometimes it is difficult to see the forest through the trees. Such seems to be the case of the media’s reporting on the matter of the union appointees at President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board and their prosecution of Boeing. This latest example of the media being blinded is the alleged ‘smoking gun’ that was reported on Friday. However, if the media were to actually | Read More »
The AFL-CIO Defends Union Violence As A ‘Legitimate’ Union Activity, Will The Dept. of Labor Do It Too?
A little over a month ago, in a case that drew national attention, a man was targeted at his home, shot and injured, all because he dared to run union free business. Now, in Buffalo, New York, a case involving outrageous allegations of labor-racketeering and union violence aimed at non-union construction workers and company owners is proceeding through the judicial process. Its outcome, however, may | Read More »
A Very Public Comment On The Department Of Labor’s Persuader Proposal
The following comment* was submitted to the Department of Labor on the DOL’s proposed rule change to make most types of HR, safety, productivity, compensation and other types of consultants and employers file financial reports with the DOL as “persuaders.” If you wish to comment, you have until the close of business today. You can submit your comments by going to: http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=LMSO-2011-0002-0001 Please consider this | Read More »
SHOCK! Laborers’ Union To Pay Up To $12.5 Million To Get Rid Of ‘Cheese-Eating Rat’ SEIU
Union hypocrisy notwithstanding, the sheer amount of money that the Laborers International Union of North America would shell out to bust the SEIU is staggering–between $10 million and $12.5 million—is staggering. Very simply, the SEIU is persona non grata when it comes to representing LIUNA’s employees in Toronto (and presumably anywhere). So, rather than dealing with the union representing its own staffers, the Laborers’ union | Read More »
Is the US Department of Labor About To Develop Hit Lists of Individuals To Be Targeted By Unions?
As a preface, sometimes it helps to have been “on the other side” when trying to determine what the unions’ game plan is within the Obama Administration. What you are about to read comes from having been on the other side and, quite frankly, putting two and two together. And, if you are not alarmed when you finish reading this, you should be, because there | Read More »
TAKE ACTION: America’s Job Creators Are About To Be Sucker Punched & You Have Until Wednesday To Comment
You need to act before Wednesday. At a time when the Obama Administration is clamoring to save or create jobs, his Department of Labor is about to sucker punch America’s job creators with an unprecedented regulatory overreach—all to curry more favor with union bosses. On Wednesday, the public comment period will be closing on a Department of Labor proposal that the majority of America knows | Read More »
UPDATE: #OccupyWallSt: Just A Saturday Stroll Through The Park…
It was supposed to be this: On the 17th of September, we want to see 20,000 people to flood into lower Manhattan, set up beds, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street for a few months. Instead, as they say about the best laid plans, it was something entirely different. It was, frankly, a stroll through a park—Zuccotti Park, in lower Manhattan, to be exact. A Non-Union | Read More »
Facing RICO Suit, SEIU Ends Two-Year Corporate Campaign Against Sodexo
Facing a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) lawsuit, and apparently figuring they were going to lose and lose big, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) agreed to end its massive corporate attack against Sodexo. In exchange for the SEIU ending its corporate campaign, Sodexo agreed to dismiss its RICO suit against the SEIU. Meanwhile, Sodexo employees maintain their right to secret-ballot election–something the | Read More »
UPDATE: The Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act Passes House
UPDATE: Protecting Jobs From Government Interference Act (H.R. 2587) Final Vote Vote: Yea: 238; Nay: 186; No Vote: 9 [7 Republicans Voted Nay, 8 Democrats Voted Yea] ——— A House vote is scheduled shortly for the Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act (H.R. 2587). Union bosses and their cronies in Congress are on attack, since the bill neuters the Obama National Labor Relations Board’s ability to kill up to 5,000 | Read More »