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    Who Are You, Mitt?

    If you google the words “Mitt Romney, no apologies,” you’ll find a host of titles of articles such as: No apologies for climate change stance, No apology for individual health care mandate, or Mitt Romney makes no apologies. If you’re confused about where Mitt stands on the issues today, you’re not alone. However, if you really want to know who Mitt Romney is, try googling | Read More »

    The Latest From Obama’s Labor Dept: “You Might Be Union Busting If…”

    Last week, the union extremists controlling the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board conducted a coordinated attack on America’s job creators. The first punch, a 160-page rule-making proposal by the Department of Labor was issued on Monday for public comments. However, it was quickly drowned out by the second punch: Tuesday’s NLRB rule-making proposal to modify election procedures, which are intended | Read More »

    White House Graft With A Union Label?

    You may remember Andy Stern. Once upon a time, Stern was known as the hand inside Barack Obama’s puppet—the SEIU boss in a purple scarf whose union the candidate from Chicago once pledged his allegiance to. It was Stern who, after breaking up the AFL-CIO, became embroiled in controversies from California to Washington. Then, shortly after taking credit for getting ObamaCare passed, Stern left the union movement | Read More »

    Obama Agencies Announce Massive Attack on American Job Creators

    Over the last year, the Obama Administration, through its regulatory agencies, has been conducting a quiet war on American business—those enterprises that are the nation’s job creators. Earlier this week, the union extremists in Obama’s Department of Labor and the “independent” National Labor Relations Board (the same agency that may cause 1,000 Boeing employees in South Carolina to lose their jobs) launched an all-out offensive designed | Read More »

    The Machinists’ Catch 22: Boeing Employee Files NLRB Charge Against Union

    Since President Obama’s NLRB announced its prosecution of the Boeing Company some weeks ago for its opening a second 787 assembly line in South Carolina, the media and politicians have had much to say about the NLRB’s attack on business, Right to Work States, as well as the obvious overreach of a union-backed labor board attempting to make business decisions. However, less well publicized is the simple | Read More »

    Union Targets Target and Misses

    The United Food & Commercial Workers, following years of failed efforts at unionized mega-retailer Wal-Mart, grocer Whole Foods and seeing some of its unionized employers like A&P file for bankruptcy, had set its sights on a new target: Target. On Friday, the National Labor Relations Board conducted a secret-ballot election in Valley Stream, NY at one of Target’s approximately 1750 U.S. stores.  If the union won, | Read More »

    NLRB Judge on Length of Boeing Fight: ‘I’ll be retired or dead…’

    It appears the National Labor Relations Board does not like being the subject of the intense scrutiny its pro-union extremism has brought on. If it did, it wouldn’t be trying really, really hard to get the Boeing Company to reach some sort of settlement with the Machinists’ union. In fact, on Tuesday, the first day of the NLRB’s hearing to destroy South Carolina jobs, Administrative | Read More »

    Union Militants Organize Against FBI’s Terror-Tie Investigation

    Last September, federal agents conducted a search of the homes of 23 left-wing, anti-war activists, several of whom are union activists from Illinois and Minnesota.  The searches were in execution of warrants “seeking evidence in support of an ongoing Joint Terrorism Task Force investigation,” stated Steve Warfield, a spokesman for the FBI in Minneapolis, at the time. In Chicago, among those whose homes which were searched | Read More »

    The NLRB’s Kangaroo Court & Boeing Employees’ ‘Insurance’ Option…

    On Tuesday, the Boeing Company will be heading to the NLRB’s kangaroo court in Seattle, Washington to be prosecuted by an agency controlled by pro-union extremists. The outcome, as far as the NLRB hearing is concerned, is already a foregone conclusion. The hearing is a procedural nuisance that Boeing will have to endure to eventually have its case heard in the federal courts—which is likely | Read More »

    Non-Union Grocers Poised To Gain If UFCW Deploys M.A.D. Strike Strategy

    In 2003, the United Food & Commercial Workers engaged in what turned out to be a 141-day labor dispute in which the union lost. While the dispute cost the supermarket chains hundreds of millions in sales during the strike, UFCW members were devastated. Now, nearly eight years later, the UFCW is ready to hit the picket lines again in what can only be described as | Read More »

    Cedar Falls Bureaucrats to Property Owners: Give us the keys to your property…

    “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Benjamin Franklin In late May, property owners in Cedar Falls, Iowa had their city government vote (6 to 1) in the second of three votes (the third vote will be held on Monday) to force owners to place lock boxes on their property giving the Fire Department | Read More »

    SEIU On California’s Conservatives: ‘If we can’t get them out, we’ll breed them out.’

    There is a scene in the movie Braveheart in which King Edward I (Longshanks) laments that there are too many Scots. His solution is to declare reinstatement of the old practice of primae noctis, which is to allow his nobles to have the right to take the Scots’ newlywed wives to their beds on their wedding night. Upon declaring primae noctis, Longshanks states (in obvious | Read More »

    NJ’s Christie on Health & Pension Reform: We are on the precipice of disaster…

    With a staggering $66.7 billion in unfunded health care liabilities (the highest in the nation) for government workers, on top of the $53.9 billion in unfunded pension liabilities owed to those government workers, the Garden State’s fiscal ship is sinking fast. Already, New Jersey’s property taxes are the highest in the nation with the average residential property tax bill at $7,281. It is a problem | Read More »

    #Weinergate, just another example of liberal lies

    This really isn’t a post about…well…you know. However, as #Weinergate has unfolded over these past two weeks, it has provided yet another illustrative lesson in the Left’s methodology of crisis management: lie-blame-deny-obfuscate-confess. The playbook is something we’ve seen deployed too often over the years—most recently with the Left’s attacks on Paul Ryan‘s plan to reform Medicare, as they’ve thrown truth to the wolves. Congressman Benishek | Read More »

    Communist Party USA Experiencing Growing Pains

    An increase in Communist Party membership here in the U.S. really isn’t all that surprising. After all, given all of the Left-Wing hate propaganda that’s been occurring for the last several years and its increasing alignment with the union movement, with growing the Party as a long-term goal, eventually their efforts would begin to pay off. However, what is somewhat surprising is the Communist Party | Read More »