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    Bill Ayers, You’re Wanted For Questioning…

    San Francisco—On Monday, February 16, a bomb blew up at Park Police Station, killing a police sergeant and wounding several others. Sergeant McDonnell caught the full force of the flying shrapnel, which consisted of heavy metal staples and lead bullets. As other officers tried rendering aid to the fallen sergeant, they could see that he sustained a severed neck artery wound and severe wounds to his eyes and neck. He | Read More »

    Are Union-Bought Democrats Rushing to the Aid of the Union-Controlled NLRB?

    For the last several years, outside of union bosses themselves, there has been no greater proponent behind the hallucinogenically-named Employee Free Choice Act—the failed bill that effectively would have killed secret-ballot elections on unionization in the workplace—than California Democrat Congressman George Miller. In fact, going all the way back to 2003, Miller has introduced the job-killing legislation in the 108th, 109th and 110th Congress’, where | Read More »

    Wisconsin Judge Maryann Sumi & Her (SEIU, AFL-CIO) Political Operative Son

    On Friday, unions scored a temporary victory to maintain their ability to collect union dues from Wisconsin public employees when Judge Maryann Sumi (the same judge who refused to order striking teachers back to work in February) issued a Temporary Restraining Order preventing the implementation of Wisconsin’s new law governing public-sector unions. Via the Wall Street Journal: Judge Maryann Sumi said a lawsuit filed by | Read More »

    AT&T to Buy T-Mobile, Union Targets $15 Million/yr in Dues Through Card Check

    Sunday’s breaking business story is the announcement that unionized AT&T will be buying union-free T-Mobile for $39 billion. With 42,000 mostly union-free employees, German-owned T-Mobile has long been a target of the red-shirted Communications Workers of America. Now, as the mostly unionized AT&T Mobility has agreed to allow the CWA to unionize its employees without secret-ballot elections (via neutrality and card-check), the red-shirted union bosses are seeing | Read More »

    Arianna Huffington’s Hilarious Hypocrisy: Union-Busting Like…a Capitalist Pig?!?

    We probably won’t hear AFL-CIO boss Richard Trumka comparing Arianna Huffington to Hitler; nor will we likely see Joey “BFD” Biden weigh in on the merits of collective bargaining in this case either. However, ever since Arianna Huffington suckered convinced AOL to give her gobs of money ($315 million), a cushy new job, and some prestige for her rags-to-riches rise to the top of the blogoshpere, she’s had a | Read More »

    The Band of Mothers Needs Your Help Supporting Our Troops Tonight & Tomorrow in DC

    Many people are aware of the Band of Mothers and the exemplary work they do on behalf of our troops. In sum, they are, first and foremost, mothers. They are also mothers who happen to be activists with an easy-to-understand mission: To support America’s warriors. The Band of Mothers conducts postcard campaigns, they write letters, they rally, and they show up in support of our | Read More »

    Sodexo Slaps SEIU Cockroaches With RICO Suit

    Imagine being at a dinner event and having your plate served with (plastic) cockroaches scattered over the food. Envision going to a hospital with a loved one only to be confronted with the hint that the hospital food is infested with bugs, flies, mold, and rat droppings. Pretty disgusting, right? Well, imagine how disgusting it is that these tacticss are due to a union’s efforts to | Read More »

    Wolf Packs: Wisconsin’s Public-Sector Unions Turn Into Neighborhood Thugs

    In Wisconsin last week, it was the police and firefighters unions threatening local business* with boycotts should they not support the union efforts to turn back the clock on their so-called collective bargaining rights. Now, like a pack of wolves, the Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) has jumped into the age-old racket of shaking-down businesses. WEAC has sent an e-mail to hundreds of businesses belonging | Read More »

    The New Face of Capitalism? When Unions Become Owners

    With its stock hitting a new 52-week low, YRC Worldwide, a combination of Yellow Freight and Roadway is one the last of of the major freight haulers under the Teamsters’ National Master Freight Agreement and, as such, YRC may be hurtling toward the cliff of bankruptcy and new ownership. After failing to raid the U.S. treasury for a bailout, the Teamster-plagued company may end up like | Read More »

    Lenin’s Lesson Plan: Wisconsin Teachers’ Union Indoctrination of Schoolchildren

    “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin ___________ In December 2009, though little attention was paid to it at the time, Wisconsin’s then-Governor Jim Doyle signed a bill into law that force feeds unions on schoolchildren: Wisconsin schools will be required to teach the history of organized labor under a | Read More »

    For $25, You Can Learn to Be a Marxist Troublemaker…and Grab Lunch Too!

    You may have noticed over these last few weeks that the protesters in Wisconsin and elsewhere seem to be well trained at trouble making. It’s almost as if they have their B.S. degrees from the University of Alinsky. Well, as every good community organizer knows, you can’t astroturf without being properly trained in the science of trouble making and that is why you too can | Read More »

    Twilight Zone: Maryland’s O’Malley Keynotes Union Protest of His Own Budget

    Yesterday, as in states around the country, another union protest took place. This time, the public-sector union members crowded around and chanted in Annapolis, Maryland—a state that has no chance of reforming the monopoly that public-sector unions have on its government. In attendance were up to 15,000 union activists, according to an AFSCME spokesman who helped organize the protest. Among the speakers at the rally | Read More »

    By What Right? A Primer for Union Thugs, Village Idiots and Other Collectivists

    There is a fierce battle taking place across this country that, if not resolved and walked back, will ultimately destroy the nation—if it has not done so already. Today, we are seeing the battle on full display in the halls of Congress, in front of statehouses, and in courtrooms across the country. In its most basic form, the battle is really over the concept of Rights. | Read More »

    Cheap Trick? WI Secy of State Gives Unions Extra Time to Lock in Contracts

    This may make things a bit stickier in Wisconsin: Democrat Secretary of State, Doug La Follette, is giving public-sector unions until the last moment possible (March 25th) to lock in contracts before publishing the new law limiting collective bargaining rights. According to AP: School boards and local governments across Wisconsin are rushing to reach agreements with unions before a new law takes effect that will | Read More »

    Union-Controlled NLRB Approves Union Thuggery in Union Elections

    On Friday, in its continuing attempt to hand over the American workplace to union bosses at all costs, the union-controlled National Labor Relations Board has thrown employees’ rights under the bus once again. This time, however, the NLRB’s obedience to union bosses could cause employees to get hurt. Under the National Labor Relations Act, employees are presumably free to choose to unionize or not to | Read More »