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    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 »

    #WI IAFF: This Independence Day, it’s union first, American second…

    On September 11, 2001, 2,977 people were killed by terrorists. The terrorists were indiscriminate in their slaughter of lives—while the attacks were an attack on America, the terrorists did not care whether those they killed were exclusively American or not, nor did they care whether or not the victims were carrying a union card. In New York, there were first responders killed on September 11th, | Read More »

    Best Workforces Are In Right-To-Work States, Survey Finds

    This may just be a coincidence but, out of the 50 states, there are 22 states that do not force people to pay union dues as a condition of employment. Workers in these states are often viewed derisively by union extremists as being somehow inferior to their union counterparts. However, a new study published by CNBC may blow that myth out of the water. When | Read More »

    A Union Card Only Goes So Far as UFT & NAACP Throw 7,000 Kids Under the Bus

    According to the union-member mom in this video (she also comes from a family of union members) she is not anti-union. However, this proud union member is a mother first and, in New York, there is a union that is trying to hurt her children. Both the United Federation of Teachers and NAACP have filed a lawsuit that puts her children’s future education (and the | Read More »

    Obama ‘Gingerly’ Weighs In On NLRB Attack On Boeing Jobs

    Ever since his union appointees at the National Labor Relations Board launched an attack on the Boeing Company and its creating thousands of jobs in South Carolina, the ‘independent’ union agency has found itself the subject of much derision and President Obama has been challenged to ‘step up’ and tell the NLRB to back off. On Wednesday, according to the Hill, Obama finally “weighed in” | Read More »

    California’s Jerry Brown Shows Some Sanity With Card-Check Veto

    It’s bad enough when the federal government forced a man-made drought in order to save a fresh-water sardine, costing farmers and farm workers their livelihoods.  However, when the lunatic Left in California’s legislature passed SB104–an Orwellian bill to effectively strip California’s migrant farm workers of their right to a secret-ballot election–it seemed almost a fait accompli that liberal governor Jerry Brown (who granted farm workers  the | Read More »

    The People’s Republic of Kalifornia: Unions’ Takeover Nearly Complete

    It was only a matter of time, you know. As unions in California have long placed their cronies into political office from San Francisco to San Diego, their control over the state legislature in Sacramento is nearing final completion. What little Republican resistance there is will likely be decimated in the coming years as the SEIU’s plan to mate liberals with RINOs comes to fruition. Now, | Read More »

    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 »