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The top echelon of the United Auto Workers was so corrupt officials committed crimes out of fear they would lose six-figure jobs, travel perks and expense accounts and be forced to return to the factory floor, according to federal court filings. That’s the first paragraph of the latest report concerning a years-long criminal investigation that […]
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Forced-Unionism States’ ‘Brain Drain’ Continues College-Educated and Other Employees Flock to Right to Work States Federal data on the American workforce and employment and unemployment rates show that, even as the nation suffered a severe recession and the most anemic recovery since the Great Depression over the past decade, employer demand for college-educated employees rose […]
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How Forced-Dues Apologists Use ‘Doublethink’ Part-Timers ‘Benefit’ as Teamster Union Dons ‘Sell Them Out’? On August 3, Huffington Post contributor Dave Jamieson posted a perceptive report on the “intense debate” among Teamster-“represented” United Parcel Service (UPS) employees regarding the then-proposed contract union bosses and the company had negotiated. If it is ratified, the contract will […]
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Union Bosses Charged For Brutal Church Assault But Controversial 1973 High Court Ruling May Derail Prosecution More than two-and-a-half years after they allegedly led a savage assault on tradesmen employed at a church-owned construction site in northwestern Indiana, two officers of AFL-CIO-affiliated Iron Workers Local 395 have finally been charged with violating the federal Hobbs […]
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Going ‘All in’ For Compulsory Unionism Senators Seeking Reelection This November Target Right to Work Seven U.S. senators who are privileged to represent Right to Work states in Washington, D.C., but have nevertheless regularly wielded their power as federal officeholders to help Big Labor corral employees into unions, are seeking re-election this fall. Among the […]
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What are Janus Rights? The “all-star” attorney who “changed the world” when he argued and won at the Supreme Court in Janus v. AFSCME answers and explains your related constitutional rights. The audio is taken from a Delaware radio interview with William Messenger, the National Right To Work Attorney who made the oral arguments before the […]
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Reward Radical Obama Appointee With Another Term? Senate Leader Can Still End Mark Pearce’s Abusive NLRB Tenure In 2013, four independent-minded employees of the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa in Honolulu received menacing letters from the hierarchy of the UNITE HERE (AFL-CIO) Local 5 union. The letters to employees Mark Tamosiunas, Steven Taono, Agnes […]
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Freedom of Association Only Partially Protected Government Unionism Still Being Foisted on Dissenting Employees While the U.S. Supreme Court recently took a significant step toward restoring government employees’ personal freedom to choose whether or not to associate with a labor organization, it also left in place widespread statutory provisions that put each unionized worker under […]
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South Carolina BMW Plant Employment Projected to Rise to 11,000 The extraordinary success of BMW’s factory located in Right to Work South Carolina, documented in detail this July in reports for the Associated Press (AP) and the New York Times, is illustrative of how states with laws prohibiting compulsory union dues and fees dominate U.S. […]
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Teacher Union Chiefs Lower Educator Salaries Big Labor Bosses Benefit, But ‘No Current or Future Teacher Wins’ Government union officials like National Education Association (NEA) union President Lily Eskelsen-Garcia and American Federation of Teachers (AFT/AFL-CIO) union President Randi Weingarten like to portray themselves as staunch advocates of higher salaries for K-12 public educators. But for […]
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