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Big Labor Senators Aim to Cement Courts’ Pro-Forced Unionism Bias Even as the number of Right to Work states and the share of all U.S. employees protected from compulsory unionism grew rapidly from early 2012 through early last year, the federal judiciary, with the important exception of the U.S. Supreme Court, grew more and […]
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Right to Work Advocates Left Without a Choice in Special Election Will the politicians ever learn? How many times does it have to be demonstrated that waffling on national Right to Work legislation is no way to protect yourself from union bosses and their electoral machine? Late this winter, Pennsylvania state Rep. Rick Saccone (R-Elizabeth) […]
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In Reality, Strikes Are Far Less Common in Right to Work States On February 26, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in what Washington Post editors call “the most important labor case of the 21st century to date,” Janus v. AFSCME. Mark Janus, the plaintiff in this case, is an Illinois civil servant and […]
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Worker Freedom Boosts Employment, Incomes Right to Work Worth the Effort Needed to Defeat Big Labor Machine At the end of February, the U.S. Labor Department issued new and revised data regarding the number of civilian household jobs (a broad measure that includes the self-employed and contractors as well as workers on employer payrolls) in […]
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Workers Compelled to Fund Union Whose Dons FBI Is Investigating As this Newsletter edition goes to press, three former high-ranking officers of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union have recently been indicted for allegedly participating in a years-long scheme to pilfer millions of dollars from a worker training center funded by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). […]
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Committee Program to Highlight Compulsory-Dues Issue in Key Races Even as Big Labor mounts a massive, forced union dues-funded drive targeting U.S. senators who are campaigning for reelection this year and have pro-Right to Work and mixed voting records on labor policy, up to 10 diehard Senate proponents of monopoly unionism may face difficult campaigns […]
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Recent State-Level Right to Work Wins Hearten Grass-Roots Groups This year, members of grassroots groups based in states as diverse as Delaware, Maine, Montana, and New Mexico will be striving with all their might to follow in the footsteps of the six states that have passed Right to Work laws just since the beginning of […]
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Workers Charge That UAW Bosses Scammed Them as Guilty Pleas Mount According to a federal indictment unsealed late last July, the United Auto Workers (UAW)-Chrysler National Training Center in Detroit was surreptitiously used for at least six-and-a-half years to funnel millions of dollars into the pockets of corrupt union bosses and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles […]
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Least-Affordable States Are All Forced Unionism Studies Show Right to Work Laws Make Your Dollars Go Further In February, the Jefferson City-based Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC), a state government agency, published its latest set of state comparative cost-of-living indices. As MERIC explains on its web site, it “derives the cost of living […]
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Union Officials Fume as American Employees’ Take-Home Pay Expands Why are AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and other union officials so angry in 2018? For years, union bosses have been decrying the abnormally slow recovery in American employees’ pay since the end of the 2008-2009 recession. They’ve also been insisting the key reason they fight zealously […]
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