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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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Market Share of UAW Boss-Hobbled Manufacturers Keeps Shrinking Just a couple of decades ago, at the turn of the millennium, it still made sense to refer to unionized car and truck manufacturers GM, DaimlerChrysler (since reestablished as Fiat Chrysler, or FCA) and Ford as the “Big Three” automakers. In 2000, employees of these three companies […]
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President Must Act Soon, or Trump Infrastructure Plan is Doomed A late 2017 New York Times story exposed how extraordinarily counterproductive Big Labor work rules and union featherbedding on construction have helped make the Big Apple subway undeniably the most expensive and arguably the worst maintained public transit system in any wealthy country in the […]
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Obama Administration Slashed Funding For Corruption Watchdogs After reporting for several months on a still-unfolding scandal that involves the alleged misappropriation of millions of dollars meant for worker training by crooked union bosses and auto-company executives, the Detroit Free Press recently decided to investigate just how widespread Big Labor corruption is. On January 7, the […]
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Most of Obama Appointees’ Anti-Right to Work Legacy Safe For Now? After the U.S. Senate confirmed President Trump’s nominations of Marvin Kaplan and William Emanuel to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last year, Right to Work supporters were hopeful that the reign of Barack Obama-appointed radicals over this powerful agency had finally ended. Unfortunately, […]
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The acid burning and blinding of Riesel is another example of the need to pass the Freedom From Union Violence Act Author David Witwer (2014) wrote about “The acid attack on Victor Riesel and fears of labor racketeering in Cold War America,” in the publication Labor History: It was a brutal attack that shocked the […]
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Analysis of recent U.S. Labor Department Bureau of Labor Statistics data covering the past five years confirms that net manufacturing employment in Right to Work states expanded three times as much as in non-Right To Work states. In both absolute and percentage terms, the data indicate employees in states where they can still be fired for […]
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