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  • Diabolical Unions Use ‘Living Wage’ Schemes To Betray And Undermine Workers

    Diabolical Unions Use ‘Living Wage’ Schemes To Betray And Undermine Workers

    Across the nation, unions are using so-called ‘living wage’ campaigns as part of a scheme to unionize workers. However, behind their humanitarian-sounding living wage campaigns is a heinous plot that puts workers into unions, but betrays them by affording unionized employers the ability to pay less than the unions’ so-called living wage. Although the defnition of a living wage has always been rather subjective (e.g., “A living wage is a decent wage.”), unions like the Service Employees International Union and […]

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  • AFSCME boss screams for “solidarity,” stronger unions

    AFSCME boss screams for “solidarity,” stronger unions

    American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees President Lee Saunders, who was paid $350,058 last year, demanded union solidarity and raged against Big Labor’s critics in a recent speech.

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  • Does Ohio’s school staff union really stand with workers?

    Does Ohio’s school staff union really stand with workers?

    Joe Rugola, Ohio Association of Public School Employees executive director, joined picketing Reynoldsburg City Schools teachers last week in a show of union solidarity.

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  • SEIU ‘Organizer’ Busted For Possession Of Crack Cocaine, Other Drugs

    SEIU ‘Organizer’ Busted For Possession Of Crack Cocaine, Other Drugs

    Well, this may put a damper on any current union organizing campaigns the SEIU has entrusted to one (possible) lead organizer. While patrolling around the Rath Building in downtown Buffalo, a deputy asked Donna Campagna, a SEIU 1199 Union Organizer from Rochester, to move her vehicle, but the 58-year-old refused. The deputy exited his vehicle to speak with her and noticed her driver’s side mirror was missing, prompting him to initiate a traffic stop. The sheriff’s office says Campagna was […]

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  • [Video] Jobs? What Jobs? EPA Colluding With Left To Kill Coal Industry & Keystone Pipeline

    [Video] Jobs? What Jobs? EPA Colluding With Left To Kill Coal Industry & Keystone Pipeline

    The Environmental Protection Agency is to have allegedly colluded with Left-wing activists to kill the coal industry, as well as the Keystone Pipeline. Post by Fox Business. Related: Allowing Activists to Dictate EPA Talking Points Not surprisingly, the normally-bombastic head of the AFL-CIO (and former president of the United Mine Workers of America), Richard Trumka, is silent on this allegation. [So much for putting his union members first.] Image credit.

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  • Not-So-Quiet Unions Spend Billions On Politics ‘The Quiet Way’

    Not-So-Quiet Unions Spend Billions On Politics ‘The Quiet Way’

    With the mid-term election campaigns underway, union bosses are, once again, attacking so-called “right-wing” groups for contributing to candidates and causes. However, in doing so, unions always conveniently leave out the fact that unions themselves spend billions on politics and the vast majority of it is under-reported by the media. Unions spent $4.4 billion on politics between 2005-2011, according to a 2012 Wall Street Journal article. Although the money was reported to the government, according to the Wall Street Journal, […]

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  • UAW’s ‘Calculated and Deliberate’ Failure To Appeal Decision Cost Visteon Retirees, Court Rules

    UAW’s ‘Calculated and Deliberate’ Failure To Appeal Decision Cost Visteon Retirees, Court Rules

    Here’s the long and short of it: In 2009, auto-parts supplier Visteon filed for bankruptcy. In so doing, Visteon terminated its retiree benefits. Two unions, the IUE and UAW, fought the benefit termination. Both lost at the bankruptcy court. The IUE appealed, the UAW did not. Due to the IUE’s appeal, the IUE won its appeal and, due to the UAW’s ‘calculated and deliberate’ failure to appeal on behalf of Visteon retirees lost, according to the Court of Appeals for […]

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  • Nikki Haley Blasts Opponent For Siding With Union Bosses In New Ad

    Nikki Haley Blasts Opponent For Siding With Union Bosses In New Ad

    Although Real Clear Politics has South Carolina’s Nikki Haley up by 15 points over her opponent, the popular governor is not taking any chances. Haley’s campaign has just released this new ad… Related: On Leadership, Governor Nikki Haley Shares How South Carolina Is ‘Open For Business’ At #RSG14 Image credit.

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  • SEIU Boss Confident Obama’s Executive Amnesty For Aliens “Will Only Be Temporary.”

    SEIU Boss Confident Obama’s Executive Amnesty For Aliens “Will Only Be Temporary.”

    Following Barack Obama’s political punt on taking executive action on “immigration reform” until after the mid-term elections, liberal allies are allegedly “furious.” One group, however, is confident that the President will act on his threat to grant unilateral amnesty following the November elections. In a press release issued by the Service Employees International Union, after blaming Republicans for not supporting immigration reform and vowing to “hold them accountable” in November, SEIU boss Mary Kay Henry stated that the White House […]

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  • Unionized Cablevision Workers Release Rap Video Protesting Two Years Without A Contract

    Unionized Cablevision Workers Release Rap Video Protesting Two Years Without A Contract

    Cablevision workers who voted to unionize in Brooklyn, NY two years ago are upset that they have not acheived a collective bargaining agreement. Even though the National Labor Relations Act does not require a company or a union to ever reach an agreement, the CWA-represented workers have released a video protesting the fact that they have not gotten a contract yet. H/T: People’s World. Image credit.

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  • Another SEIU-Funded Fast-Food Astroturf Strike Coming To A City Near You

    Another SEIU-Funded Fast-Food Astroturf Strike Coming To A City Near You

    On Wednesday morning, SEIU-turned-fast-food worker spokesman Kendall Fells appeared on Bloomberg Television spouting rhetoric and making believe that the strikes that are to take place on Thursday in “more than 100″ cities are all part of grassroots uprising for higher wages that started in New York in 2012. The fact is, Mr. Fells must have ingested too much French fry grease because he is really full of it. In December 2009, the Service Employees International Union concocted a plan to […]

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  • Like It or Not, Union Fat Cats Are Part Of The 1%

    Like It or Not, Union Fat Cats Are Part Of The 1%

    Watchdog.org’s Jason Hart (an occasional contributor at LaborUnionReport.com) has done yeoman’s work in compiling Labor Department data exposing the  hypocrisy of today’s union bosses. Whilst they fund “grass-roots” campaigns like Occupy Wall Street and Fight for $15, and use class-warfare rhetoric, today’ union bosses are, in reality, doing quite well raking in the big bucks—all paid for by their members’ union dues. Here is Big Labor’s Top 100 (with emphasis added): While unions call for tax and minimum-wage increases to fix “income inequality,” […]

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