Labor Journalist: U.S. Union Bosses Are Timid, Incompetent, And Have ‘Stockholm Syndrome’


When asked why U.S. unions aren’t striking like over in the U.K., labor journalist Mike Elk has some opinions that may cause some of today’s union bosses a just little angst.


  1. Mike Elk is right, some of labors leaders are the problem. They have forgotten the people they represent. Some, not all, are drunk on the power and access to powerful elected officials their positions afford them. They allow themselves to be bought by elected officials who do nothing for them or their members other than invite them to events where they can rub shoulders with the elected elite and have their photos taken. Labor must demand accountably from their leaders and the elected officials who claim to be supporters.


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