(Madison, Wisconsin) A stand by Wisconsin Republicans against a massive effort to oust them from power could reverberate across the country as the battle over union rights and the conservative revolution heads toward the 2012 presidential race. Democrats succeeded in taking two Wisconsin state Senate seats away from Republican incumbents in the recent special Recall … Continue reading More Justice Done In Wisconsin
Union boss Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO already feels like he bought this President, along with most of the Democrats in the House and Senate. He is also keenly aware that Barack Obama and the leadership of the Democratic Party expect him, and his union brethren to spend upwards of $500 million to get Obama re-elected.
The street battle in Wisconsin between Gov. Scott Walker and public labor unions concluded last week when the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in favor of Governor Walker thus handing a solid defeat to the unions.
If I was in the process of ramping up to spend more than $500 million of money that I stole fair and square to reelect Barack Obama, I suppose I would be rather demanding. In fact, I’d probably feel just like Richard Trumka who, I’m sure, feels he bought this President, along with most of … Continue reading Union Boss Trumka Issues Threat. Demands That Democratic Elected Officials Support Unions Or Else
The Obama administration is on the offensive again in their zeal to protect labor unions, showering them with corrupt deals and political favoritism. The National Labor Relations Board, an agency of the Obama administration, is expanding its authority well beyond that which is its legal charter by bringing lawsuits seeking to overturn constitutional amendments in … Continue reading Obama Administration Moves To Overturn Constitutional Amendments
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I have followed the ongoing battle of the labor unions vs. Governor Scott Walker and the people of Wisconsin closely. I have researched it quite thoroughly, even traveling to Madison Wisconsin with my son to observe the street protests, speak with the people and interview protesters. This fight - and the ongoing stories which surround … Continue reading Teacher’s Union President Fails To Defend Union Tactics Including Phony Sick-Out