Unions OPENLY Steal From Children’s Education—Government Schools Promote the Theft

By Stephen Frank, California Political Review

I bet you thought that if a “teacher” or Administrator is paid by your school district they actually work for the district and your children. That is not true. Many districts are hiring “teachers” that are really union activists, organizers and goons—pay them to do union work, full time, while you are forced to pay more for bonds and taxes so your child can receive a mediocre government education—and in LA, a totally failed education.

Obama and Labor: A Complicated Relationship

By Byron Tau, The Wall Street Journal

President Barack Obama has proposed this week a new set of overtime rules boosting the pay of millions of workers—a rare victory for organized labor from an administration that it has criticized for largely only paying lip service to top union priorities.

Release Time on the Taxpayer’s Dime

By Larry Sand, UnionWatch.org

In St. Charles, IL, a teacher is paid $141,105 not to teach. In Philadelphia, “ghost employees” who don’t do work for the state collect benefits from the state. In Kalamazoo, MI a former teacher is collecting a government pension of $85,903 a year even though he didn’t teach his last 14 years, but instead worked as a union employee.

For the NLRB, unionization is the end that justifies any means

By Peter Schaumber, The Washington Times

When the NLRB chairman claimed in a press release that the agency’s controversial new election procedures would give “businesses and workers a process they deserve that is effective, fair, and free of unnecessary delays,” the devils in hell must have blushed. The Board’s new “Ambush Election” rule has nothing to do with fairness. It was adopted to limit, if not eviscerate, an employer’s protected speech on the issue of unionization before an election and to stack the deck in favor of a union outcome.

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U.S. Supreme Court to Take on Government Union Power

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court granted cert to a case that could give all public employees right-to-work protections. If SCOTUS rules in favor of the plaintiff, California teacher Rebecca Friedrich, government unions would lose their power to compel non-members to pay union dues as a condition of employment.