Keeping workers in the dark

By Mark Mix, The Washington Times

Two of Sen. Harry Reid’s controversial legislative maneuvers are coming back to haunt American workers. In 2013, then-Majority Leader Reid’s threat to eviscerate the judicial filibuster cowed enough Senate Republicans to approve Big Labor’s handpicked candidates to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

CAL PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS SPENDING $1BILLION PER YEAR

By Chriss W. Street, breitbart.com

U.S. public sector unions are politically powerful because they collect and spend at least $4.0 billion in dues each year. But California unions are overwhelmingly powerful because although the state has just 11 percent of the nation’s population, California’s public sector unions collect and spend $1 billion, or 25 percent of all U.S. public sector union dues each year.

Defending states’ right-to-work laws

By Sen. Lamar Alexander, claiborneprogress.net

The promise of right-to-work laws is that no worker in a right-to-work state can be forced to join a union – or pay dues to a union – in order to get or keep a job. The Taft Hartley Act gives states the right to establish a right-to-work law, and today, half of the states have passed right-to-work laws, including Tennessee.

Missouri Shows Growing Strength Of Right-To-Work Movement

Investor’s Business Daily

Is another union domino about to fall in America — this time in Missouri, where the Republican legislature has passed right-to-work bills in both chambers? It looks that way.

Is another union domino about to fall in America — this time in Missouri, where the Republican legislature has passed right-to-work bills in both chambers? It looks that way.