Politically Driven Unionization Threatens In-Home Care

By David Osborne, Investor’s Business Daily

For 50 years since his muscular dystrophy surfaced, David Smith, of southeastern Pennsylvania, has needed full-time, in-home care. For half that time, his close friend Don Lambrecht has filled that caregiver role, working around the clock to meet Smith’s needs.

State House panel to vote on collective-bargaining transparency bills

Pennsylvania Business Daily

Two bills designed to make union collective-bargaining negotiations more publicly transparent will be discussed and voted on by the House State Government Committee at a meeting to be convened by state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R-Dist. 12), the committee’s chairman, on Tuesday at 8 a.m. in Room G-50 of the Irvis Office Building.

Letter Exposes NLRB Official’s Apparent Conflict of Interest and Possible Violation of Law

Labor Union Report

In what seems to be more evidence of the National Labor Relations Board’s pro-union leanings, a recent letter to members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation details what appears to be certain conflicts of interest by the regional director of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) office in Philadelphia, including fundraising from unions and pro-union law firms.