Fun and Games At the NLRB

by News on November 9, 2011

in Federal Legislation, State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By John Hayward/Human Events

The public-interest watchdogs at Judicial Watch have been slinging Freedom of Information Act requests at the National Labor Relations Board, and uncovered some very interesting correspondence that illuminates the mindset of the NLRB during their union-pleasing action against Boeing in South Carolina.

It turns out the masters of the command economy are every bit as crass, inept, and partisan as you might have suspected.  A press release from Judicial Watch today includes these highlights:

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