Labor Union Report

Sending Mixed Messages, Obama's NLRB Drops Wrongful Prosecution of Boeing

Following the ratification of a new Seattle-area contract between Boeing and its largest union, the International Association of Machinists, eight months of the union extremists running Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board wrongfully prosecuting Boeing offcially and quietly comes to

BREAKING: Obama-NLRB Rushing to Issue Ambush Elections Rules on Nov. 30

Lone Republican NLRB Member Brian Hayes shut out of process… It seems that Friday afternoons are always the time to drop job-killing news on America’s job creators. In this case, the union appointees within Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board

Ohio Democratic Party Targets Pro-SB5 Businesses

As Ohio’s SB5 (collective bargaining reform) goes to a vote on November 8th, pressure is being ramped up in the final week and a half. According to the Columbus Dispatch, unions and their fellow reform opponents have bankrolled the We

Public-Sector Unions To Ohio Taxpayers: We Will Bury You

…Or, Unions Win, Right-to-Work States Win, You Lose With less than two weeks before the November 8th elections and with the polls leaning toward repealing SB5, it appears that Ohioans are ready to vote to increase their taxes and unemployment.

#OccupyWallSt's Neo-Communist System of 'Collaboratism' Revealed

Over the last three weeks, as the world has watched the spectacle of the Zuccotti Park protesters in lower Manhattan, some have been inspired and, in many cases, repulsed at the protesters occupying the park. Since the protests have now

#OccupyWallSt: Just a Saturday Stroll Through the Park…

It was supposed to be this: On the 17th of September, we want to see 20,000 people to flood into lower Manhattan, set up beds, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street for a few months. Instead, as they say

Labor Day & The Union Tax: How Unions Kill Jobs

The Labor Day holiday is always a time for union bosses and the media to reflect on the role that unions play in society. Not surprisingly, with a mere 11.9% of America’s workers unionized today (6.9% in the private sector),