To most Americans, the term “card check” means nothing.
But to union bosses, this term potentially means billions of extra dollars collected in forced union dues, above and beyond the $7 billion in forced dues and “fees” that unions already report collecting each year on forms filed with the U.S. Labor Department.
Card checks empower union bosses to force a business’s employees to accept a union as their exclusive bargaining agent solely through the acquisition of signed union authorization cards from employees in a particular bargaining unit. Since union officials themselves keep the signed cards until they obtain the required number, workers have no real privacy rights vis-à-vis Big Labor in this process. And under the watchful eyes of union organizers, workers may be intimidated into signing not just themselves, but all their nonunion fellow employees, over to union-boss control.
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Forced-Unionism Abuses Exposed
» Mark Mix Sounds Alarm About Big Labor ‘Plan B’
June 9, 2009 – Any ‘Expansion of Union-Boss Power Over Workers Is Unacceptable’
» Forced-Unionism Abuses Exposed: Teamster Union Bosses Interrogate Money Managers: Are You Now, or Have You Ever Been, a ‘Card-Check’ Bill Opponent?
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February 22, 2009 – This year, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) chief Andy Stern and his lieutenants are openly planning to spend $50 million … to pressure Congress to rubber-stamp the cynically mislabeled “Employee Free Choice Act.”
Right to Work Newsletter Articles
February 17, 2010 – Massive Union Job Losses Make Case For ‘Card-Check’ Legislation?
February 4, 2010 – President Renominates Radical Union Lawyer, Senators Feel Heat
January 12, 2010 – Big Labor Reminds Majority Leader Reid He Must Deliver on S.560
» ‘Card-Check’ Survivor Tells His Story
December 15, 2009 – A ‘Nasty, Ugly, Three-Year, Million-Dollar War I Did Not Ask For’
» Key Senators Are Major Targets in TV Ad Blitz
September 8, 2009 – Harry Reid Reportedly Scheming to Sneak S.560 Through Senate Soon
» Union Monopoly Linked to Lower Purchasing Power
August 7, 2009 – Forced-Unionism Expansion Would Hurt Employees and Businesses
» New Forced-Unionism Expansion Bill Emerging
August 6, 2009 – ‘Near Equivalent’ of S.560 May Land on Senate Floor in September
» Showdown on ‘Card-Check’ Bill May Be Imminent
July 3, 2009 – Sponsor Readies Summer Roll-Call on S.560 or Its Near Equivalent
» Senate Battle Reaches ‘Most Dangerous Phase’
June 8, 2009 – Big Labor in Pursuit of 60 Votes For New Monopoly-Bargaining Bill
» Top Union Boss Pushes New Card-Check Scheme
May 6, 2009 – Like S.560/H.R.1409, ‘Trojan Horse’ Would Expand Big Labor Empire
» Whistle Blown on ‘Card-Check Compromise’ Scheme
April 6, 2009 – Committee Members Step on Surprise Announcement by Large Companies
» ‘Card-Check’ Battle Underway on Capitol Hill
April 3, 2009 – Committee Mobilizes Opponents of Big Labor Power Grab Nationwide
» Can Big Labor Whitewash ‘Card-Check’ Scheme?
March 9, 2009 – Union Front Groups Lead Campaign to Cover up Facts About Measure
» March 2009 Right to Work Newsletter
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» ‘Don’t Promote Union Monopoly, Period’
February 9, 2009 – Right to Work Leader Warns Against Phony Card-Check ‘Compromises’
» ‘Card Check’ Proponents Already Feeling the Heat
February 6, 2009 – Opponents of Compulsory-Unionism Scheme Mobilizing as Obama Era Begins
» Will New Congress Put Forced Unionism First?
January 6, 2009 – Mandatory ‘Card Checks’ Would Stymie Job Creation, Lower Incomes