Biden's Department of Political Extortion?
From National Right to Work Committee President Mark Mix’s Newsmax Op-Ed about Biden’s appointment to head the…
Ralph Nader, the one-man wrecking crew against job creation and freedom, has set his sights on a new target — repeal of the Taft-Hartley Act. The law reaffirms the right of states to pass Right to Work laws. And that’s the primary reason Nader wants the law repealed!
Nader and, for that matter, presidential candidates like John Edwards want to bring back closed shop laws that require union membership as a condition of employment. They want to force millions of workers to pay tribute to union bosses and activists before they can get a job. Nader may be way out there, but it’s only a matter of time before Big Labor takes up this banner and runs with it. Hopefully, Nader has as much success with this campaign as his last two presidential runs.
Gary Jones Plea Deal: “The root of this corruption was compulsion. Federal law gives union bosses the power to force workers under their so-called ‘representation’ against their will, and in states without Right to Work protections to force them to subsidize their activities or else be fired. Those dual coercive powers are what put UAW tyrants in a position to begin with that allowed them to sell out the rank-and-file so they could live large.
Sixty-six Politicians From Right to Work States Join War on 14(b) Early this year, 224 members of the U.S. House of Representatives, including 66 from Right to Work states, voted for legislation that would cut the heart out of every state Right to Work statute and constitutional provision that is currently on the books.