Ken Klukowski discovers the interesting case of St. Xavier University in Illinois and their battle against the NLRB. The NLRB says they have the power to dictate union elections at religious schools if the school is not “religious enough” and apparently to the NLRB the church of big labor is more important than the Roman Catholic Church:
It’s not enough for President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board to target the Boeing plant in South Carolina. Now the NLRB thinks it can tell a church school when it’s not religious enough.
Most people have heard by now of NLRB’s unprecedented decree that Boeing Co. cannot build a new airline production facility in South Carolina.
But Obama’s NLRB is also claiming the authority to dictate labor policies and order union elections at Catholic universities if they are not religious enough.