Rules for Radicals

The former Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board is condemning the new “Quickie” election rule promulgated by the big labor dominated Board. Peter Schaumber insists the proposed rule represents a “radical manipulation of the board’s election process” and an attempt to “tilt the process in favor of organized labor.”

Schaumber, who served on the NLRB from 2002 to 2010, the latter two years as its chairman, testified before Congress that the “animating concern” of the NLRB’s majority “is the loss of union density in the private sector.”