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…
The largest teachers union in America, the National Education Association (NEA), has thrown itself headfirst into the congressional election with over $1 million in political expenditures against three Republicans: Jon Porter (NV), Heather Wilson (NM) and J.D. Hayworth (AZ).
In Nevada, where the NEA is desperately trying to elect former Harry Reid staffer, Teresa Haffer, the NEA has thrown over $350,000 into its campaign against Jon Porter.
In Arizona’s District 5, the NEA is spending even more money trying to defeat conservative J.D. Hayworth with a $491,000 spending spree.
And in New Mexico’s District 1, where Patricia Madrid and Heather Wilson are in a tight race, the NEA plunked down nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
The Machinists’ Local S6 union issued an alert warning message from leadership on Thursday, saying that anyone who chooses to cross the pickets will be fined after the strike is over. It also included harsh references to so-called scabs, suggesting they should be drowned or hung.
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.