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Civil rights do not afford you the power to take other people’s property or limit other people’s freedom. Yet union bosses are pushing a new scheme that would trample people’s rights by adding “union organizing” as a new right to be included under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO boss said, “It should be a right. Everyone should have a right to come together to better their economic lot. … It is a right. The right to have a voice on the job should be every much as strong and as institutionalized as the right to vote and everything else — not to be discriminated against.”
Of course, everyone has the right to be in a union today. What Trumka does not want is to include the inverse proposition — you have a right not to join a union as well. That would, in his mind, be a civil rights violation.
Reforms urged by Foundation staff attorneys eased Miguel Valle and his coworkers’ near-unanimous effort to vote out unpopular Teamsters officials, who tried to use “blocking charges,” ultimately to no avail.
“Despite that finding,” continued the April 11 Globe report, “Rose kept his badge, remained on patrol for another 21 years, and rose to power” in the BPPA union.