The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation was in court this week in Michigan defending home-based day care workers from the threat of forced unionism. During the course of discussion with the judge, a lawyer for big labor admitted the effort was a “slippery slope” for forcing people into unions. Under the union lawyer’s theory, anyone who takes a subsidy from the state, including Medicare or perhaps even Social Security, could be unionized. It’s an amazing admission and likely a peek into the future of Big Labor’s union organizing strategy. As union bosses help drive jobs overseas, they will have to be looking for other areas to coerce people into monopolyt unions.