Monthly Archives: September 2012

NLRB Press Office Just As Biased As Board Members?

Does the Office of Public Affairs at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) neutrally report on the workings of the Board? We would hope so, but that does not always appear to be the case. Continue reading

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The NLRB’s “Let The Good Times Roll” Mentality

The Federal government is bleeding red ink, borrowing more than 33 cents of every dollar it spends. But, the NLRB is spending money like its water. Continue reading

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Arizona Court Rebukes Obama Labor Board

The Arizona District Court’s decision dismissing the National Labor Relations Board’s challenge to that state’s constitutional amendment guaranteeing the secret ballot in union elections is a welcome rebuke of the continued overreach by government bureaucrats. Continue reading

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Indiana Right-To-Work Law Puts Employees In Driver’s Seat

Samuel Gompers, the founder of the American labor movement, said that the worst unfair labor practice was an unprofitable employer. Too many in the American labor movement have lost sight of Gomper’s wisdom. Instead, they are simply driven by a desire for “more.” Continue reading

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Obama Labor Board Finally Wins One

Bureaucrats Preserve Big Labor’s Ability To Intimidate Employers By Fred Wszolek After an impressive losing streak in the courts, the Obama National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) finally won one.  Just recently, the Sixth Circuit issued a decision that … Continue reading

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