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NLRB Now Fully Stocked

By WFI Staff With the Senate vote to confirm five members to the National Labor Relations Board, four of which are new, Big Labor is likely anticipating more giveaways from the federal agency, which now has the AFL-CIO’s former counsel … Continue reading

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Senator Alexander: Defund The Invalid NLRB

By WFI Staff Members of Congress are offering different pieces of legislation to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from continuing to defy a D.C. Circuit Court ruling that two of its three members, Sharon Block and Richard Griffin, were … Continue reading

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NLRB E-Mail: Stop NLRB From “Screw[ing] Up The US Economy” By Supporting Kline Bill

From mocking a U.S. Senator to joking about ruining the U.S. economy to complaining about how “reactionary” this nation is, these e-mails give ample examples of blatant favoritism of union bosses at this supposedly “independent” agency.
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Dark Clouds Over The Sunshine Act

Fred Wszolek July 18, 2011 Townhall As the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) convenes a “public” hearing on it’s recently announced rule to shorten the election window in American workplaces from a median 38 days to as little as 10, … Continue reading

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Association of Flight Attendants To Fire 1,800 Flight Attendants For No Reason

Big Labor, chiefly the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), has worked to kill jobs in the airline industry since the merger of United Airlines and Continental Airlines. In a terrible economy, it’s difficult to understand why they would chose to … Continue reading

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The Obama Board Rejects Requests From Employees and Employers To Postpone “Quickie Elections” Hearing

After crafting its proposed rule to radically change the timeframe to form a collective bargaining unit – “quickie elections” – the National Labor Relations Board decided against allowing more time for employees and employers to weigh in with comments about … Continue reading

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Former Senate Candidate Ovide Lamontange Discusses Right-To-Work and NLRB On Conference Call

Former New Hampshire Senate candidate Ovide Lamontagne, in conjunction with the GOP Presidential debate being held in Manchester, New Hampshire on June 13, held a conference call to discuss issues important to New Hampshire. Ovide discussed what President Obama’s regulatory … Continue reading

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What’s It Going To Be, Mr. President? Jobs or Bailouts For Big Labor?

Last week in an interview with Bloomberg News, union boss Richard Trumka said that President Barack Obama “faces waning enthusiasm from union members as he prepares for his 2012 re- election bid.” Union boss Trumka vowed that those candidates, including … Continue reading

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