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How Rich: Union Bosses Blast the “1 Percent” – But Who Are They to Talk?

By WFI Staff On the fifth Anniversary of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers and the day marked as the beginning of the massive financial meltdown we all know as the Great Recession, you’ll hear quite a bit from union bosses about the “one percent.”  It’s … Continue reading

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With Richard Griffin the NLRB is all Mobbed Up

As the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor Pensions (HELP) prepares to deliberate over President Obama’s nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), inquiring minds want to know: Who is Richard Griffin? The White House would have us … Continue reading

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Courts Continue To Call Into Question The Legitimacy Of Obama Labor Board

The “recess” appointment issue concerning the National Labor Relations Board is coming to a head.  Federal judges apparently aren’t as interested in hearing the NLRB appeal on “ambush” elections as they are in having the government agency answer why it’s … Continue reading

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Writing Is On The Wall: Time For Griffin & Block To Go

by Fred Wszolek (originally appeared in Townhall.com) At this stage, it should seem glaringly obvious to National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Members Richard Griffin and Sharon Block that they should step down from the government agency. Both the legitimacy of … Continue reading

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There’s No Silver Lining in Tim Kaine’s Big Labor Friendly Legacy

When Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine decided to “cede control of Northern Virginia’s most ambitious public works project to a ‘dysfunctional’ Washington, D.C., board,” there are signs that he probably did so at the behest of his union boss friends. Continue reading

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