Why Aren't People Shocked?

The streets are filled with deaf and dumb


Why aren’t people shocked or something,
Why aren’t people up in arms?
Does anyone read history?
Or see red flags, or hear alarms?
The streets are filled with deaf and dumb
As I squeal like a mouse,

Obama’s organization endorses Communist Party: HERE

One Nation rally sponsors: HERE

Liberty slips away: HERE
(from sadhillnews.com)

Badger State Weighs Liberation

Oppressive forced-labor unionism under fire
The new administration must make a right-to-work law a priority for Wisconsin. Twenty-two other states have adopted this legislation, which affirms the individual’s constitutional right to freedom of association as upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in NAACP v. Alabama.

Forced unionism in our state civil service compels members to financially support questionable union administrations and political causes that clash with our personal ideals and right to express ourselves freely.

Each individual should have the right to decide whether to join a union or pay union dues, especially when that union restricts career growth and inhibits competitive performance in the workplace.

The attempt by the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission to force UW System staff into unions is a perfect example of the deep influence these ineffective union organizations have on state service and how they seek to limit our right to associate while stealing from our already limited incomes.

Rick Cruz, Madison
(from host.madison.com)

Oppressive NLRB Stiffs Worker-Choice

WH puts union bigs ahead of the rank-and-file
Last November, voters in Arizona - a right-to-work state if ever there was one - voted on a ballot measure that would protect a right held dear by organized workers throughout the country: the right to decide by secret ballot whether and when to form a union.

The constitutional amendment was prompted by the looming prospect of a union-supported congressional majority and a union-friendly president combining to enact a law known as "card check," which would render the right to a secret vote essentially moot.

The Arizona amendment passed, and the effort in Congress failed. And a political campaign on which America's largest labor unions had staked tens of millions of dollars came screeching to a halt. But only temporarily, as it now appears.

Now, the National Labor Relations Board, the agency charged with overseeing federal labor laws, is doing the unions' bidding, instead. The NLRB has informed the four states that have enacted constitutional amendments to guarantee the secret ballot that it will sue them.

The NLRB argues that the amendments are pre-empted by the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution. But to get to that position, the NLRB has turned inside-out its mission to protect the rights of workers. The agency now claims that the four states are inhibiting the rights of employers by asserting a constitutional right to a secret ballot.

The threat of suit on behalf of employers is disingenuous.

In recent weeks, President Barack Obama has indicated a strong interest in changing his image as an anti-business president. This latest action by the the NLRB, nominally independent though it may be, is unlikely to help that cause
(from azcentral.com)

Obama Disarms Anti-War Movement

Ruling Class ❤s the failed policies of the past


Progs ❤-H8 Unions

Collective bargaining hypocrisy EXPOSED!
There is something untoward—almost indecent—in listening to liberal-speak*. To hear them talk, liberals progressives love, Love LOVE unions.

In fact, if it weren’t for unions out beating on doors and pounding the pavement every election cycle to get Democrats elected, most progressives would be relegated to the fringes of society to sit on street corners eating alfalfa sprouts and blogging about vegan pee.

However, when their Pavlovian unions-are-man’s-best-friend rhetoric comes to pay a visit on their own fire hydrants, progressives come unhinged. You see, all too often, they feel unions are great for everyone else … just not them.
(read the full story from laborunionreport at: redstate.com)

Corrupted Unions Unfazed By RICO

Typical photo-op for mobbed-up labor-state thugs
"Organized crime is a shadow of what it was 20 years ago," said Bruce Mouw, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who led the probe that sent former Gambino boss John Gotti to prison.

"But you still have five families [in New York], you have captains, you have crews; they still control a lot of labor unions, they still control a lot of the construction industry, different companies, still commit crimes and according to the indictments, they still kill people."

Prosecutors wield a powerful weapon against organized crime with the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, a broad law enacted by Congress in 1970 that allows them to charge Mafia members with being part of a criminal enterprise based on the commission of certain crimes.
(from wsj.com)

The End of Liberty As We Know It

A Republic, if you can keep it


(from sadhillnews.com)

2012: It's about ObamaCare, Stupid!

The Crown Jewel of U.S. Socialism


The Essence of Obama

Lame-duck leveler lingers bitterly on U.S. olifactories


Chicago Community Organizer Protest

Barack Obama does not approve of this human rights message


U.S. Hails Communist Progress

Fundamental transformation of the U.S.A. continues


Related video clips:
'Fundamentally transforming the U.S.A.'You would think that they'd be saying 'Thank you'.

Progressive H8ers Abuse Justice

Frivolous labor thugs clog the docket
South Carolina unions filed suit on Thursday against new Republican Governor Nikki Haley and her administration, saying hostility toward unions and workers joining unions is unconstitutional.

The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers and the South Carolina AFL-CIO alleges that Haley is violating the federal constitutional and statutory rights to free speech, free association and due process.

South Carolina is one of 22 "Right to Work" states and Haley said she will ensure that South Carolina workers are not compelled to join a union.

"We believe there's no basis to this suit, and if the machinists are offended that the governor doesn't think unions are a good thing in South Carolina, they're just going to have to get used to it," said Gov. Haley's spokesman Rob Gregory.
(from reuters.com)
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