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Fleebagging DINOs Subdue Hoosier GOP

We don't need no stinkin' sanctions


Labor-States Face New Pressure

The Right to Work is The Right to Be Free
In 28 out of 50 American states, you can be denied a job if you refuse to join a labor union and share a portion of your salary with your union bosses. Only 22 states currently have what are known as “right to work” laws which protect hard working Americans from rapacious unions.

If a person cannot work, they cannot feed themselves and their family members. These 28 states have no protection for Americans who want to work, but are morally opposed to labor unions and to having their wages subject to legalized extortion.
Legislators in several states are currently working to pass right to work laws to protect American workers. Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina introduced the National Right to Work Act on Tuesday. This act would protect Americans from any state against predatory union practices.

Senator DeMint stated “No American should be forced to join a union and pay dues to get a job in this country. Many Americans are already struggling just to put food on the table, and they shouldn’t have to fear losing their jobs or face discrimination if they don’t want to join a union. Forced-unionism shields unions from member accountability and has a detrimental effect on the economy.”

Co-sponsors of the National Right to Work Act are Tom Coburn (R-OK), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Mike Lee (R-UT), Rand Paul (R-KY), James Risch (R-ID), Pat Toomey (R-PA) and David Vitter (R-LA).
(from fortliberty.org)

Badgers Insure Labor-Social Justice

Union-thug lawyers occupy labor-state judiciary, resist collective-bargaining modernization

Last week Judge Maryann Sumi, one of the most liberal judges in one of the most liberal counties (Dane) issued a temporary restraining order blocking the implementation of the recently passed collective bargaining bill.

Considering Sumi’s son is Jake Sinderbrand,a former field manager for the AFL-CIO and a data manager for the SEIU State Council. Today he runs Left Field Strategies, a firm that runs political campaigns. Judge Sumi should have recused herself in this case. A judge must disqualify herself whenever she has a personal bias towards either party in the case. Considering unions employ her son, Judge Sumi has a vested interest in maintaining the union status quo.

The applicable standard when deciding to recuse oneself is whether an average person would think the judge would be biased. In this case, it’s clear that an average person could see the potential for bias. If a judge, like Judge Sumi, refuses to recuse herself she may be subject to sanctions. Additionally, if an appellate court finds a judgment rendered when the judge in question should have been recused, it may set aside the judgment and return the case for retrial.

Before this decision, Judge Sumi already created controversy in the Budget Repair Bill saga when she refused to issue an order forcing striking teachers back to work instead of continuing to spend their work day protesting at the capital.

Today Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen asked the appellate court to set aside the temporary restraining order. The Justice Department said that the Legislature’s own rules trump notice requirements in the open meetings law. One expects they could also call into question Sumi’s conflict of interest if need be.

(crossposted from mediatrackers.org)
Class struggle(in Marxist ideology) the conflict of interests between the workers and the ruling class in a capitalist society, regarded as inevitably violent.

Recycle This!

We don't need no stinkin' labor-law modernization
People in Wisconsin protesting the recycling portion of the budget bill were planning to dump garbage on the lawn of the Governor's mansion.

Under the new budget, municipalities would no longer be required to run a recycling program. The state would also cut funding for many recycling programs.
(from todaystmj4.com)

Obama Issues Startling Apology

Offers overdue insight into his regime's thuggish tactics


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

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Meet Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi

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Class struggle(in Marxist ideology) the conflict of interests between the workers and the ruling class in a capitalist society, regarded as inevitably violent.
"Oh [Muslim] brothers, the nation that excels in the death industry, and knows how to die a noble [death], Allah grants it a precious life in this world and eternal bliss in the Afterlife. The only weakness that shall humiliate us is the love of this world and hating death. Therefore we have prepared your souls for great action, strive for death - and life will be given to you."-- From Palwatch translation of The Muslim Brotherhood handbook.

SEIU in Labor-State Bank Holdup

Obama's favorite union takes charge in Stroudsberg, PA


Obama Suffering in Sadness

Under-loved Manchurian weighs self-imposed exile


(full story at sadhillnews.com)

Harry Reid Wants Your Money

Bitter Progs set stage for violent AFL-CIO spring uprising


Grand Coulee, Khatyn, McCall

On this day: March 22
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs into law a bill legalizing the sale of beer and wine (1933)

Washington's Grand Coulee Dam begins to generate electricity (1941)

The entire population of Khatyn in Belarus is burnt alive by German occupation forces (1943)

b: Tom McCall (1913), Roy Lee Williams (1915), Derek Bok (1930), Wolf Blitzer (1948); d: A.K. Gopalan (1977)

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