Judge Orders Staff To Quit Police Union

Novel approach to ending forced-labor unionism
A common pleas judge has ordered members of his staff to quit a police union that supports repealing the state's new law limiting the collective-bargaining privileges of public workers.

Judge Mark Fleegle's directive last month to leave the local Fraternal Order of Police covered nine court staffers, including an administrator, a bailiff and seven probation officers, FOP Zane Lodge No. 5 President Tom Porter said Thursday.

''They would have loved to remain as members, but were told they had to quit,'' Porter told the Associated Press.

Porter believes the order is unfair and possibly unconstitutional and is having discussions with Fleegle to try to change his mind.

The judge did not return calls Thursday.
(from ohio.com)

Leftwing Vote Fraud Dealt Blow

Dems outraged by simple photo ID rule
Amid chants of “Shame!” and “Recall!” from the gallery, the Wisconsin state Senate on Thursday gave final approval to a controversial bill requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls. The measure now heads to Gov. Scott Walker, who said he plans to sign it next Wednesday.

“Requiring photo identification to vote will go a long way to eliminate the threat of voter fraud,” Walker said. “If you need an ID to buy cold medicine, it’s reasonable to require it to vote.”
(from madison.com)

Union Thugs Waive Out of ObamaCare

Double-standard governs Obama BigGov policy


Young Voters Wise Up, Flee Obama

This must be the lamest duck President evah
The scope of this disengagement from Obama is suggested by an informal survey of 500 post-grads by Joe Maddalone, founder of Maddalone Global Strategies. Of his sample, 93 percent are aged between 22 and 28, 67 percent are male and 83 percent voted for Obama in 2008. But only 27 percent are committed to voting for Obama again, and 80 percent said they would consider voting for a Republican, said New York-based Maddalone.

That’s a drop of almost 60 points in support for Obama among this influential class of younger post-grad voters, who Maddalone recruited at conferences held at New York University and Thomson-Reuters’ New York headquarters.

The bad news for Obama was underlined May 19 with a report by a job-firm Adecco that roughly 60 percent of recent college-grads have not been able to find a full-time job in their preferred area. One-in-five graduates have taken jobs far from their training, one-in-six are dependent on their parents, and one-in-four say they’re in debt, according to the firm’s data.
(from dailycaller.com)

O Too Gutsy For His Shirt

Malignant narcissist channels National Socialist Workers' Party


Boeing Workers Offered Assistance

Obama's NLRB secrets get FOIA'd


Klavan Takes On The O-Culture

We're all secret lawless assassins now


Socialist U.S. Senator EXPOSED!

Issues qualified approval of Capitalism


Socialist Workers' Party Camp, Radio Martí, de Santillá

On this day: May 20
The first prisoners arrive at a new concentration camp at Auschwitz (1940)

Radio Martí, part of the Voice of America service, begins broadcasting to Cuba (1985)

Chinese authorities declare martial law in the face of pro-democracy demonstrations, setting the scene for the Tiananmen Square massacre (1989)

b: Diego Abad de Santillán (1897); d: Irakli Tsereteli (1959), Hamilton Jordan (2008)

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