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We Accept Union Violence

SCOTUS: Pursuit of a legitimate collective bargaining objective
According to the National Institute for Labor Relations Research there have been 4,400 recorded acts of labor violence since 1991. The Teamsters lead the pack with 454, as one would expect from an organization once infiltrated by organized crime. The Teamsters have plenty of company, yet few offenders are called to account. In the Homestead tradition, law enforcement tends to melt away when a union goes on a rampage. Barely three percent of violent crimes committed by union members lead to an arrest or conviction.

This can only happen due to public acceptance. If violent behavior on the part of unions was met with the same kind of opprobrium meted out to child molesters it would disappear in a heartbeat. Let's face it, these are our neighbors. In all other respects they are normal people. They would never dream of walking into a supermarket and beating up the cashier if she charged more for a can of soup than what some union boss determined was the "right" price. Yet these same people, when dealing with differences of opinion over labor prices, think nothing of becoming raging hooligans, or worse.

The only way to make them ashamed of their violent behavior is to name and shame them.

More often than not, it's not management that union members beat up to protect their turf. Like any schoolyard bully, they pick on the weak not on the strong. Most victims of union violence are unemployed workers looking for a job so they can feed their families. "Scabs," they call them. Subhuman scum. Untouchables. People who, in the minds of unionists and their enablers, are worthy of the same kind of vile abuse that Klu Klux Klansman used to dish out to African Americans that didn't know their place.

Speak out. Report what you see. Post it on the web. Anyone who looks the other way is part of the problem.
(from realclearmarkets.com)

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

You Work For Us Now

The Obama Way takes aim at non-union jobs sector
Here is how these rules working together will negatively affect businesses.

One afternoon in 2012 a small-business owner receives notice from the NLRB that a local union has filed a petition for a unionization election. The owner had no idea that union activity was occurring and is shocked to learn that his whole world could dramatically change in just two weeks.

The owner calls his long-time lawyer seeking legal advice on what he should do to keep the union out of his family business. The owner thinks he needs to give a speech to his employees and asks for help. The lawyer says, “Sorry, I’d love to help you edit a speech, but if I do so then, under the Labor Department’s new ‘persuader’ regulation, I’ll have to publicly disclose all of my labor relations clients and what they paid me last year. I can’t do that because I’d lose them as clients.”

So, the business owner goes without legal advice. Since he hasn’t been in this situation before, he doesn’t know all the ways to get into trouble with the NLRB. He inadvertently commits a couple “unfair labor practices” by doing something as simple as disciplining an unruly employee.

Assuming that the business owner could find help, by the time the outside consultant is retained and has filed the mandatory paperwork, the election is over thanks to the NLRB’s new “snap elections” regulation.

Since the election is now over, the union if it won will push the employer to drop any of their objections to things like whether the voters were actually eligible to vote. This will be done under the guise of “not re-litigating the past” and moving toward “labor peace.”

All the while the NLRB will nod with approval as the union becomes the business owner’s partner, raking in dues to keep its coffers flush.

Welcome to labor relations the Chicago way, courtesy of President Obama’s Labor Department and the NLRB.
(from Don Todd at netrightdaily.com)

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Bill Clinton thought otherwise. “I got tickled by watching Governor Perry,” said the former president. “And he’s saying, ‘Oh, I’m going to Washington to make sure that the federal government stays as far away from you as possible — while I ride on Air Force One and that Marine One helicopter and go to Camp David and travel around the world and have a good time.’ I mean, this is crazy.”

This is the best argument the supposedly smartest operator in the Democratic party can muster? If Bill Clinton wants to make the increasingly and revoltingly unrepublican lifestyle of the American president a campaign issue, Governor Perry should call his bluff. If I understand correctly the justification advanced by spokesgropers for the Transport Security Administration, the reason they poke around the genitalia of three-year-old girls and make wheelchair-bound nonagenarians in the final stages of multiple sclerosis remove their diapers in public is that by doing so they have made commercial air travel the most secure environment in the United States. In that case, why can’t the president fly commercial?

You’d be surprised how many heads of state do.
(full story at nationalreview.com)

Sacco & Vanzetti, Qingdao, Laos

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Japan declares war on Germany and bombs Qingdao, China (1914)

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b: Antonia Novello (1944); d: Ferdinando Sacco, Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1927)

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