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3 days ago.
by Kendall78
BobDahler
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"Union fat-cats...myth or reality?"

So...you think labor unions are run by cigar chomping "Union Fat Cats", who receive outrageous salaries and benefits, while living a life of luxury comparable to Saudi Arabian Princes, lording their unrestrained power over the entire United States of America... all on the backs of the union-enslaved workers they represent. Here's your chance to prove it.

 
 

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scrappile

Difference between a Koch industries employee who does not back conservatives, yet the companies shareholders give campaign donations to right to work candidates, through P.O box front companies and a union members headquarters donating to fight against right to work candidates, one of them is up front about where your money is going, and the other is a front to hide where your money is going, right to work for the 1% for the betterment of the 1%, They have had a rough go of it for 30+ years. 26.7% of jobs in RTW states are low wage jobs.

Posted 519 days ago.

BeRight

Being forced to financially support political activities you do not agree with just to keep you job is also wrong.

Posted 519 days ago.

scrappile

Giving workers a voice in the workplace, that IS collective bargaining, as far as people not wanting to work for 5$ an hour, in the 50`s, corporate taxes were 5-6% of GDP. they now hover at decades low 1%, meanwhile govt takes a big bite of GDP, and who makes up the difference middle income workers in the 30,000-50,000 range, so they would work for 5$ an hour if the corporate world let them afford to. contact wrong riki at a**hat wearin.dum

Posted 520 days ago.

scrappile

Happy Birthday Cesar Chavez

Posted 520 days ago.

scrappile

Right to Work” States Spend Less on Education

¦Right-to-Work states spend $2,671 less per pupil on elementary and secondary education than free-bargaining states.

“Right to Work” States Have Higher Workplace Fatality Rates

¦According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rate of workplace deaths is 52.9% higher in states with Right-to-Work laws.

“Right to Work” Laws Don’t Improve Living Standards – Unions Improve Living Standards

¦Overall, union members earn 28 percent ($198) more per week than nonunion workers. Hispanic union members earn 50 percent ($258) more each week than nonunion Hispanics and African Americans earn 29 percent ($168) more each week if they are union members UNIONYES

Posted 528 days ago.

scrappile

Don't Be Fooled - "Workplace Freedom" is a lieIt means lower wages for everyone. ****protectohiosmiddleclass****/

Posted 528 days ago.

scrappile

'Right to Work' Laws Increase Poverty, Decrease Productivity | NEA ... Aug 14, 2012 ... By Darrell Minor, Columbus State Community College On February 1, 2012 ... Mitch Daniels signed a “right-to-work” (RTW) provision in the state's ... to the two groups of states, we find again that RTW states have a lower standard of living. ... get on with what is most pressing to me: my work with my students. neatoday****/2012/08/14/right-to-work-laws-increase-poverty-decrease-productivity/

Posted 528 days ago.

scrappile

Workers rights will be targeted on November ballot, when they come for spammers, what will wrongriki do?.... Sharia law, pffft, just wait til Amish elder law comes into effect, no mustaches,zippers, telephones in the home,radios to listen to frightwing radio NNOOOOOOOO.

Posted 529 days ago.

luvthesouth

i know why they were here munster...do you?

Posted 532 days ago.

luvthesouth

Munster, naturally NAFTA would not have anything to do with the manufacturing job losses during that time period...now would it??? you may wish to get away from your wrongformichigandot org blog. there's some funny logic going on there kingfish. right to work laws had absolutely nothing to do with the manufacturing job losses you are touting. other jobs were created by nafta, but unfortunately manufacturing was not one of them. as you are aware, textiles play a big role in the jobs in both of the carolinas and were decimated by NAFTA. check out the real story if you like. it is out there.

Posted 533 days ago.

Kunectdots

Pardon me but, Har, har, har!

Posted 533 days ago.

Kunectdots

"Employers, Unions Outraged by $63-Per-Worker Obamacare Fee"

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Ahcma

"It was the "UNIONS", not the union people who supported it. The UNION HIERARCHY (Trumpka, etc) thought that they 'd be able to bypass Obamacare. Guess what??? NOT going to happen. EVERYONE WITHIN A UNION, THANK YOUR UNION THUGS for this."

Pardon me but, Har, har, har!

Posted 533 days ago.

Tiredofit

The American people elected representatives to stop hos agenda. Thank God they did.

Posted 533 days ago.

Tiredofit

More talking points. Good little Munster. Ignore the fact the Dems controled the Govt for his first two years. What did he do without mean ole republicans/////???????? Pass a budget. Nope

Posted 533 days ago.

Tiredofit

The amazing thing about people like Munster is that he distrusted Republicans, business, conservatives and yet trusts Govt. How can you rationalize that one? What if we had a mean ole conservative in office and a republican congress. Gasp. Would you still trust your govt

Posted 533 days ago.

moderation

Well said, brother.

Posted 535 days ago.

scrappile

You stand with Koch Bros, you stand behind Cheney, Walker, Kasich,Ryan, Armey, you stand with people who put the word freedom in a movement trying to take away collective bargaining rights in public union contract negotiating, with an eye on private sector unions, who are around 6% of the workforce. You and these citizens want to take the middle class away and have those people living in a third world status, with no voice and no choice but to work for wages that will not let them survive let alone save and strive for the future. What do you know about freedom, and living free.

Posted 535 days ago.

scrappile

R1KRA8: We just seem to have different perspectives, one of us is looking forward, and for the betterment of the next generation, the other is looking behind, cause something is out to get meeeeeeee.

Posted 535 days ago.

scrappile

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which has received funding from foundations controlled by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch (who backed Walker's election), filed amicus briefs in many of the cases. Source:Alternet, right to work is wrong.c om AlterNet’s aim is to inspire action and advocacy on the environment, human rights and civil liberties, social justice, media, health care issues, and more.”

Source: Alternet

. . .

(Ohioans for Workplace Freedom)

Posted 535 days ago.

scrappile

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which has received funding from foundations controlled by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch (who backed Walker's election), filed amicus briefs in many of the cases. Source:Alternet, right to work is wrong.c om

Posted 536 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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