Clint The Hot Dog Guy : Union Mob Racist Attack In Lansing

Liberal supported unions destroy a tent and a business in the form of Clint Tarver’s Hot Dog cart. During which, assailing him with racial slurs. None helped him after the melee. Conservatives helped raise more than enough money to get Mr. Tarver back up and running. Food for thought.

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The American Spectator : We Cheer for Michigan

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The American Spectator : We Cheer for Michigan.
by Ivan Osorio

What a difference. This week’s enactment of a right to work law by Michigan lawmakers comes only three years after the 2009 government-directed bankruptcies of General Motors and Chrysler seemed to cement the United Auto Workers union (UAW) as kings of Detroit. The Obama administration, eager to please a key union constituency, moved the UAW to the front of the creditors’ queue in the bankruptcy proceedings for both firms, at the expense of secured creditors who got a fraction of what they were due. Now, it turns out, the bankruptcy that seemed like a display of union muscle was more like a huge bite taken by a snake eating its own tail. Continue reading →

Employees, Union Workers and the GOP’s Big Miss

By Jeff Swanson

This union stuff is a sticky wicket. Having written quite recently about allowing unions to just fade away to the darkness of irrelevancy, it would seem weird that I would want to write about union workers.

Yet, here I go. Continue reading

Wal-Mart vs. the Mob – Michelle Malkin

Wal-Mart vs. the Mob – Michelle Malkin
by Michelle Malkin

Black Friday always brings out the worst: long lines, short tempers and random outbreaks of shoppers’ rage. This year, Big Labor will ratchet up the Strikesgiving tension with professional grievance-mongers and workers picketing at 1,000 Wal-Mart stores nationwide. Continue reading →

Unions Have Declared Open Season – So What?

by Jeff Swanson

With the re-election of President Obama, it appears that Unions have deemed it true that a collective bargaining renaissance has arrived.

We have strikes abounding. Could it be the great revival of the strong union label? Not likely. Continue reading