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Obama SOTU Declares 'Workers Don't Need Choice'!


I’m sure the average American worker will be happy to learn that their President doesn’t think they need to have access to choice on “right to work” issues. All that American workers really need is a union to pay their

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Unions to Benefit Most from Obamacare


Surprise, surprise – guess who stands to gain the most from the detestable Obamacare law? Unions, of course.   President Obama’s executive amnesty for illegal immigrants could help unions with dwindling membership. Labor unions were supportive of the president’s move. “I

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Unions Want Minimum Wage Increases - As Long as they Are Exempt!

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Look, we already knew that most labor unions have become hypocritical shells of their former selves. The need for labor unions is mostly nonexistent in today’s labor force – which is why unions can afford to overwhelmingly support one party

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Joe Biden Cheers on Big Labor Unions... Again


While stumping for Minnesota Democratic Rep. Rick Nolan, Vice President Joe Biden took time out to promote organized labor. Biden promoted labor unions as being the reason there is a middle class and attacked conservatives for being out of touch

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Unions Endorsing Republican Candidates for Governor!


Midwest Republican Governor’s are getting surprising support from state Unions and it couldn’t come at a worse time for the national Democrat Party.  In Wisconsin, Governor Scott Walker scored big endorsement when several state law enforcement unions chose to endorse

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Major Union Endorses Liberal "Independent" Candidate in Kansas Senate Race


The AFL-CIO is endorsing independent Senate candidate Greg Orman against Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, National Journal reported. The major national labor union hopes to give Orman a last-minute boost in his race against Roberts. While Orman is running in the

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Who Could Have Seen that Coming? Unions Endorse Democrat for Governor in Pennsylvania

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Unions are closing ranks behind Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf ahead of November’s election. Local radio station WITF reports that four of Wolf’s top ten contributors this summer were labor unions, giving his campaign more than $1.4 million. Those

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Unions Dump Millions into Democrat Candidates


Labor unions have already poured millions of dollars into various races across the country, usually in support of Democrats, as the November elections near. In the 2012 election cycle alone, unions categorized as 501(c) spent $23,913,872 in political expenditures. This

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Shock Report Shows Taxpayers Paid Millions for Federal Officials to do Union Work Instead of their JOBS!


In what may be one of the most egregious misuses of taxpayer dollars a new report details how taxpayers footed the bill for federal employees to do Union Work instead of the jobs they were hired to do! Taxpayers spent

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Unions Mad at Kentucky Democrat

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Labor unions are unhappy with Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Democrat challenging Kentucky Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell this fall. The activists feel ignored and mistreated by her campaign, National Review reports. An audio recording of a September meeting obtained by the magazine

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School Choice Programs Survive Despite Challenges from Teachers’ Unions


Have you ever heard of an education savings account? Arizona enacted a law to establish this helpful program and now other states are starting to follow their example. So what is the account? According to the Friedman Foundation: “Under Arizona’s

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Will Democrats Destroy Wisconsin’s Economic Recovery in November?


Republican Scott Walker is no stranger to controversy. He was elected to the governorship of Wisconsin in 2010 on the campaign promised of cutting the state’s deficit and balancing the budget and he did just that. After being sworn into

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