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Obama admin wants to require companies to give workers’ numbers, addresses to unions before labor elections

This is from The Daily Caller.

More concessions by the Obama Regime to his lord and master the union thugs.

If these things happens the unions will be able to intimidate  potential voters without any fear. 427 more words

RT: Ron Paul’s nonprofit refuses to disclose list of donors to the IRS

Published time: April 16, 2014 15:43

Ron Paul (Reuters/Robert Galbraith)

The United States Federal Reserve is usually the government office finding itself most often in the crosshairs of former Texas congressman Ron Paul, but now the longtime lawmaker is setting his sights on another agency: the Internal Revenue Service. 772 more words


Report: Tenn. Offered Contingent Incentives To VW

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Documents obtained by WTVF-TV in Nashville show that Republican Gov. Bill Haslam‘s administration made an incentive offer to Volkswagen contingent on… 133 more words


VW anti-UAW vote

From the March-April 2014 issue of News & Letters:

VW anti-UAW vote

Detroit—The shocking defeat of the United Auto Workers in a union election at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, dealt a serious blow to the organizing strategy of the UAW in the South. 427 more words


Vander Doelen: Chrysler's Plant Future

STERLING HEIGHTS – The Chrysler assembly plant here has come back from the dead, twice. Ordered closed for a second time in 2009 after the company’s bankruptcy, its employees rallied and protested and begged the company not to give up on it. 1,047 more words


Chattanooga: Right-to-Work Sues VW and UAW on 302 Theory

Several Volkswagen employees, represented by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, have sued VW and the UAW on the theory that the parties’ “ 248 more words

On Labor

Volkswagen auto workers continue to resist grip of unions

The anti-union movement took a step forward Monday after the U.S. National Labor Relations Board decided to let Volkswagen workers in Chattanooga, Tenn. stand up against a major auto union. 160 more words

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