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Ensuring Transparency in Reporting For Employer and Labor Relations: The “Persuader Rule”

You’ve probably watched one before.

An anti-union video so painfully corny, you probably had to turn it off after a few seconds.

Anti-union videos — … 373 more words

Current Events

Pro-Democrat Union Goliath to Unleash Anti-Trump Ad Blitzkrieg

You have to know that the Trump revolution has put the fear of God into Hillary Clinton and the Democrats now. This Tuesday’s yuuuge Trump win in Michigan combined with voters… 520 more words

2016 Elections

Urgent Reasons We Must NEVER Adopt the TPP!!! (Part 1 of an intermittent series)

Feb. 25, 2016  By Jack Jodell.

“If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu”
– Jim Hightower – 

“People in the know all are completely opposed to the TPP!” 1,242 more words

Corporate Greed

On Richard Trumka and Reader Mail

We know that copies of our new issue have arrived in members’ mailboxes when we start hearing from readers, and the first week of the new year has already brought plenty of feedback. 298 more words

From The Magazine

Inside Our January/February 2016 Issue

It’s a busy time of year for the mailing industry, and we are contributing to all of the special packages being delivered this week with our Jan./Feb. 208 more words

Trumka at U of M: 'There's a way for workers to win, and it's together'

In a policy address at the University of Minnesota yesterday, the nation’s highest-ranking labor leader pointed to “thousands of little groundswells” from across the country, including in the Twin Cities, as signs of a renaissance for collective action in American culture. 551 more words

Politics

Making News: Podcast of Last Night's John Batchelor Radio Interview on U.S.-China Relations

I’m pleased to present the link to the podcast of my appearance last night on John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show.  Click here for a great discussion among John, me, and co-host Gordon Chang on the politics of U.S.-China trade relations in the context of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s current visit to the United States.   9 more words

Trade