One link for the beer drinkers
Some Labor News, most of the links are about the latest attacks on Labor from the 1%.
Its COLD out right now -10F
Some good news on the Labor front.
To get things started. … Continue reading →
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See you in the comments.
Some Labor news, but mostly a OT.
Wish I found some of this info sooner, see you in the comments.
Some older labor news plus some newer news.
I’ll put everything in the comments.
This is a great interview. In the comments … Continue reading →
The floor and soap box is open.
Inside the Koch Family’s 60-Year Anti-Union Campaign That Gave Us Janus With last month’s monumental Janus decision by the Supreme Court, the Koch family won a major victory in their multi-generational attack on unions. The ruling spreads to the entire public sector one of the laws the Koch fortune first helped push through in Kansas 60 years ago: “right-to-work.” And in doing so it enshrines the union-busting agenda their fossil fuel money has helped advance for decades. Through a single vote, the Court’s 5-4 Janus decision reverses decades of legal precedent that had obstructed part of the Koch’s pro-corporate agenda. … Continue reading →
Over the last several decades, American big business has led a sustained assault on unions. And its mission to undermine worker power has had a quiet but important ally: the government. What do ice skating coaches, organists, public defenders and property managers have in common? They have all been sued by the US government for attempting to raise their incomes through collective action. Read more US antitrust laws were originally passed to prevent business monopolies. But they’ve been weaponized as an anti-worker tool – ironically strengthening the grip of the same corporate interests the laws were created to weaken. Under … Continue reading →