The anti-union movement won the battle of self-perception. Union-friendly blue-collar workers have been supplanted by white-collar office drones who don't see themselves as candidates for unionization because they don't really see themselves as workers, author Edward McClelland argues.
Volkswagen and the United Auto Workers are working toward labor harmony with union representation at VW’s Chattanooga plant. So a right-wing anti-union group is mounting the fight that VW doesn’t want to wage, fearing that success by the UAW could give unionization momentum in the "right-to-work" South.
Is there a wave of nostalgia for the 1930s? I wouldn't have thought so, at least not until the Republicans of Michigan passed the bucket of anti-union legislation last week.
A video that shows Steven Crowder getting punched in the face and threatened with gun violence in the midst of a right-to-work protest in Lansing, Mich., may have been heavily edited.
Washington has a way of focusing the nation’s attention on tactical games over partisan maneuvers that are symptoms of a few really big problems. But we almost never get to debate or even discuss the big problems because the tactical games overwhelm everything else.
Finally, President Obama and union-busting Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker have found an issue that they agree on: getting the regular union officials back into NFL games.
Multiple news outlets have called the Wisconsin gubernatorial recall election for Scott Walker By winning the election Tuesday night, the Republican became the first US governor to survive a recall attempt that reached the ballot By winning the election Tuesday night in Wisconsin, Scott Walker became the first U.
Scott Walker is looking to do what no other US governor has ever done: keep his office after a recall election Walker is just the third governor to face a recall ballot in U history .
As Wisconsin voters prepare to head to the polls next week for the recall election of GOP Gov. Scott Walker, anti-labor forces are already eyeing where they will take their union-busting battle to next.