Labor bosses hope to keep dues mandatory in unionized Ohio workplaces by demonizing any individual, group, or business that supports workplace freedom.
Cleveland Plain Dealer reporter Robert Higgs dismissed opposition to the Obamacare Medicaid expansion as merely “stubborn” in three separate stories published from September 4 to September 13.
Two Ohio Education Association publications recently obtained by Media Trackers provide further proof that “citizen-driven, community-based, bipartisan coalition” We Are Ohio is nothing more than a front group created by labor unions to advance union bosses’ interests.
Ohio Governor John Kasich keeps repeating his false claim that expanding Medicaid would “get our money back,” his insistence that God wants more entitlement spending, and his allusions to circumventing standard legislative procedure to implement a key piece of Obamacare.
The Ohio Liberty Coalition is helping broadcast parents’ concerns over two “text exemplars” recommended by the Common Core State Standards, pointing to graphic sexual passages in the novels suggested for 11th-grade students.
A total of 428 American labor union officers and employees were paid more than $250,000 in 2012, in stark contrast to union propaganda expressing solidarity with “the middle class.”
Recent tweaks to union propaganda against workplace freedom retain all of the dishonesty Big Labor began hawking through front group We Are Ohio in late 2011, while adding a smear against workers who would rather not be forced to pay union bosses.
Five Ohio groups have been granted a total of more than $3 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help Ohioans enroll in federally-approved, federally-subsidized health insurance plans, HHS announced on August 15.
Grant Street Consultants President Neil Clark referred to Ohio conservatives as Nazis in a story published by The Daily Beast on September 4, then took to Facebook with cries of “bullying” when Media Trackers contacted him and several of his clients for comment on his quote.
Seven months of pro-Obamacare rallies and press conferences at the Ohio Statehouse, combined with glowing media coverage of both, have demonstrated the difficulty taxpayers face in stemming the growth of an ever-more-powerful federal government.