An extensive membership list and a calendar of events offer insight into a leftwing network first revealed by Media Trackers last week.
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees announced last week that it will no longer support United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because the Koch brothers have donated to UNCF.
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court Harris v. Quinn ruling leaves millions of teachers and other government workers forced to pay union “fair share” fees as a condition of employment.
Official responses to the IRS scandal over the agency’s targeting of conservative nonprofits suggest the IRS disclosure office is either in the dark or complicit in an ongoing cover-up.
Republican lobbyist Steve LaTourette celebrated the defeat of conservative primary challengers in North Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio in a May 7 release from Main Street Advocacy.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, who was paid $543,150 last year, defended her compensation by claiming her pay is $360,000 and other reported expenses simply prove the union’s “transparency.”
Committee to Protect MO Families, a Carpenters’ Union front group, implored Missourians to “stop the vultures from making Missouri a so-called ‘Right to Work’ state” in a social media post over the weekend.
MSNBC host and world-renowned race hustler Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN), which paid Sharpton $241,402 in 2012, has received over $3.6 million from labor unions since 2005.
The Inclusive Prosperity Act of 2013, introduced last April by Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN), is backed by a movement of leftists who call the proposal the Robin Hood Tax but who better resemble the Sheriff of Nottingham.
Ted Strickland, a Democrat former congressman and former governor under whom Ohio lost nearly 375,000 jobs, took the helm at the activist arm of the Center for American Progress (CAP) in Washington, DC on Tuesday.