Labor union bosses are hard at work spending dues-paying members’ money on the things that matter for good jobs and good benefits. Or not.
The Big Sky Central Labor Council posted a picture on its Facebook page on Friday comparing Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker to Adolf Hitler for his well-known efforts in Wisconsin to weaken the power of public-sector unions.
Every contribution this year to union front We Are Ohio’s political action committee has come from a labor union, the group’s July semiannual campaign finance report reveals.
“So-called ‘Right To Work’ is a dangerous attack on working and middle-class families,” leftist think tank Policy Matters Ohio warned in a recent invitation to a propaganda event organized by union front We Are Ohio.
Ohio Republican Party (ORP) mailers sent this month painted Republican primary candidate Caleb Davenport, who is challenging Sen. Frank LaRose in the 27th Ohio Senate District, as an opponent of tax cuts and pro-life policies.
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.”
“Rich States, Poor States”, an economic analysis of state conditions paints a bleak picture for Pennsylvania, now and in the future.
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 ten highest-paid union bosses at United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland received a sum of roughly $3.5 million taken from workers’ paychecks in the union’s latest fiscal year.