Read a national story about the announcement by Racine’s Randy Bryce to challenge House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) and you’re likely to get a tale of Bryce being an union ironworker, single father, doting son to his ill mother, and local activist. Here’s how the Associated Press covered the roll out of Bryce’s announcement: A […]
As union membership drops in Wisconsin, some union-organized and union-managed pension plans have struggled to stay solvent and meet federal guidelines.
Russ Feingold is running for U.S. Senate, but he wants to be part of a team that repeals collective bargaining reform and right to work. Wrong office?
The former GOP Speaker of the Assembly has been busy creating and leading an elaborate network of groups to support union-backed positions.
In a predictable lawsuit filed in Wisconsin this week, several Wisconsin unions challenged the state’s new Right to Work law. Unfortunately for unions and their lawyers, their lawsuit inadvertently highlighted their real concern – their problem with federal National Labor Relations Act.
On the final day of legislative debate over a proposed Right to Work law in Wisconsin, union protesters proved once again they are unable to replicate the massive crowds generated during Wisconsin’s historic 2011 Act 10 debate.
Despite overwhelming public support, unions and union protesters continue to show no shame in the rhetoric they are willing to use to defeat Right to Work legislation in Wisconsin.
Highlights from day 8 of Wisconsin’s Right to Work debate.
On the day the Wisconsin State Senate passed Right to Work legislation, Media Trackers caught protesters verbally assaulting police and state senators.
According to union data recently reported to the U.S. Department of Labor, the Milwaukee Newspaper Guild – the union representing many newsroom employees of Wisconsin’s largest newspaper – may be the poster child of what happens when employees find no value in a labor union.