Tag: NLRB

Obama's Union-Sold Regulatory Agency Goes Even Further for Unions

-By Warner Todd Huston With one regulatory decision after anther, Obama’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has repeatedly abused its position and lent its powers to come to the material aid of Big Labor. This week we see the NLRB coming to the aid of unions yet again by changing rules to fast track union... Read more »

South Carolina Worker Sues Federal Gov't Over Possible Loss of His Job

-By Warner Todd Huston Barack Obama’s interference in the business operations of Boeing new Dreamliner manufacturing project will likely cause thousands of workers in South Carolina to lose their jobs. Because of this, one Palmetto State worker is suing the federal government for its part in his probable future job loss. This is a story... Read more »

Senator Seeking Answers on NLRB's Attack on Boeing

-By Warner Todd Huston Senator Jim DeMint (R, SC) wants some answers as to why Obama’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) thinks it has the power to tell American businesses where they are allowed to build their newest manufacturing facilities. On June 6 Senator DeMint’s office filed a freedom of information request demanding documents connected... Read more »
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Hypocrisy: Obama's Stock And Trade

-By Warner Todd Huston Obama’s National Labor Relations Board made itself infamous not long ago by attempting to tell Boeing in what state it was allowed to build a new manufacturing plant. Indulging his penchant toward anti-business, anti-capitalist sentiment Obama decided that he was the final arbiter on where companies were allowed to move and... Read more »

VIDEO: Senator Enzi Says Boeing Complaint by NLRB 'Not the Way to Encourage Jobs in U.S.'

-By Warner Todd Huston During a hearing last week on middle class employment, Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.), Ranking Member on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee, said that the Obama Administration’s policies are costing America good, middle class jobs.

Defunding Obama's Union Led Regulatory Army

-By Warner Todd Huston You might recall that with great fanfare and the slobberingly positive coverage by the Old Media, President Obama made Reagan-like and claimed that he thought it was time to get rid of the regulations strangling American business. Since that time he’s met with businesses and pretended to suddenly be a pro-business,... Read more »
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Obama to Sue States to End Worker's Right to Secret Ballot

-By Warner Todd Huston Barack Obama has given more payoffs, sweetheart deals, and new favorable regulations to Big Labor than any president in history. They should love him for his incredible largess. Next, in his never ending quest to harm the business community, defy the will of the voters, and give his pals in Big... Read more »

Obama's Labor Dept: If You Let Girl Scouts Sell Cookies, You HAVE to Let Unions Come in Too

-By Warner Todd Huston Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, right? What could be more American? It’s a right of passage for many young girls to set up a folding table in front of a local business and sell their little cookies and what American doesn’t get a warm feeling in their heart when they see... Read more »

Obama's Labor Dept. to Force Employers to tell Employees They Have a Right to Unionize

-By Warner Todd Huston Obama’s intrusive National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the government regulatory agency responsible for making rules to govern the relationship between employer and employee, has decided that as an employee you are stupid. Worse, the NLRB also decided that it has the power to force your employer to waste its resources holding... Read more »
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Obama Using Regulatory Power to Force Card Check

-By Warner Todd Huston Congress has failed to pass Big Labor’s long sought after card check bill, the Orwellian named Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA). The reason congress has not passed this destructive law is because the voters have repeatedly spoken by urging their representatives and senators to stand against it. The voice of the... Read more »