Skip to comments.Seven Microeconomic Steps to End Public Unions
Posted on 04/26/2011 2:36:21 AM PDT by Daisyjane69
One thing about public unions is that they are seemingly immune to the effects of economics. They operate like a monopolist, but are actually a monopsony. Because of the conflicted relationship between the legislators and unions, they are able to continually try and exert their influence as the government grows. We are seeing that phenomena in the recent Boeing versus NLRB kerfuffle. Two of the three Obama appointments were made during a Senate recess, and thus subject to no Senate scrutiny.
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Scroll down to the 7 EXCELLENT Points.
The basic case against PUBLIC unions has been made.
We need to understand the cure!
Very good, but will Congress act to reign in the NLRB?
Why do we even need a National Labor Relations Board?
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