Not for long.
Just as Unions put Davis-Bacon in place, to assure Unions their monopoly on Taxpayer-funded projects (consequently driving up costs, exponentially), they have infiltrated and destroyed nearly ALL manufacturing sector businesses.
For those who can't demonstrate competence on their own, nor be productive enough to be an ASSET to a business and desirable and commanding commensurate wages, we have Unions for those who must rely on the safety net of Contract Terms so they can sleep/slouch/slack their way through the day.
If you can't move on merit, move out of the way.
I keep hearkening back to the 1950s when everything conservatives don’t want to do, i.e. unionization, high taxes, etc., was occuring and yet we had tremendous growth and a strong, vibrant middle-class.
How on earth were these things possible if high taxes and unionism are so destructive?
Of course the only thing the above items are destructive too is the accruing of most of the nation’s income among very few people but I’d like to hear your opinion.