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  • It's a new day at the Flower Show (When Liberals Get Mugged)

    02/28/2015 8:53:09 AM PST · by Kid Shelleen · 12 replies
    Philadelphia Daily News ^ | 02/28/2015 | Ronnie Polaneczky
    I HAVE A FAVOR to ask of the union members who've been picketing the Pennsylvania Convention Center: Leave the Philadelphia Flower Show alone. As in for real, guys. If you're planning to disrupt the show the way some members of the Metropolitan Regional Council of Carpenters disrupted the Philadelphia Auto Show on Feb. 7 - don't argue they didn't; we're not idiots - please just don't.
  • Officer Shoots and Kills Teen With Schizophrenia: “We don’t have time for this”

    01/07/2014 7:46:39 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 55 replies
    Freedom Outpost ^ | January 6, 2014 | Lily Dane
    A North Carolina family is mourning the loss of their 18 year old son after he was shot and killed by a police officer. Mark Wilsey called 911 for police assistance with his son Keith, who was having a schizophrenic incident and threatened his mother with a small screwdriver. Wilsey said two police officers showed up and were able to subdue Keith, but the arrival of a third officer caused the teen to become agitated, and the officers used a Taser on him. Wilsey told WECT that officers had his son down on the ground after the teen was tased...
  • Phila. police tie construction-site arson to union sabotage

    12/29/2012 11:03:52 AM PST · by NittanyLion · 24 replies
    Philly.com ^ | Dec 29, 2012 | Inga Saffron
    The site where Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting is building a new meetinghouse was damaged by arsonists during Christmas week, and police are now "absolutely" sure the attack was the result of a dispute between members of a Philadelphia construction union and the project's nonunion contractor.
  • Helpful union surrogate vows to chase Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s daughter to soccer game

    12/15/2012 10:47:16 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 36 replies
    Hotair ^ | 12/15/2012 | Jazz Shaw
    The great thing about Democracy – as I’m sure you’ll all agree – is that once the campaigns, debates and battles are over and the people have spoken, everyone can pick up the pieces and get on with productive work to advance the principles each side believes in. Clearly, such is the case in Michigan, where defeated but undaunted union advocates have already begun dusting themselves off and …Nope. LANSING — A speaker at a union protest against right-to-work legislation said if Gov. Rick Snyder signed the bill he would get “no rest” and that protesters would be at his...
  • Jimmy Hoffa Warns Of "Civil War" As MI Governor Signs "Right-To-Work" Into Law

    12/12/2012 9:28:15 AM PST · by DCBryan1 · 83 replies
    Zerohedge ^ | 11 DEC 12 | Submitted by Tyler Durden
    Minutes before Michigan Governor Snyder signed the 'Right-To-Work' bill into law... ... Teamsters head Jimmy Hoffa appeared on CNN, as seen in the clip below, warning that: "This is just the first round of a battle that's going to divide this state. We're going to have a civil war," ...as the bill to weaken unions' power is passed. If Hoffa is right, look for Michigan GDP to soar: after all it is one of the more Keynesian states in the union. Via AP: Michigan Gov. Snyder signs right-to-work bills LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed right-to-work...
  • Heckuva job: Michigan union thugs destroyed hot dog vendor’s cart

    12/12/2012 9:22:49 AM PST · by smoothsailing · 50 replies
    Michele Malkin ^ | 12-12-2012 | Michele Malkin
    December 12, 2012 Heckuva job: Michigan union thugs destroyed hot dog vendor’s cart Michele Malkin This is small business owner Clint Tarver of Lansing, Michigan. He was caught in the violent chaos that erupted when union thugs attacked the Americans for Prosperity tent on the capitol grounds yesterday during the right-to-work debate. His hot dog stand was destroyed. Velvet Hammer reports that the thugs shouted “Uncle Tom” and “nigger” at Tarver.Dana Loesch has more on the story and how to help.
  • More Proof Unions Are The Actual Violent Thugs Democrats Accused The Tea Party Of Being

    12/11/2012 4:26:42 PM PST · by The Looking Spoon · 11 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 12-11-12 | The Looking Spoon
    Steven Crowder attempted to start a dialogue at a protest against the Right To Work bill in Michigan (which prohibits coercion to join a union, as you can imagine the Bolsheviks running them don't like that).As we've come to expect from the left, every "fear" and accusation of violence they have coming from conservatives is proven to be pure projection of their on proclivities whenever they get the chance to show it.See the video of Crowder getting attacked here. If you're on Twitter retweet it here.
  • Union Assault on Camera (Steven Crowder, conservative comedian, assaulted in Lansing - VIDEO)

    12/11/2012 12:12:45 PM PST · by HawkHogan · 76 replies
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_F3oev06i0&list=SP85933DBA7E52B5B6 Check out the latest video from Lansing. Steven Crowd punched in the face multiple times.
  • Union Protester Threatens to Kill Conservative Steven Crowder (punches Steven!!!)

    12/11/2012 2:20:03 PM PST · by autumnraine · 10 replies
    Townhall ^ | 12/11/2012 | Katie Pavlich
    As reported earlier, conservative comedian Steven Crowder was physically assaulted by union protesters today in Lansing, Michigan. Video has surfaced of Crowder being punched repeatedly in the face and one man is heard yelling, "I'll kill a motherf*cker with a gun!"
  • Violent Mob Destroys AFP Tent in Lansing, Michigan Protest

    12/11/2012 12:01:54 PM PST · by lowbridge · 85 replies
    youtube ^ | december 11, 2012
    A violent mob destroys the Americans For Prosperity tent on the lawn of the state capital during protest against right to work legislation. While destruction happened, there were people inside the tent and some in the crowd were armed with knives.
  • Enough signatures collected to force Wis. Gov. Walker recall election

    01/17/2012 10:42:02 PM PST · by Jacob Kell · 25 replies
    NBC Politics ^ | Jan. 17, 2012 | Associated Press
    MADISON, Wis. -- Opponents of Wisconsin's Republican Gov. Scott Walker submitted nearly twice as many signatures Tuesday as required to force a recall election, but still face the challenge of transforming public outrage over his moves against unions into actual votes to oust him from office.
  • Statewide Recall Costs Could Top $9 Million, GAB Says (WI)

    01/06/2012 2:19:20 PM PST · by Hunton Peck · 8 replies
    MacIverInstitute ^ | January 6, 2012 | MacIver News Service
    Madison, Wisc…] If there is a statewide recall election this year, it could cost Wisconsin taxpayers more than $9 million according to a new report issued Friday. State Representative Robin Vos (R-Rochester) requested the information from the Government Accountability Board. The GAB memo was sent to Vos this afternoon. “It’s about time taxpayers learned the cost of these unnecessary recall elections,” said Vos.”The citizens of Wisconsin should have known the estimated cost on local governments before a single petition was circulated.” The figures released does not account for possible primary elections which would drive up the costs significantly by the...
  • Top union official blasts Gov. Christie for requiring state employees to report to work

    08/29/2011 11:45:18 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 31 replies
    Top union official blasts Gov. Christie for requiring state employees to report to work Published: Monday, August 29, 2011, 2:03 PM Updated: Monday, August 29, 2011, 2:14 PM By Star-Ledger Staff TRENTON – A top official in the largest state workers union said Gov. Chris Christie should have ordered non-essential workers to stay home today. Employees trying to make their way into Trenton today found some of the main arteries into the city closed from flooding, backing up traffic for miles. “It’s ridiculous. It’s taking people hours to get in, especially in Trenton,” said Hetty Rosenstein, state director of the...
  • Busted… AFL-CIO Official Admits to “Intercepting” Emails of Political Opponents (Video)

    05/17/2011 9:36:04 PM PDT · by joinedafterattack · 35 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 5-17-11 | Ari David
    Enter Nick Berardino, the AFL-CIO’s General Manager of the Orange County Employees Union; the stereotypical “thug” that speaks of his Italian heritage and jokes about showing up at Orange County Republican Party Chairman Scott Baugh’s home’s when upset with him, “and I don’t want to go there to deliver cannoli and a little bit of wine.” Mr. Berardino it seems, not only likes to joke about these physical taunts but apparently likes to “intercept” other people’s email in an effort to know all the covert moves of his opponents. That’s what he told an audience recently - “We have intercepted...
  • Labor Unions Fear Rollback of Rights if G.O.P. Wins

    11/01/2010 9:33:27 AM PDT · by lbryce · 54 replies
    New York Times ^ | November 1m 2010 | Steven Greenhouse
    Organized labor is deeply worried about what happens after Tuesday. By many measures, labor unions have been the Republicans’ fiercest, biggest-spending opponents in this year’s campaign, laying out more than $200 million in hopes of safeguarding the Democratic majorities in the House and Senate. So it should be no surprise that Republicans, who appear to stand a good chance of winning control of the House or Senate, are signaling that they plan to push bills and strategies to undermine labor’s political clout and ability to grow. “Republicans are likely to pursue a version of what Samuel Gompers often said: ‘Reward...
  • Workers to picket Sir Joh's funeral

    04/25/2005 11:20:59 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 5 replies · 322+ views
    The Australian ^ | 26 April 2005 | Greg Roberts & Tony Koch
    ELECTRICITY workers sacked by Joh Bjelke-Petersen's National Party government during one of Queensland's most divisive industrial disputes will picket the former premier's state funeral next week. Many of the 1000 workers sacked in 1985 when they went on strike after refusing to sign individual contracts, as an unrepentant Sir Joh vowed to "keep the lights turned on" in Queensland, cannot forget the bitter episode, which saw them stripped of their livelihoods and superannuation entitlements. But community leaders in Kingaroy yesterday joined the Queensland Nationals in warning that picketers could expect a fiery reception from mourners. Veteran left-wing protest leader Brian...
  • ASK ME HOW YOU CAN HELP DAMAGE THE NEA --- the wholly owned subsidiary of the DNC

    07/07/2004 12:13:17 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 44 replies · 1,060+ views
    dfu | 7-7-04 | dfu
    Many of you are aware that the National Education Association is really an arm of the RAT Party. At this year's convention, they are showing Slob Michael Moore's deceptive movie. They are endorsing F'in Kerry. What can you do about it? How about helping to do some defunding. If a teacher doesn't like what the union is doing with its political funds, that teacher can make a written demand for a return of money used for political purposes. I believe that the teacher may even be able to demand to go back three years. I have helped some teacher friends...
  • DFU RADIO HOUR TODAY: Marsha Richards and I Once Again Rip the Stinking Teachers Unions

    07/17/2003 12:55:44 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 10 replies · 168+ views
    dfu | 7-17-03 | dfu
    DFU RADIO HOUR THURSDAY, JULY 17, 5:00 PM PACIFIC, 8:00 PM EASTERN Marsha Richards of the Evergreen Freedom Foundation makes a return trip to discuss the temporary setback in a court decision allowing the illegal withholding of money by the teachers union thugs in the state of Washington. The battle will continue, thanks to the efforts of EFF and Landmark Legal.   Click the ON AIR sign or here at broadcast time to start listening live!Click here for the broadband feed (when and where available)Click here for the Radio Freerepublic Chat RoomRadio FreeRepublic shows archives are available here! To...
  • WTO rules against United States on Canadian softwood lumber (for the 847,930,493rd time)

    05/27/2003 2:36:27 PM PDT · by ContentiousObjector · 16 replies · 263+ views
    CBC Newsworld International ^ | May 27th | Newsworld Online
    WTO softwood ruling favours Canada Last Updated Tue, 27 May 2003 17:01:32 OTTAWA - The World Trade Organization has ruled in favour of Canada in its softwood lumber dispute with the United States. The preliminary ruling, which is not binding, was released to the federal government Tuesday. "Yet again, it appears that the U.S. is being told that its attempts to prove our softwood industry is subsidized are flawed," International Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew said in a news release. A final report on the dispute is expected in July. The crux of the dispute is an American claim that Canada's...
  • U.S. threatens to double softwood lumber tariffs (More Protectionist BS)

    01/30/2003 11:11:35 AM PST · by ContentiousObjector · 9 replies · 215+ views
    CBC News Online ^ | January 30th | CBC News Online Staff
    VANCOUVER - U.S. politicians introduced legislation Wednesday that would nearly double duties on Canadian softwood exports. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives will consider bills that could raise U.S. duties from 27 per cent to 45 per cent. Reports from Washington suggest the bills have wide support from both Democrats and Republicans. But Doug McArthur, who helped the B.C. government negotiate the softwood lumber agreement, said the bills are probably just a tactic to increase pressure on Canada. "It's very unlikely that this action, which is blatantly illegal under WTO rules and under NAFTA rules, will actually proceed,...
  • United Mechanics Oppose a Cut in Pay Now (Unions = Death Alert)

    01/01/2003 9:07:06 AM PST · by Timesink · 39 replies · 290+ views
    The New York Times ^ | January 1, 2003 | Edward Wong
    January 1, 2003 United Mechanics Oppose a Cut in Pay NowBy EDWARD WONG he machinists' union at United Airlines said yesterday that it opposed the airline's demand for short-term wage concessions because executives had not provided enough financial information for the union to make an informed decision and because the two sides had not engaged in back-and-forth negotiations. The union also said that United needed to return to profitability by developing a comprehensive business plan rather than by asking its employees for piecemeal cuts. The union, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, made its statements in a...
  • Transit Talks Continue Past Midnight Deadline (MTA Strike Averted ... For Now)

    12/15/2002 9:42:53 PM PST · by Timesink · 16 replies · 954+ views
    NY1 ^ | December 16, 2002
    Transit Talks Continue Past Midnight Deadline DECEMBER 16TH, 2002 There will be no transit strike - at least not yet. With the morning plans of millions of commuters hanging in the balance, the MTA and New York City's transit workers are negotiating past the midnight hour in a last-ditch effort to avert a mass transit strike that could cripple the city at the height of the holiday season. Ed Watt, the secretary/treasurer of Transit Workers Union Local 100, announced at midnight that negotiators had made sufficient progess to continue their efforts past the midnight deadline. The progress, said Watt, had...
  • MAYOR BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR ILLEGAL STRIKE BY TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION

    12/09/2002 11:58:47 AM PST · by Timesink · 62 replies · 1,314+ views
    NYC.gov ^ | December 9, 2002
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 9, 2002 PR 323-02 www.nyc.gov MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR ILLEGAL STRIKE BY TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg joined by Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner John T. Odermatt, New York Police Commissioner (NYPD) Raymond W. Kelly, Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Iris Weinshall, New York Fire Department (FDNY) Chief of Department Frank Cruthers, Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) Chair Matthew Daus and Department of Education (DOE) Chancellor Joel Klein outlined the City strike contingency plan in response to a potential illegal work stoppage by the Transport Workers Union (TWU)."A...
  • Teamsters threaten to abandon the Rolling Stones

    11/16/2002 5:43:11 PM PST · by Sungirl · 103 replies · 405+ views
    (11/05/02) -- On Monday, the Teamsters union vowed they would shut down two Rolling Stones concerts this weekend at Pacific Bell Park (Home of San Francisco Giants) if the promoter, Clear Channel Communications, does not use union workers. William Cromartie, the president of the Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 85, said that the Teamsters have had a gripe with Clear Channel for years: "They want to bring in kids to work for $6 or $7 an hour and give then a T-shirt." Nearly 50 Teamsters were picketing outside the stadium as trailers arrived to deliver equipment for the Friday and Saturday...
  • PDC refers union case to AG (teacher union scum are going down)

    10/02/2002 2:56:02 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 4 replies · 201+ views
    Evergreen Freedom Foundation ^ | 10-2-02 | Marsha Richards or staff
    Contact: Marsha Richards, Communications Director (360) 956-3482 PDC refers union case to AGEFF calls for thorough investigation OLYMPIA, WA - Washington’s Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) found the National Education Association (NEA) guilty today of “apparent multiple violations” of a state law that requires the union to get permission from non-member teachers* before spending their money to advance political causes. Commissioners referred the case to Attorney General Christine Gregoire for further action, saying their ability to penalize falls short of the magnitude of the violations.The complaint against the NEA was filed in January by the Evergreen Freedom Foundation, a non-profit public...
  • NEA doesn t show up in court; union fined $800,000 for intentional violations of state law

    07/01/2002 3:52:28 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 36 replies · 1,907+ views
    Evergreen Freedom Foundation ^ | 7-1-02 | Marsha Richards
    Contact: Marsha Richards, Communications Director (360) 956-3482 NEA doesn’t show up in court; union fined $800,000 for “intentional” violations of state law OLYMPIA, WA - A Thurston County Superior Court judge today fined the National Education Association (NEA) $800,000 plus legal fees for “intentional” violations of a Washington state law that prohibits the unauthorized use of agency fees* for political activity. The court also issued a permanent injunction barring the union from collecting agency fees from thousands of Washington state teachers. The default judgment comes after the NEA missed a court deadline last week to respond to a lawsuit brought...