Well, well, well what an interesting tangled web we weave, and by “we” I mean a Michigan union.
The Washington Free Beacon is reporting about a decision The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled 2-1 that:
the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 58 violated the rights of members by requiring them to present photo IDs to resign their membership
The ruling was passed on
We are all aware of the issue of teachers striking illegally in Michigan. Detroit Public School teachers are the latest examples of illegal strikes.
Now it appears the Michigan Senate has had enough. There are three news Senate Bills 713, 714 and 715 which were introduced in Michigan’s Senate to attempt to put the money where the mouth is in Michigan’s 70 year old law against teacher strikes...
Bailouts have become a bone of contention with many people. I personally do not believe in them, no matter what the industry.
We are faced with another question of whether taxpayers should bailout a private pension.
The Central States Pension Fund is on the brink of insolvency and says it needs to cut benefits for 273,000 current and future retirees in order to keep out of insolvency...
Really, is this what it comes down to?
A Michigan citizen decides do exercise his lawful right and the UAW throws a hissy fit and attempts to terrorize the member and any future members from doing the same.
What am I talking about...