Blogline of the Day – what, ONLY the AFL-CIO??

by Skip May 17, 2017

The AFL-CIO exists to launder union dues into the campaign war chests of the Democratic Party. We call the MSM “Democrats with bylines”.  Unions are “Democrats sucking up other peoples’ money” (H/T: Instapundit)

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Data Point – Unions don’t always tell the truth…

by Skip May 15, 2017

SHOT: Unions decry “greed”… Last week, AFL-CIO, the largest trade union organization in the U.S., released the results from its annual Executive Paywatch report: CEOs at S&P 500 companies earned on average $13.1 million in 2016, and “this greed of corporate CEOs” has caused a “CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 347 to 1.” CHASER:  Not so […]

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Local Groups Admit They are in League with Communism

by Steve MacDonald April 29, 2017

If Tea Party activists marched with Klan members that would suggest an affinity or affiliation as damning as any. And so it should be with groups that March in celebration of May Day. A number of local groups are sponsoring or participating in May Day marches in New Hampshire. That should associate them ideologically with the […]

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So Unions keep saying that Right To Work States doesn’t gain jobs?

by Skip March 5, 2017

Well, Boeing certainly made a decision: PART OF THE GENERAL BLUE-TO-RED JOB MIGRATION: Boeing isn’t a story of jobs disappearing. They’re just moving to South Carolina. “So 1800 workers in Washington are finding themselves unemployed. At the same time, more than 3000 people in the Palmetto State have gone to work, begun training and started […]

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SURVEY: Majority in NH support Right to Work, including union members

by Kimberly Morin February 15, 2017

Yesterday, the University of New Hampshire Survey Center released a survey in which they ask Granite Staters about some hot topics that are happening in the state. One of the biggest pieces of legislation that is going to be voted on by the house this week is “Right to Work” legislation. It is a bill […]

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Right to Work states spend less on education, get more value for students

by Kimberly Morin January 17, 2017

On Thursday Senate Bill 11, AN ACT prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union, is scheduled to be voted on by the entire New Hampshire Senate. It was voted Ought To Pass out of committee by a party line vote of 3-2. As the Right to Work (RTW) […]

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Paid Time Off Better Than a Raise

by Steve MacDonald October 11, 2016

In a recent survey of warehouse workers, An overwhelming 87.5% of respondents prefer PTO (Paid time Off) over the equivalent in pay increases—a reminder, if nothing else perhaps, of the importance of work/life balance. Fight for Fifteen might want to consider fighting for days off instead of for higher hourly wages.

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Data Point – Right To Work

by Skip September 23, 2016

26 states now have right-to-work laws almost half of the nation’s population now lives in right-to-work states the majority of manufacturing jobs are located in these states Between 2004 and 2014, overall job growth in the U.S. was 6.1%. In states without right-to-work laws, it was a paltry 3.9%. But in right-to-work states, job growth […]

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Fight for 15 Driving Garment Makers and Jobs Out of California

by Steve MacDonald April 17, 2016
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US garment manufacturers operating on low margins to compete for wholesale or retail clients can’t operate in California if they have to pay all their employees $15.00/hour. To stay in business, they will have to move manufacturing out of the state or more likely out of the country. Last week American Apparel, the biggest clothing […]

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Fight for 15 Still not About Wages. Not Exactly

by Steve MacDonald April 13, 2016
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California is at the forefront of government interfering with the value of labor. The Fight for 15 campaign, lead primarily by unions, has succeeded in pushing up wages for some but not because anyone really cares about wages. Unionized hotel employees, as but one example, don’t get the hike — but non-union hotel employees do. Owners of […]

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Min. Wage Hike About Making Union Fat Cats Fatter

by Steve MacDonald February 21, 2016
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Unions (Super PACs) are using their deep pockets and ready-made army of activists to push for a $15.00 an hour minimum wage. But this activism has nothing to do with workers (how could it) it is about using the guns of government to make fat-cat union bosses fatter.

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NH GOP Republicans had the chance to do this, too

by Skip February 12, 2016

But too many of them are actually beholden to unions themselves, value their seats over Principles, or are outright Democrats masquerading as Republicans. Or, really, are just spineless political protoplasm?  Me?  I think it is more the latter than the others.  They are UNWILLING to stand up for Principles that they mouth the words to.  Could […]

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If unions are all that hot of a deal…

by Skip October 14, 2015

…then when given the FREEDOM TO CHOOSE, why are even more government union members deciding to leave?  And it couldn’t happen to a better union: Government employees in Seattle do not exactly fit the profile of the average Republican voter. But As the Washington Examiner’s Sean Higgins reported this week, they aren’t suckers either. Thanks to a recent […]

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GrokTALK! Trevor Loudon – Please Save America

by Steve MacDonald October 12, 2015
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Trevor Louden, speaking from the podium at the RLC convention, explains why he believes the next election is the last chance Republicans have to save America. He talks about why the GOP needs evangelicals to win, the consequence of a Democrat victory, and who might be on a Republican dream cabinet. You can hear our […]

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Interview with Trevor Loudon: Marxists, Democrats and uniting Republicans

by Kimberly Morin October 12, 2015

On Saturday at the Republican Liberty Caucus’ biennial meeting, author and political activist fromNew Zealand Trevor Loudon, was one of the keynote speakers. He has written a new book calledEnemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress. He talked about some of the information and research in his book during the speech as […]

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by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2015

To progressives not all black lives matter, not even those that survive the abortion-cult cleansing rituals. To the progressive left, advocating for better education for minority students is “racist.” Because, you know, #BlackLivesMatter, but one shouldn’t actually try to do anything about it, other than march in the streets, hold signs, get on TV, and […]

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Union hacks upset at Truthful Ad about Governor Hassan Holding up Heroin funding with Budget Veto

by Kimberly Morin September 9, 2015

Yesterday Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire released an ad targeting Governor Hassan for her failure to sign a budget deal and how it is affecting the heroin abuse problem in the state. The state legislature has compromised on much of the budget yet that isn’t good enough for Hassan. She wants to increase spending and taxes, […]

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Ohio Union Zombies Protest the ‘Defending the American Dream Summit’

by Kimberly Morin August 22, 2015

During the ‘Defending the American Dream Summit’ in Columbus, Ohio this weekend, Ohio unions shipped members from across the state to protest the ‘evil Koch Brothers’.

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America’s Pension Crisis

by Steve MacDonald August 7, 2015
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In this segment we are joined by Lawrence J. McQuillan, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Entrepreneurial Innovation at the Independent Institute and author of  CALIFORNIA DREAMING: Lessons on How to Resolve America’s Public Pension Crisis. “In California Dreaming, McQuillan provides a beautiful case study of the way politics operates to produce public pension […]

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What is wrong with NH’s Governor?

by GrokWatch News Desk July 23, 2015

Lisa Brady, M.Ed. | GrokWatch News Desk Still Waiting for Justice! 7-13-2015 Dear Governor Hassan, I am looking forward to a response from you with regard to the following matter that I am also sending to the press: The New Hampshire NEA (teachers’ union) has gone on record, publicly supporting you and has referred to […]

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GrokTALK! – Trevor Loudon – Author of Enemy Within

by Steve MacDonald June 18, 2015
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Trevor Loudon speaks to the 603 Alliance Grassroots Summit about the Marxist takeover of the unions in America, their takeover of the Democrat party, and the role of immigration policy in creating a one-party state. Follow us on YouTube,USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and take us with you oniTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker,TuneIn, or Stitcher.  

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Big Unions

by Steve MacDonald June 8, 2015
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Plenty of big this or that but Big Unions are the biggest danger to us of them all…  

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Don’t Blame Maggie, Blame AG Joe Foster

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2015
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Drew Cline has an editorial in today’s Union Leader in which he “sets the record straight” regarding Maggie Hassan’s Union donation kerfuffle. With calls for resignation over campaign finance violations in the news again of late, the suggestion is that Hassan should resign, too. They misremember the Hassan violation. Speaking for myself, I never suggested […]

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GrokTALK! with Jazz Shaw from Hot Air Part II

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2015
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In part II of our conversation with Jazz Shaw we continue with the pension problems in places like Illinois and how their influence and Democrat power politics can ruin an otherwise perfectly good state–making it almost economically uninhabitable. Part I with Jazz is Here   –   Listen to the entire podcast here Follow us on YouTube,USTREAM, […]

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GrokTALK! – Jazz Shaw from Hot Air.

by Steve MacDonald May 19, 2015
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Jazz Shaw from Hot Air joins us to talk about Mitt and Evander fighting for charity, the Democrat primary Senate throw-down brewing in Illinois, why size matters (when it comes to cell phones), and unsustainable debt and pension distress were institutionalized in the land of Lincoln.  (Part I of II) Listen to the entire podcast […]

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Union Admits 15$ Min Wage Will Cost Jobs

by Steve MacDonald May 18, 2015
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Union Admits 15$ Min Wage Will Cost Jobs, but they are OK with that. @jasonahart will some people lose their jobs? yes, but the work still needs to get done — IBEW Local 570 (@IBEW570) May 13, 2015 Jason Hart | Watchdog.org

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Dinner for “few”

by Steve MacDonald April 16, 2015
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Do they know that they are nothing more than wage-chattel parading to advance a progressive policy that will make more than a few of them wage-slaves to the welfare state? (NY Post) Fast-food and other low-wage workers picketed outside burger joints in New York and across the country Wednesday, demanding pay hikes to at least […]

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GrokTALK! – Mark Osbourne and the Budget Battle in Derry

by Steve MacDonald April 10, 2015
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Mark Osbourne joins the show to give us an inside look at what is becoming a no-holds-barred budget battle  between a town council elected to lower the tax rate and public employees fear-mongering to prevent any cuts to the budget. You can listen to the entire podcast here Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and […]

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The outrageous falsehoods and fearmongering of taxpayers by unions in Derry

by Kimberly Morin April 2, 2015

Today the Derry News posted an editorial regarding the budget fight in the town of Derry, New Hampshire. You see, the Derry Town Council wants to do something so shocking it’s almost unheard of – they want to actually cut taxes for residents! The town of Derry has one of the highest tax rates in […]

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And speaking of the NEA – a reminder of what this Union (and other unions) is all about

by Skip March 31, 2015

From my post back in 2009: Despite what some among us would like to believe it is not because of our creative ideas. It is not because of the merit of our positions. It is not because we care about children and it is not because we have a vision of a great public school […]

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