Big Tech talks tolerance, but like every other leftist construct, there is no protection if you deviate beyond the walls of their political groupthink. Until now. A National Labor Relations Board ruling may finally provide Google employees with relief.
“…free rein to appoint his desired nominees at any time he pleases, whether that time be a weekend, lunch, or even when the Senate is in session and he is merely displeased with its inaction.” He added, “This cannot be the law.” -Chief Judge David B. Sentelle – regarding the case against President Obama …
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So I’m musing about Obama’s NLRB shutting down Santa’s Workshop becasue–you know–it’s not a union shop, and what to my wondering eyes should appear but video about Obama taking over Santa’s Workshop. Personally, I’d have gone with the Pelosi quote about empowering bureaucrats to close any “business” that wont unionize, but this is funny enough. …
So is it any surprise that the unions and their pet government bureaucracy the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the epitome of the fox in the hen house, didn’t want Boeing to move any of its manufacturing from Washington State (where employees are forced to join unions), to South Carolina (where workers have actual rights.)
The US House just finished it’s work on HR1, cleaning up after democrats who in 2010 abrogated yet another constitutional obligation when they refused to write the budget they wanted.