October 17th, 2019 | 8 mins 34 secs
chicago, congress, conservative, ctu, demand justice, environmentalists, extinction rebellion, general motors, gm, influencers, justices, left, liberal, london, podcast, protest, radical, right, supreme court, teachers, teachers union, transit, uaw, underground, union
Radical environmentalists think shutting down the London Underground is somehow a good idea, Demand Justice demonstrates that its idea of “justice” is just liberal politics, and we provide an update on major labor news, as UAW and GM reach a tentative deal, the Chicago Teachers Union strikes again, and the unions push for their wish list in Congress.
October 10th, 2019 | 8 mins 32 secs
aoc, conservative, corruption, democrat, democratic socialist, democratic socialists of america, dsa, exposed, hong kong, left, liberal, libertarian, national basketball association, nba, ocasio-cortez, planned parenthood, republican, senator, ted cruz, uaw, united auto workers
Archconservative Senator Ted Cruz and Democratic Socialist Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez both criticize the National Basketball Association for cracking down on statements of support for protestors in Hong Kong, Planned Parenthood announces a $45 million political effort for the 2020 elections, and the feds dig in to possible corruption in the United Auto Workers’ building a vacation cabin for its former president as former UAW communications officers call on the union’s executives to resign.
October 4th, 2019 | 6 mins 42 secs
big labor, conservative, constitution, court of appeals, dc circuit court, elizabeth warren, fcc, grievances, infrastructure, left-wing, net-neutrality, obama, rights, unions
Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes a substantial infringement on the right to petition the government for redress of grievances, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals rejects a challenge to the FCC’s rescission of an Obama-era rule classifying internet service providers as public utilities, and we hit the “highlights” of recent labor union filings that both show odd spending habits and illustrate the deep involvement of Big Labor in the institutional left-wing infrastructure.
September 26th, 2019 | 7 mins 29 secs
arizona, conservative, controversy, democrats, department of labor, house of representatives, labor, labor department, left, liberal, republicans, right, transparency legislation, union, union corruption, unionization, white house
In this episode, we look away from the White House, and at the risk of taking a “censure and move on” approach examine three labor stories: Democrats advance the most radical expansion of union power since 1935 to the floor of the House of Representatives, controversy rocks a unionization campaign at the Arizona Republic newspaper, and the Labor Department marks 60 years of combating union corruption with a powerful piece of transparency legislation.
September 19th, 2019 | 5 mins 44 secs
anti-semitism, block traffic, dc, environmentalists, extreme, general motors, gridlock, uaw, union, union corruption, women’s march
Extreme environmentalists vow to “shut down” transportation in the nation’s capital, the UAW strikes against General Motors, and the Women’s March replaces one set of controversial board members with another.
September 12th, 2019 | 6 mins 18 secs
big labor, conservative, constitution, corporate, freedom foundation, libertarian, progressives, rights, seiu, think progress, thinkprogress
We say good riddance to the liberal blog ThinkProgress after its corporate parent shuttered it, the Freedom Foundation forces the SEIU to respect a worker’s legal and constitutional rights, and “progressives” take aim at technological progress to boost Big Labor.
September 5th, 2019 | 7 mins 55 secs
anti-semitic, bloomberg, constitutional norms, dark money, department of labor, leaked emails, left, media, nationalism, nra, proteus fund, right, san francisco, smears, white nationalists
Bloomberg News smears a Department of Labor official, San Francisco incinerates constitutional norms to attack the National Rifle Association, and we expose another left-wing “dark money” clearinghouse, the Proteus Fund.
August 30th, 2019 | 6 mins 12 secs
aclu, barry goldwater, conservative, corruption, dave beck, david koch, detroit news, dinosaurs, editor’s note, feds, fiat chrysler, investigation, j.d. vance, jean harditsy, jimmy hoffa, kickback, koch, koch bros, koch brothers, leftist, libertarian, marissa brostoff, mit, nancy adams johnson, national lawyers guild, nationwide, philanthropist, philanthropy, political research associates, pro-abortion-rights, radical, raids, reason, teamsters, uaw, union, unkoch my campus, washington post, watchdog, white supremacist
The Feds expand their investigation of the United Auto Workers with a nationwide series of raids, the Washington Post lets a radical leftist smear a conservative writer, and we remember philanthropist and libertarian idealist David H. Koch.
August 22nd, 2019 | 5 mins 52 secs
2020, agenda, conservative, diplomatic, europe, family planning, hitler, labor, left, liberal, pact, planned parenthood, radical, right, stalin, tittle x, union, ww2, wwii
Big Labor outlines its radical agenda for 2020 and beyond, Planned Parenthood gives up some of its federal funding, and we mark the 80th anniversary of a diplomatic crime, the Hitler-Stalin Pact that paved the way for World War II in Europe.
August 15th, 2019 | 7 mins 21 secs
american bar association, bar, criminal, donor privacy, feds, joaquin castro, privacy, rights, scandal, uaw, united auto workers
The American Bar Association refuses to endorse overturning centuries of criminal due process precedents for now, the Feds get a break in the United Auto Workers’ spiraling corruption scandal, and Rep. Joaquin Castro demonstrates why donor privacy is important.
August 8th, 2019 | 5 mins 46 secs
The Congressional far-left reshuffles its staff, Wikipedia is called out for whitewashing the history of the Communist Party USA, and more union officials face the music for scandals in the national United Auto Workers and the Chicago Teamsters Union.
August 1st, 2019 | 6 mins 39 secs
activists, bernie sanders, chicago, federal prison, labor, maduro, prison, propaganda, radical, socialist, teamsters, union, venezuela
Corruption sends a Chicago Teamsters boss to federal prison, radical Chicago union activists go on a propaganda tour of socialist Venezuela, and Senator Bernie Sanders discovers the perils of his preferred labor policies.
July 30th, 2019 | 7 mins 12 secs
big labor, conservative, controversial, democrats, environmentalist, lena wen, ousted, planned parenthood, progressive, seiu, union
Congressional Democrats return a favor for the support of the Service Employees International Union, we take a deep look at a controversial environmentalist funder, and the Planned Parenthood Federation of America ousts its leader.
July 25th, 2019 | 6 mins 18 secs
anti-israel, bds, capitol, congress, court packing, dark money, demand justice, environmentalist, extremist, glue, israel, justice, liberal, rbg, ruth bader ginsburg, supreme court
Members of an extremist environmentalist faction glue themselves to basement doors in the Capitol complex, Congress slaps down the anti-Israel “boycott divestment and sanctions” campaign, and the liberal hero of the Supreme Court swats down the policy proposals of a liberal “dark money” advocacy group.
July 12th, 2019 | 11 mins 17 secs
bagman, dark money, donors, funding, influence, left, left-wing, liberal, major institutions, money, philanthropy, public policy, research
In this Episode: Joining the show this week is Capital Research Center Investigative Researcher Hayden Ludwig, who spends his time studying the liberal networks funneling money from major institutions and big donors into left-wing politics and policy. This week he released a new piece at capitalresearch.org with a deep-dive into NEO Philanthropy, a liberal “pass through” funding group.
July 3rd, 2019 | 8 mins 10 secs
andy ngo, anonymous speech, anti-fascist, antifa, attack, beating, black bloc, census, citizenship, citizenship question, court, debate, free speech, journalist, new jersey, portland, protest, violence
Black bloc anarchists attack a journalist in Portland, the Census citizenship question debate gets confused, and advocacy groups left, right, and center take on a Constitutionally dubious New Jersey law targeting anonymous speech.