February 6th, 2020 | 7 mins 9 secs
big labor, caucus, citizens united, conservative, controversy, corporations, democracy, democratic, fec, free speech, house of representatives, influencers, iowa, left, liberal, libertarian, organized labor, politics, public funding, right, san francisco, supreme court, unions
In this episode, the Iowa Democratic Party’s reliance on a Democratic-establishment-connected political vendor results in vote-counting-chaos, the House of Representatives prepares to affirm its loyalty to the will of Organized Labor, and San Francisco lefties fight over campaign finance disclosure.
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.