January 17th, 2019 | 7 mins 17 secs
alex caputo-pearl, american federation of teachers, arun gupta, arun gupta nlrb, bds, ben sasse, boycott divestment and sanctions, code pink, codepink, constitution, dccc, democrats, diana furchtgott-roth, fake news, far-left activists, fight for $15, fight for 15, house majority pac, influence watch, knights of columbus, lausd, mcdonald’s, moveon.org, national education association, national fast food workers union, national labor relations board, no religious tests clause, proposition 13, seiu, service employees international union, united teachers los angeles, women’s march
Two multi-year labor union campaigns reach their climaxes as Democrats introduce a $15 minimum wage bill at the behest of the Service Employees International Union and the radical teachers union in Los Angeles goes on strike, far-left activists celebrate the controversial Women’s March by distributing literal fake news, and the Senate re-affirms the No Religious Tests clause of the Constitution.
November 29th, 2018 | 7 mins 37 secs
amalgamated bank, andy stern, beto o’rourke, big labor, civil asset forfeiture, democracy alliance, democratic coalition against trump, draft beto, foundation for moral law, influence watch, institute for justice, judicial watch, keith mestrich, labor unions, nathan lerner, pacs, political action committee, scam pac, scam pacs, seiu, service employees international union, southern poverty law center, timbs v. indiana
A repeat creator of dubious “Scam PACs” makes one to “draft” failed U.S. Senate candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke, strange political bedfellows define a Supreme Court case on property rights, and Big Labor’s bank makes bank banking for Democrats.
February 8th, 2018 | 39 mins 23 secs
berlinrosen, bill de blasio, campaign, corruption, democrat, democratic party, fight for $15, mayor, money, new york, new york city, nyc, politics, progressive agenda committee, seiu, seiu 1199, service employees international union, special interests, working families party
Who is Mayor Bill de Blasio? Who wanted him in office and why? And why ought we be concerned about him and his potential run for president?