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.
April 4th, 2019 | 7 mins 37 secs
advocacy, bloomingdales, choke, conservative, controversial, dues, judicial race, major, managed, outspend, progressive, progressives, racecar, swampland, trade package, unions, wisconsin
Unions and progressives outspend conservatives in a Wisconsin judicial race only to choke it away, one Swampland operative has two advocacy groups with differing views on a major managed trade package, and we look at some of the more amusing and more controversial uses that unions found for their members’ dues money in 2018.
March 14th, 2019 | 7 mins 21 secs
afl-cio, aoc, bias, bipartisan, common sense, corruption, education, education reform, federal, federal investigation, green new deal, ivy league, labor unions, left, marijuana, ocazio-cortez, reform, right, scandal, teachers unions, unions, universities
A major federal investigation finds evidence of corruption in the admissions to the institutions which define America’s ruling caste, a counterintuitive finding shows education reform isn’t the right-left battle teacher unions and their stooges portray it as, and I agree with the American Federation of Labor on something.
March 7th, 2019 | 6 mins 2 secs
aclu, constitution, crony, democrats, discrimination, economy, fec, fightforfifteen, free speech, glass ceiling, google, hr 1, illinois, irony, legislatures, minimum wage, pay gap, sexism, term limits, trump, unconstitutional, unions, wage gap
House Democrats advance their unconstitutional incumbent protection act, SEIU-supported members of Congress advance SEIU’s far-left legislative priorities, and a social justice crusade at Google turns up a surprising result.
February 28th, 2019 | 7 mins 47 secs
american action forum, aoc, bladensburg, cross, establishment, green new deal, gross national income, janus, justice antonin scalia, left-wing, lemon test, maryland, memorial, ocasio-cortez, religion, scotus, supreme court, the american legion, unions, veterans
Conservatives debate the effects of the Janus decision on public sector unions and what needs to be done to help workers exercise their rights, researchers put a price tag on the Green New Deal, and the fate of a war memorial cross goes to the Supreme Court.
January 24th, 2019 | 9 mins 11 secs
big labor, catholic covington high school, catholic covington native american, communism, confrontation, decline, economic collapse, hugo chavez, indigenous peoples day, juan guaido, nicolas maduro, protest, socialism, unions, venezuela
In this episode: The Trump administration denounces the socialist President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro by backing his challenger Juan Guaido, Big Labor takes a hit as the rate of workforce unionization declines, and the liberal press attacks Catholic school students for defending themselves against a media mob.
May 31st, 2018 | 35 mins 26 secs
capitalism, corruption, elon musk, free market, labor union, libertarian, politics, space x, spacex, subsidies, tesla, tesla motors, uaw, unions, united auto workers
Elon Musk battles against corrupt unions, but his and Tesla Motors' practices are hardly clean themselves; Musk's businesses are hugely reliant are government subsidies that take from the American people for the benefit of private industry.
May 17th, 2018 | 42 mins 18 secs
afl-cio, amazon, big labor, business, card check, city officials, cronyism, government, head tax, independent contractor, influence watch, jobs, labor council, labor unions, left-wing, neutrality agreements, progress alliance of washington, real change, seattle, seiu, seiu 775nw, special interests, taxes, transit riders union, union loophole, unions
Local unions regularly manipulate their cronies in government to enact unfair policies for their own benefit. We detail such union scams across the country, with a special focus on a local union supported “head tax” preventing Amazon from expanding in Seattle.
April 5th, 2018 | 48 mins 28 secs
aft, american federation of teachers, democracy alliance, labor, national education association, nea, oklahoma, public finances, strike, taxpayers, teacher unions, teachers, unions, west virginia
Teachers unions strike for higher pay in Oklahoma and West Virginia, with more states yet to come. What does this mean for YOUR tax dollars, as well as for parents and children?
March 1st, 2018 | 44 mins 26 secs
afscme, conservative, constitution, first amendment, free speech, labor unions, legal, libertarian, mark janus, mark mix, national right to work, politics, right to work, supreme court, union dues, unions
Special guest Mark Mix (National Right To Work) discusses the vital Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME and his organization's role in it.