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by Press and Media | on Jun 05, 2017

Smart to Privitize Air Traffic Controllers?

This week, Trump is proposing a new plan to privatize air traffic controllers and he has the support of the airlines and the unions representing air traffic controllers.  Read more below from...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jun 02, 2017

Understanding the Employee Rights Act

Trump and his Republican cronies are once again going after labor unions.  While union members were warned about the immediate and long-term dangers of voting for Trump, they didn’t listen...

by Rachel Cossio | on Jun 01, 2017

Arrested at the Trump shoe factory

As a result of an investigation to uncover excessive labor abuses in a Chinese shoe factory, Hua Haifeng has been arrested and two others have gone missing, presumed to be detained. The three men...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 29, 2017

Why did the Military Vote for Trump

I have some family in the military. Any day now they could be sent off to foreign soils to defend our many freedoms. In the past, we found comfort in knowing that if that was the case, it was well...

by Press and Media | on May 25, 2017

Using the NLRB to Break Unions

Now that Trump has submitted the names of two union busters for the National Labor Relations Board, will he transform the board from a group that helps workers to one that attacks workers?

by Kris LaGrange | on May 25, 2017

Organizing the Proud and Embarrassed

A buddy of mine is a good writer, so good that a major Newspaper pays for him to write columns. We are both on the same side politically, but when he writes he has to be “objective” and...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 22, 2017

How Trump will Tank our Economy

Today we learned that the Food Stamp budget was cut by 25%. A majority of food stamp recipients are poor whites, the very people that voted to send this con artist to the White House. Now, Trump and...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 11, 2017

Stop Trying to Curb Dissent

When the United Nations was formed in Lake Success, NY back in 1945, one of its missions was to address inhumane actions by governments against its people. Americans thought this new organization...

by Guest Post | on May 08, 2017

Obernauer: Feeling the Pain

Training and enforcement and union jobs are needed now more than ever. In our city, 33 construction workers have died at work since 2014. Thirty-three funerals, 33 families mourning the loss of...

by Guest Post | on May 04, 2017

Just do your own job

No one believes in the rule of law more than police officers. We work tirelessly to make our communities safer, within the confines of the constitution, by arresting those that commit criminal...

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