From the category archives:

Labor Unions

UAW Loses in Tennessee

February 15, 2014

Being refugees from the vast union wasteland that is Detroit, the United Auto Workers (UAW) union has tried to find a new home in the South.  Many foreign car companies set up plants in the South to 1) bring their plants closer to the consumer, and 2) avoid the high cost of union labor in [...]

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Detroit Goes Bankrupt

July 19, 2013

The city of Detroit will file for bankruptcy, the largest American city to ever do so.  If this filing is approved, the city will liquidate what it needs to in order to pay off its debts, meaning that public employees (and their unions) will face a serious crunch. Detroit’s been in trouble since even before [...]

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It Wasn’t Michgan’s Right-to-Work Bill that Struck Steven Crowder

December 11, 2012

We all love Steven Crowder’s sass and sarcasm, but reporting outside the Lansing, Michigan, union protest of a new right-to-work bill which passed the legislature today, this happened: We hope Steven and everyone else in those tents are OK. Quotes from top Michigan Democrat legislators threatening that “there will be blood, there will be consequences” [...]

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Unions Kill the Twinkie

November 16, 2012

There are a lot of stories out there that, when taken together, suggest that the world is on fire right now.  But the one thing that seems to be pissing everyone off more than any other is the fact that the Twinkie will soon be no more because Hostess, the company that makes them, is [...]

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