Big Labor and Big Business are working together to block autoworkers from defending a vote that defeated unionization in right-to-work Tennessee.
President Barack Obama praised a Connecticut law that helped boost wages for mostly middle and upper-middle class households during a Wednesday event at Central Connecticut State University.
House Republicans and labor experts criticized the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for proposing election rules that favor unions during a Wednesday hearing before the House Education and Workforce Committee.
A top White House economic adviser and three Democrats on a conference call touting the president’s minimum wage hike could not identify how many workers actually earn the minimum wage.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union asserted in an appeal to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) filed Friday that Republican public officials and union opponents unfairly influenced workers at a Tennessee Volkswagen plant that rejected the union by a 53-47 percent margin on Feb. 14.
The federal government on Tuesday indicted multiple union members for burning down a Quaker church in 2012.
The 40 percent minimum wage hike touted by President Obama and congressional Democrats would cut 500,000 jobs and could leave as many as 1 million people unemployed, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Workers at a Tennessee automobile plant rejected the United Auto Workers union’s bid to break into the right-to-work state on Friday.
Hamilton is a small town many Texans know by heart. It’s an hour west of Waco, two south of Dallas, two east of Abilene, and two and a half north of San Antonio. You can only enter the town center from four points, each bearing six-foot tall signs, shaped like tombstones, that read: “Welcome to Hamilton Pop. 3,095 What a Hometown Should Be.”
I went there to attend the First Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Roping at the Circle T Ranch.
Even in death Kyle continues to save lives.
The majority of people who will directly benefit from the minimum wage hike are not actually living in poverty or supporting families, as President Barack Obama has asserted, according to a presentation prepared by the White House.