18 sep 2017
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6 sep 2017

(English) Mark Mix on “The Injustice Of Forced Union Dues”

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3 sep 2017
2 sep 2017

Mark Mix in Washington Times: How union thugs get a free pass

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Yesterday in the Washington Times National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix discussed one of Big Labor’s special legal privileges, the exemption from federal prosecution for acts of violence:

The recent acquittal of four Boston Teamsters charged with attempting to extort the producers of the popular “Top Chef” television show is the latest illustration of a loophole in federal law that permits organized labor to engage in acts of extortion that would be illegal if anyone else tried it.

Since a 1973 Supreme Court decision exempted union extortion and racketeering actions from the Hobbs Act, so long as the object being extorted constituted a legitimate union objective, union thugs have been getting a free pass on violence and threats such as what occurred in June 2014.

Read the rest of the column here.

1 sep 2017
22 ago 2017
11 ago 2017

(English) Case to End Public Sector Forced Dues Heads to U.S. Supreme Court

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7 ago 2017

(English) Blog Post: Big Labor-Backed Senator Pushing Double Standard on NLRB Recusals

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31 jul 2017