Right to Work President Mark Mix Discusses Obama’s Controversial “Recess” Appointments on The Blaze TV
National Right to Work President Mark Mix appeared on The Blaze TV to discuss a recent DC Court of Appeals ruling that strikes down President Obama’s unconstitutional "recess" appointments to the NLRB. Check out the full video below:
National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys are challenging the Obama “recess appointments” in multiple cases on behalf of employees who have had their rights violated.
For more on the Obama Administration’s unconstitutional attempts to pack the NLRB, check out our recent press release on the issue.
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National Right to Work President Mark Mix recently appeared on Fox News to talk about Michigan’s move to become the 24th Right to Work state in the country.
National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix recently appeared on "The Willis Report" on the Fox News Channel to talk about the economic benefits of Right to Work laws, the costs of government-sector forced unionism, and the Foundation’s legal aid to workers in South Carolina whose jobs are in jeopardy due to the Obama Labor Board’s outrageous complaint against Boeing.
More Television Coverage: Boeing South Carolina employee says “We’re fighting back” to keep our jobs
National Right to Work President Mark Mix was interviewed on two Fox Business programs about the Right to Work Foundation’s efforts to help Charleston Boeing employees protect their jobs:
Meanwhile, a local Charleston news station interviewed Dennis Murray, one of the Boeing employees who, with the help of Foundation attorneys, is taking action against the NLRB and union lawyers’ attempt to put Murray and his co-workers out of a job:
South Carolina TV Stations Cover Foundation’s Efforts to Protect Boeing Employees from Obama NLRB Attack
On Tuesday, with the assistance of National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, a group of Boeing employees moved to intervene to stop the NLRB from shutting down Boeing’s Charleston Dreamliner plant. The Foundation’s announcement made headlines nationwide, including television coverage across South Carolina:
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National Right to Work President Mark Mix was interviewed on Baltimore’s C4 Show about his recent Congressional testimony on the dangers of public sector monopoly bargaining. Use the embedded player below to listen to the whole thing:
Last week, Right to Work President Mark Mix sat down with Judge Andrew Napolitano of Fox News to discuss the protests in Wisconsin and the problems of union monopoly bargaining in the public sector. Check out the video below:
Right to Work President Mark Mix sat down with Fox Business host Stuart Varney to discuss Ohio, Wisconsin, and the current debate over public sector unions. You can watch the full interview below:
Right to Work President Mark Mix recently appeared on Fox News and Fox Business to explain how Big Labor is influencing the 2010 election cycle. Here’s Mix on Fox Business discussing the hundreds of millions of dollars, largely funded through forced dues, that union bosses are spending on state and federal races:
And here’s Mix on the Fox News Channel with Neil Cavuto, explaining how rank-and-file union members unwittingly fund Big Labor’s political activism.
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Foundation President Mark Mix appeared on Fox Business’s "Varney and Company" to discuss the SEIU’s shady political fundraising practices:
For more on this issue, check out Mix’s recent op-ed in The Washington Examiner:
Imagine the outcry if McDonalds executives demanded that franchise owners collect “voluntary” contributions totaling $25,000 for the company’s Political Action Committee (PAC) from employees at every restaurant.
What if the fast food titan’s headquarters followed up with a threat – pay us, or face a $37,500 fine? Do you think this heavy-handed scheme would raise a few eyebrows at the Federal Election Commission (FEC)?
Replace “McDonalds” with “SEIU” in that description and you’ve got a pretty good idea of Big Labor’s latest political fundraising strategy. To meet their ambitious fundraising targets, Service Employees International Union bosses are now threatening to fine any local affiliate that doesn’t meet its PAC contribution requirements.
The only problem with this racket is that FEC guidelines explicitly prohibit organizations from collecting PAC funds by threatening members with financial reprisals . . .