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Thursday
Mar052015

Townhall - Don't Let Unions Get Your Phone Number & Email Address 

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Protect Your Privacy!

Starting April 14, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will require businesses to surrender lists of employees’ phone numbers and personal email addresses to union organizers. Giving away employees’ personal contact information violates basic privacy rights and will inevitably lead to workers being targeted for harassment at the hands of union bosses.

Congress is getting ready to vote on a Congressional Review Act resolution that will tell the NLRB to stop using government power to benefit union bosses.

Tell Washington that you want to protect your privacy by sending a virtual “Do Not Disturb” letter. Click here and send a letter to Congress. Your support is critical to protect workers’ privacy rights.

Unlike the government's proposal, this letter is voluntary!

Send a Letter to Congress

 

Monday
Nov172014

ALG's Daily Grind - GOP to push for short-term continuing resolution if Obama amnesty goes forward 

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Nov. 14, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

GOP to push for short-term continuing resolution if Obama amnesty goes forward
Without the power of the purse in hand, Republicans would have no way to fight against Obama's usurpation, granting amnesty to 4.5 million illegal immigrants. 

Time is up for wind production tax credits
A reasonable statement of belief that wind energy just needs a little help to get off the ground and become financially viable. And it was reasonable, in 1983, when it was made. 

Businesses are bracing for rush of pro-labor rulings
The National Labor Relations Board is expected to release a flurry of pro-labor decisions by mid-December, when Democrats could lose their majority on the federal agency.

Thursday
Oct092014

ALG - NLRB utilizes more union representation than any other agency  

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Oct. 7, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement calling attention to Office of Personnel Management data that shows the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) utilized more union representation than any other agency:

 

"Federal government labor union employees at the NLRB apparently need the most protection by taxpayer funded union stewards of any other Agency.  As the Office of Personnel Management revealed late last week, in 2012, the National Labor Relations Board's employees utilized more union representation than any other Agency and it wasn't even close.

 

"It is truly sad that the Board which purports to protect employee rights, has such little regard for their own staff that employees need to have four times as many hours spent on union representatives than the average federal agency.  A cynic might believe that perhaps these are old-fashioned featherbed jobs, where little work is actually required. 

 

"As a result, Americans for Limited Government intends to issue a formal complaint to the Office of the Inspector General to determine whether there is an abusive labor situation at the NLRB, or are these brother-in-law jobs where no work is required?

 

"One other question that anyone concerned with good government should ask is, "why is this report just being issued now, almost two years after the 2012 fiscal year ended?  OPM's failure to issue these reports that go to the heart of how this Administration is allocating its personnel spending is egregious in this age of computerized data tracking."

 

To view online: http://getliberty.org/nlrb-utilizes-more-union-representation-than-any-other-agency/

 

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Americans for Limited Government is a non-partisan, nationwide network committed to advancing free market reforms, private property rights and core American liberties. For more information on ALG please visit our website at www.GetLiberty.org.

Wednesday
Oct082014

ALG's Daily Grind - Has the Boomer retirement wave finally hit? 

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Oct. 7, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Has the Boomer retirement wave finally hit?
Everybody knows that when the Boomers retire, federal Social Security and Medicare budgets are set to explode. Have we finally reached that tipping point?

Cartoon: Mission demolished
Obama pulls the pin.

Is the NLRB the most anti-labor Agency under Obama?
The National Labor Relations Board, an agency whose reason for being is to ensure that the nation's labor laws are properly enforced, had four times as many hours spent on union representatives than the average federal agency.

Tuesday
Sep022014

ALG's Daily Grind - Labor Day: Congress must take action to protect workers, not Big Labor 

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Sept. 1, 2014

Labor Day: Congress must take action to protect workers, not Big Labor
Congress must take action to protect American workers, not Big Labor. 

NLRB goes rogue against small business       
It is the National Labor Relations Board which has taken the most outlandish actions in their attempt to tip the balance toward primary Democratic Party funders in Big Labor.