Fairfax County Public Schools Spend More than $5.8 Million on Big Labor Grants

On October 20, 2015, in Public Policy, by Staff

Fairfax County Public Schools Spend More than $5.8 Million on Big Labor Grants According to the approved 2016 Fairfax County Public Schools Budget, School Board Members approved spending $5.8 million for substitute teachers and the corresponding full-time teachers who were taking paid leave to work for labor unions. Exposed:  SEIU and NEA union bosses are among […]

CNLP Exposes of Fairfax County Board’s Kickbacks to SEIU

On October 1, 2015, in CNLP Cases, Public Policy, by Katelyn Nuckoles

SEIU and nine other unions are being paid by Fairfax County taxpayers to lobby and for political action (Full report to be published next week) For Virginians, unions and employee organizations have relatively little hold on public officials and their funding…or so one would think. Virginia stands as one of only three states that forbid […]

DailyCaller Breaks CNLP’s FOIA of Taxpayer-Funded Union Lobbyists

On September 30, 2015, in CNLP Cases, Public Policy, by Staff

Today, the DailyCaller broke an investigation that the Center on National Labor Policy (CNLP) and the National Right To Work Committee (NRTWC) have been jointly looking into Virginia taxpayers subsidizing labor salaries, lobby expenses, and other “union functions.” (See excerpts from story below) CNLP’s Acting President Mike Avakian filed the Fairfax County FOIAs that confirmed this scheme transferring […]

DOL Pierced the Corporate Veil to Enforce Withdrawal Liability

On September 8, 2015, in Public Policy, by Jacob Hitt

Multiemployer Pension and Welfare plans exploit ERISA legislation to eviscerate the livelihoods of small business entrepreneurs.[1]   Through the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), the Department of Labor pierced the corporate veil, holding Charles F. Nagy personally liable for withdrawal liability because he ceased employing Teamsters labor. This complex regulation, faced by […]

U.A.W. Sued Union Members who Supported Reagan

On September 7, 2015, in Public Policy, by Jacob Hitt

“It is my belief that my [union] dues/fees have been, are now, and will in the future be used for… political, ideological, social, economic, and/or philosophic purposes or activities of all kinds or natures. I specifically protest and object to the use of my dues/fees for all such noncollective bargaining activities (Barrett S. , 1985).” […]