Judge Slaps Obama DOL with $500K Bill for Waging Vendetta

On September 4, 2015, in Public Policy, by Jacob Hitt

In Gate Guard Services, L.P., the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) attempted to ruin a small business that dared to stand and fight. Against Gate Guard Services, L.P., the DOL violated its own investigatory standards to pursue a personal vendetta against the small employer refusing to accept an attempted extorted settlement. Rather than dropping its […]

The Obama NLRB, National Security & Family Haircuts

On July 20, 2015, in CNLP Cases, NLRB, Public Policy, Recent CNLP cases, by Jacob Hitt

The RoySpa Case Against Abusive Law Suits on Small Businesses “…this is two little people up against a national union—a huge union—the Teamsters in fact, and the federal government coming after you, telling you that they have rights over everything you own. (Over) cutting a woman’s hair!” –Joyce Cayli, RoySpa owner Introduction to RoySpa LLC case […]

CNLP at NLRB open meeting on election procedures

On March 23, 2014, in Public Policy, by Staff

 Testimony before NLRB Regarding New Rules

Senator Helms & CNLP Fight Union Corruption

On March 23, 2014, in Public Policy, by Staff

Senator Jesse Helms has joined with Center on National Labor Policy (CNLP) in filing a federal lawsuit to stop the AFL-CIO and other Big Labor Unions from illegally buying this year’s Congressional elections. Attorneys at the Center on National Labor Policy have been investigating union political spending and campaign activities. They have found undeniable proof that 50 sitting Congressmen and […]

Are Salts Legitimate? CNLP Testifies at Congressional Hearing

On March 23, 2014, in Public Policy, Salting, by Staff

The Center was requested to testify before the Subcommittee on Workforce, Empowerment & Government Programs of the Committee on Small Business regarding the egregious union practice of fomenting employment unrest through clandestine salting programs. The programs allow unions to place members in nonunion companies to foment unrest and their discharge, allowing the National Labor Relations […]