There Should Have Been An Autopsy

On March 30, 2016, in NLRB, by

Based on the Tuesday March 29, 2016 Supreme Court decision to move forward on the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, it is obvious that the Supreme Court bowed to pressure from the Administration and its big labor buddies to move up the vote/decision originally scheduled for the first week of June 2016, as chronicled in […]

Based on the Tuesday March 29, 2016 Supreme Court decision to move forward on the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, it is obvious that the Supreme Court bowed to pressure from the Administration and its big labor buddies to move up the vote/decision originally scheduled for the first week of June 2016, as chronicled in Big Labor’s Rollercoaster of Emotions (see Supreme Court Split Preserves Some Compulsory Public-Union Dues, SCOTUS Splits 4-4 in Challenge Over Teachers Dues in Win for Union and Split U.S. Supreme Court rejects conservative challenge to union fees). The reason is abundantly clear, …read more

 

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There Should Have Been An Autopsy

On March 30, 2016, in NLRB, by

Based on the Tuesday March 29, 2016 Supreme Court decision to move forward on the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, it is obvious that the Supreme Court bowed to pressure from the Administration and its big labor buddies to move up the vote/decision originally scheduled for the first week of June 2016, as chronicled in […]

Based on the Tuesday March 29, 2016 Supreme Court decision to move forward on the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, it is obvious that the Supreme Court bowed to pressure from the Administration and its big labor buddies to move up the vote/decision originally scheduled for the first week of June 2016, as chronicled in Big Labor’s Rollercoaster of Emotions (see Supreme Court Split Preserves Some Compulsory Public-Union Dues, SCOTUS Splits 4-4 in Challenge Over Teachers Dues in Win for Union and Split U.S. Supreme Court rejects conservative challenge to union fees). The reason is abundantly clear, …read more

 

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