Right to Work President Mark Mix appeared on The Frank Beckmann Show in Detroit yesterday to discuss the Foundation’s legal program and why Michigan would benefit from a Right to Work law. Click here to listen or use the embedded player below:
Yesterday, National Right to Work President Mark Mix appeared on the Glenn Beck Show to explain the looming fiscal threat of government sector unions’ under-funded pension plans:
Right to Work President Mark Mix explains Craig Becker’s radically pro-compulsory unionism agenda on Fox Business:
For more background on Becker, check out our previous post on his appointment, including video footage of another Right to Work appearance on Fox.
At the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference, Right to Work President Mark Mix explained the dangers of Big Labor’s power grabs to a panel on job creation:
The panel also featured Representative Eric Cantor and Virginia Attorney General Ken Cucinelli.
Following his CPAC panel discussion, Right to Work President Mark Mix was interviewed by Jerry Doyle on Big Labor’s political influence and the Right to Work movement. Click here to listen or use the embedded player below:
Right to Work on Fox Business: Why Rank-and-File Union Members Don’t Vote the Way Union Bosses Tell Them To
In the wake of the Massachusetts Senate election, National Right to Work President Mark Mix explained why rank-and-file union voters aren’t willing to go along with union bosses’ hand-picked candidates:
Right to Work President Mark Mix discusses Big Labor hand-outs embedded in pending health care legislation:
Right to Work President Mark Mix recently appeared on The Glenn Beck Show to discuss Big Labor’s plans for "job creation":
National Right to Work President Mark Mix recently appeared on Fox Business to discuss the ongoing Philadelphia transit strike:
Right to Work President Mark Mix appeared on Fox Business yesterday to explain Big Labor’s supposed opposition to the Baucus health care plan. The reality is union bosses are quietly licking their chops, because every pending proposal would hand them billions of taxpayer dollars and grease the skids for the forced unionization of the health care field: