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:
Foundation President on Lars Larson’s National Radio Show: Obamacare Threatens to Expand Forced Unionism
Looking for a comprehensive breakdown of Obamacare’s forced unionism provisions? Check out Foundation President Mark Mix’s interview on the nationally-syndicated Lars Larson Show. Click here to listen or use the embeddable player below:
Right to Work President Mark Mix sits down with nationally-syndicated radio host Jason Lewis to discuss health care reform’s forced unionism provisions, the AFL-CIO’s new top boss, and the status of Big Labor’s coercive card check bill. Click here to listen or use the embeddable player below:
Right to Work President Mark Mix on PJTV: Part I of guided tour to the lavish headquarters of Washington, D.C.’s biggest unions
Right to Work President Mark Mix is interviewed by Jennifer Rubin of PJTV on the lavish spending habits of Big Labor’s high-rollers. Here’s the video (courtesy of Pajamas Media):
In part two of his interview with Jason Lewis, Foundation President Mark Mix discusses card check, binding arbitration, and Big Labor’s political machinery. Click here to listen or use the embedded player below:
Foundation President Mark Mix sits down with radio host Jason Lewis to discuss monopoly bargaining, forced unionism and Big Labor’s massive political clout. Click here to download the episode or use the embedded player below:
Big Labor’s leverage over American businesses and their employees is reaching new levels.
The powerful Service Employees International Union is flexing its political muscles, demanding the Obama Administration remove the CEO of Bank of America as part of a campaign to impose unionization on its unsuspecting bank tellers. Check out the full video report from CNN’s Lou Dobbs, which includes a segment with National Right to Work President Mark Mix:
Yesterday, Fox News followed up on its earlier story about a real-life case demonstrating how dangerous Card Check Instant Organizing drives are – and a clear example of the kind of intimidation and harassment that will occur at substantially more American workplaces if the Card Check Forced Unionism Bill passes.
In the new video report, seen below, Dana Corp. employees in Albion, Indiana, tell Fox News how United Auto Workers union organizers created an ugly and coercive environment. Many workers signed cards just to stop the constant pressure of union organizers harassing them at work, in the parking lot, and even at home.
Fortunately, an important precedent established by staff attorneys at the National Right to Work Foundation allowed these very employees to obtain, and ultimately win, a decertification secret ballot election.
But millions of American workers won’t be so lucky if the Card Check Forced Unionism Bill becomes law since passage of the bill would wipe out the ability of employees to challenge a card check and force a secret ballot.
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Fox News just released a video report on card check from Albion, Indiana, where workers suffered through a vicious UAW organizing campaign:
Many of these employees exercised rights established by legal rulings won by National Right to Work Foundation attorneys. Here’s the Foundation’s original video report:
Foundation President Mark Mix spoke on the dangers of card check legislation at the 2009 CPAC Conference in Washington, DC. Here’s the video:
For previous Foundation card check coverage, click here.