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    Default Michigan becomes 24th Right to Work state!

    Here's where the union minions scream "right to work for less" while the unemployed in Michigan start heading back to work after being unemployed.

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    Competition has never been the union workers friend. They see work, all work, within their jurisdiction like the mafia saw their territories, and the tactics are not any different. They were born of socialism, with the enforcment of gangsters.


    If this group of kool aid drinkers wasn't so dangerous to the fabric of the country and freedom as a whole, the whole thing would be funny. But its not funny. This is the largest, best funded sociolist org, in the country, and its 100% orgnaized by crooks not different than Capone. Except the government allows to function with impunity due to the insane amount of "contributions" Gangsters did the same exact thing with the garbage hauling, cabs, fishing and marketing in cities like N.Y.C.







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    I wish that the whole country would adopt this law. I don't need a union to tell me what to pay an employee. If its to low than the worker does not have to work for me. But I don't have to pay those stupid union dues and crazy benefits. Unions were needed back in the 40's but not now
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    Like I've said before, I believe that union control should be taken on at SCOTUS. I believe that the 1st amendment allows for freedom of association, or lack there of. In order to work for a company, I believe that it should be unconstitutional to be required to join any group as a precondition of employment.
    I wonder what the ACLU would do if a company that had a contract with the church required you to join the church as a precondition to work for them. It's no different. You're forced to join a union as a precondition for employment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie View Post
    Like I've said before, I believe that union control should be taken on at SCOTUS. I believe that the 1st amendment allows for freedom of association, or lack there of. In order to work for a company, I believe that it should be unconstitutional to be required to join any group as a precondition of employment.
    I wonder what the ACLU would do if a company that had a contract with the church required you to join the church as a precondition to work for them. It's no different. You're forced to join a union as a precondition for employment.
    Lets be 100% truthful here for a moment Wolkie.
    Unions were born out of socialism/communism, which has it roots in humanism. You need to do a truthful study of Karl Marx, and the socialist Karl Marx sack suckers KNOW this. But that is the root of Marxism.
    Humanism is by definition a religion. Ask the federal government. WTF do you think Scientology is. And the Federal government was pretty much forced to recognize it as a religion.

    So, aren't you really being forced to join a religion based on Humanism when you are forced to join a union.
    Aren't you being forced to Tythe. Aren't 99% of the union dues in this country tied to you hours worked. There are different pay scale in many unions for different job descriptions. Different dues PER HR as well.

    Aren't there "level" within the union from rank and file to the Big Cheese and Top Dog.
    Parishioners, alter boys, deacons, fathers, bishops, cardinals, and yep, a POPE.

    Marxism/communism/socialism/facism, are all religions. Its why they either ban them, or look down their noses at them and discredit them. They do not need the competition for your loyalty.

    By definition, they should be illegal as mobs, gangs, illegal labor practices including but not limited to discrimination which does not have to be race, or sex, intimidation, extortion, conspiracy, bribery, money laundering, .......need is go on?

    Lots and lots of political contributions coming from these illegal groups. Not too many politicans willing to piss that away. SPECIALLY JUDGES.



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    I like the fact racketeering was made a word only because of the Teamsters union in the early 1900s. That is pretty special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    I like the fact racketeering was made a word only because of the Teamsters union in the early 1900s. That is pretty special.
    That is too priceless. i had no idea. You learn something new every day. What a legacy to built you union around. They must be so proud. You cannot imagine how much I am going to enjoy using that. THANK YOU!



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    UAW cocksuckers here are pouting pretty hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    That is too priceless. i had no idea. You learn something new every day. What a legacy to built you union around. They must be so proud. You cannot imagine how much I am going to enjoy using that. THANK YOU!
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    Racketeering is often associated with organized crime, and the term was coined by the Employers' Association of Chicago in June 1927 in a statement about the influence of organized crime in the Teamsters union.[2]

    Racket (crime) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    David Witwer, "'The Most Racketeer-Ridden Union in America': The Problem of Corruption in the Teamsters Union During the 1930s", in Corrupt Histories, Emmanuel Kreike and William Chester Jordan, eds., University of Rochester Press, 2004. ISBN 1-58046-173-5

    I could have sworn the last time I was there it said the word was created to describe what they were doing... Hmmm... Some more source:

    . In 1927, Gordon Hostetter, an antiunion activist, promoted the term to describe unions and associations in trades like construction, laundry, and kosher foods,
    which governed prices and wages through strikes, boycotts, and violence. He sought not to expose gang influence in the labor movement but rather to direct public concern about bootleggers like Al Capone against
    organizations he saw as extortionate. Union officials fought this definition, eventually convincing the public
    that they were victims of blackmail, not its perpetrators. But Hostetter’s language significantly shaped the
    legal status of collective action before and after the New Deal.

    http://www.sagepub.com/lippmanccl2e/...cles/Cohen.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
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    Racketeering is often associated with organized crime, and the term was coined by the Employers' Association of Chicago in June 1927 in a statement about the influence of organized crime in the Teamsters union.[2]

    Racket (crime) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    2 ^
    David Witwer, "'The Most Racketeer-Ridden Union in America': The Problem of Corruption in the Teamsters Union During the 1930s", in Corrupt Histories, Emmanuel Kreike and William Chester Jordan, eds., University of Rochester Press, 2004. ISBN 1-58046-173-5

    I could have sworn the last time I was there it said the word was created to describe what they were doing... Hmmm...

    Its sad how unions in this coutnry have gone from being sources of well trained craftsmen and skill professionals to weak ass whiners, and complainers. I bet there was a time when the Teamsters first formed that they were an excellent source of well trained team drivers that handed down and passed along the skills to drive a team of 8,10,12 horses. hauling goods from point A to B before trains and to places the tracks didn't go. I imagine just driving a team of 4 tied to a stage took some skill. The Teamsters union was probably a good source to find drivers to haul your goods.

    Like I said in my first post, the gangsters moved in and thru political contributions and graft, turned organized crime into a government blessed extortion rackeet. Its huge organized crime at it finest and its hundreds of billions strong. It makes the crime and fraud on wall street and finacials look weak!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    I like the fact racketeering was made a word only because of the Teamsters union in the early 1900s. That is pretty special.
    In the early 90's, 23 ILA Local presidents were indicted on racketeering charges. That goes hand in hand with what GN7 was saying.

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    Wonder when the board's socialistic Karl Marx worshippers will chime in on this. The way I see it, the 1st amendment was simply enforced, under "freedom of religion". You can either chose to worship Karl Marx, or not to.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Wonder when the board's socialistic Karl Marx worshippers will chime in on this?
    He's working overtime because things have picked up in So Cal.
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