Category Archives: Unions

Government Debt Bubble Is Based On Credit Theft

In many localities the residents know that teachers, firemen and policemen collect pensions. But until recent years they often did not know how much money was involved in these pensions. What is worse is that they do not know that … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Court Rulings Uncover Historic Government Securities Fraud

By Michael Bargo Jr. / May 14, 2015 / American Thinker Since 2009 Barack Obama and his Party have created eight trillion dollars of public debt.  What most Americans and investors are not aware of is that another eight trillion … Continue reading

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Police Unions Behaving Badly

By Lucy Morrow / January 8, 2015 / Union Watch Itching to get rid of your crummy boss? Consider employing a private eye to tail him, tag his car with a GPS tracking device, and then attempt to nail him … Continue reading

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Farmworkers and the New Civil Rights Struggle – Decertification of Bad Unions

By Matt Patterson / December 26, 2014 / Union Watch Summary: It’s a basic civil right: the ability of union members to get rid of a union if it no longer serves its members effectively. Today, that right is being … Continue reading

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California’s New, Big, Nonpartisan Political Tent

By Ed Ring / December 2, 2014 / Union Watch “In politics, a big tent or catch-all party is a political party seeking to attract people with diverse viewpoints and thus appeal to more of the electorate. The big tent … Continue reading

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Union-dues case moves closer to Supreme Court

By Gloria Romero / November 25, 2014 / Union Watch Sometimes you win by losing. That’s precisely what occurred last week, when the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted the motion by Rebecca Friedrichs’ attorneys to decide her case … Continue reading

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The Amazing, Obscure, Complicated and Gigantic Pension Loophole

By Ed Ring / November 18, 2014 / Union Watch “The bottom line is that claiming the unfunded liability cost as part of an officer’s compensation is grossly and deliberately misleading.” – LAPPL Board of Directors on 08/07/2014, in their … Continue reading

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Parent Trigger Law Empowers Parents to Stand Up to Teachers Union

By Gloria Romero / October 22, 2014 / Union Watch The names Doreen Diaz and Bartola Del Villar appear nowhere in the text of the Parent Empowerment Act, also known as the Parent Trigger, that I wrote in 2010. The … Continue reading

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California’s $12.3 Billion in Proposed School Bonds: Borrowing vs. Reform

By Ed Ring / October 28, 2014 / Union Watch “As the result of California Courts refusing to uphold the language of the High Speed Rail bonds, the opponents of any bond proposal, at either the state or local level, … Continue reading

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Taxpayers, School Choice and the Unions

By Larry Sand / October 7, 2014 / Union Watch A new study reveals that vouchers save Americans a bucket load of cash. A blockbuster report released last week shows that the American taxpayer is much better off living in … Continue reading

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