I do understand that Unions were preeminent in setting up better modern labor conditions from employer exploitation to make a buck on the backs of unfair wages and oft times dangerous working conditions. With that historical understanding I also understand that recent history and the present demonstrates that Unions have gone more from bastions of labor protection to near mob-like yet legalized protections racket that gouges American companies for more money than is perhaps deserved and to terrorizing Union members and non-Union laborers into following the protection racket dictates with an or-else attitude that has resulted in thuggery toward laborers.
Here is a Right-to-Work message you should be interested in.
REVOKE BIG LABOR’S LICENSE TO KILL
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Sent by Mark Mix
Sent: 3/1/2012 5:20 PM
The violence shown in this video is 100% factual and may be disturbing for some. Viewer discretion is advised.
Dear Concerned American,
I was shaken.
When I tasked my staff with creating this video, I knew it would be compelling, but actually seeing it was a moving experience.
You see, Big Labor often resorts to despicable acts of violence and intimidation to force their way into the workplace, but it’s never been documented like this before, trust me.
And now that it’s released, Big Labor is scrambling to shut down our video exposing the ugly side of union organizing.
Click here to see our breaking video.
VIDEO: Union Violence Exposed
After you watch it, please take a moment and sign our petition to help revoke Big Labor’s license to kill.
Watch it now before Big Labor shuts it down.
President, National Right to Work Committee
A Citizen’s Petition to:
My U.S. Senators and Representative
Whereas: Every year militant union bosses deploy their thugs to target innocent men and women with threats, brass knuckles, knives and beatings in an attempt to send a simple message — do what we want, or pay the price; and
Whereas: Because of the 1973 Enmons decision, union officials are exempt from federal prosecution — as long as the campaign of violence they incite is in the name of “legitimate union objectives”; and
Whereas: Union violence is a crippling blow not only for innocent American workers targeted by union militants — but for every American citizen; and
Whereas: Passage of the Freedom from Union Violence Act would close the loophole in federal law and finally allow authorities to prosecute union officials for inciting violence;
Therefore: I urge you to help hold union officials accountable for union violence by cosponsoring and seeking roll-call votes on the Freedom from Union Violence Act.
By submitting the information below, you authorize the National Right to Work Committee to deliver your petition to the Capitol Hill offices of your Congressman and Senators.
CLICK HERE and scroll to the end to fill out the petition and send it from the petition page.