‘They need to start showing a little more loyalty to the people who live and work in America’
Two of the largest trade agreements in history hang in the balance.
The Kentucky Dem portrays herself as a centrist while meeting with Tom Steyer and Valerie Jarrett.
‘It will help us create jobs’
A new recess-appointed NLRB counsel takes it to Walmart
‘Is there every protection I would have liked? No.’
‘We will work to correct those problems now that a bill is before the Senate Judiciary Committee’
Obama meets with progressive leaders in effort to gain support during fiscal cliff negotiations
‘These agents are working with some of the most anti-immigrant forces in the country’
‘Mitt Romney is for the very rich’
Largest American union federation will not be making large contributions or hosting any events
‘The right to have a voice on the job should be every much as strong and as institutionalized as the right to vote and everything else’
Trumka spokesman deflects question, blames Andrew Breitbart
‘I think Jim Hoffa’s speaking for the anger that millions of Americans have,’ says the AFL-CIO president
‘It is a legitimate question whether that commission has done anything worthwhile’
‘If he continues to do as some of his staff are urging… he doesn’t become a leader. He becomes a follower’
Critics bill it as more White House union favoritism
AFL-CIO boss says Democrats may be ‘controlling the wrecking ball’ that’s crippling unions, too
Public-sector unions, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Planned Parenthood.
Richard Trumka expresses disappointment with Obama and Democrats for not accomplishing more for unionized workers while retaining majorities