Union Bosses' Political Machine Even Bigger Than They Admit

Opinion | Stan Greer
Members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) march during a protest in support of a new contract for apartment building workers in New York City

Big Labor controls the largest political machine in America.

Union Organizer Tweets Support For Dead Carjacker Who Shot Two Cops

US | Rusty Weiss
SEIU workers (Getty Images)

Up until the cops showed up, the union rep wrote, ‘everyone was alive and unharmed’

Will The Obama NLRB Kill The Golden Arches' Golden Opportunities?

Opinion | Ken Sondik
Credit: (KENZO TRIBOUILLARD / AFP/Getty Images)

Don’t count on McDonald’s getting a fair shake.

Cuomo's Error Not The First In Targeting Fast Food Industry

Opinion | Ryan Williams
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to the media in Havana

The embarrassment was swift Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Illinois Workers Forced Into Mandatory Union-Led Training Sessions

US | Chuck Ross

Union lost big Supreme Court case earlier this year

SEIU's Fast Food Campaign Makes Up The Rules As It Goes

Opinion | Ryan Williams
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The union-backed campaign getting out in the streets today is no normal labor organization.

National Employee Freedom Week Highlights Union Members' Right To Opt Out

Opinion | Rick Berman

This July the NLRB handed the SEIU a major victory — but momentum is against big labor.

Report: Milwaukee Official Targets Group Opposed To Living Wage Law

Daily Caller News Foundation | Connor D. Wolf
SEIU Rally

‘They are doing this for political retribution’

Big Labor's Fast Food Unionization Strategy Unfolds

Opinion | Ryan Williams
Members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) march during a protest in support of a new contract for apartment building workers in New York City

The NLRB looks on as unions flout labor laws.

Supreme Court Affirms First Amendment In Harris --- Barely

Opinion | Matt Patterson
The exterior of the U.S. Supreme Court is seen in Washington

Kagan is right about one thing — freedom is radical. It was radical in 1776 and sadly it’s still ‘radical’ today.

Pro-Union Liberal Group Might Finally Let Its Own Workers Unionize

Politics | Tristyn Bloom
Columbus Rally for the Middle Class

Maybe not ridiculous hypocrites after all

Obama And The SEIU's Mandated Wage Hikes Will Stifle Economic Growth

Opinion | Hector Barreto
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Whether it’s $10.10 or $15, wage fixing will kill jobs.

Fast Food Protests Fall Flat

Opinion | Ryan Williams
Protesters calling for higher wages for fast-food workers stand outside a McDonald's restaurant in Oakland

The ‘Fight for 15’ campaign is a rehash of one that failed already.

Media Matters Employees Are Now Publicly Attacking Their Bosses

Politics | Christopher Bedford
David Brock. Getty Images.

Hypocrisy hits hard at home

Media Matters lawyers up in response to unionization petition

Daily Caller News Foundation | Chuck Ross

Unions for thee but not for me

Virginia Republican boss: Opposition to amnesty is based on fear of 'the Other'

Politics | Patrick Howley

Uncomfortable with ‘The Other’

Unions now accompany feds on safety inspections at non-union businesses

US | Patrick Howley
SEIU Obama Cleveland paid protester

Obama admin accused of violating law with rule clarification

Taxpayer funding for politics is a scandal for politicians, but not for labor

Opinion | Matthew J. Brouillette

Paycheck protection is the key to breaking the government-union power cycle

Today's fast-food strike reveals big labor's decline -- and desperation

Opinion | Casey Given
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Since nobody joins unions anymore, the labor left tries a new organizational strategy

Bill de Blasio's radical socialist ties

Opinion | Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria
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ACORN, SEIU, Sandinista sympathizers — it’s an alphabet soup of leftism.