Labor Pains: Because Being in a Union can be Painful

Tag Archive: secret ballot (page 2)

  • While Others See Faults with Employee Free Choice Act, Jeff Merkley Blindly Supports It

    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 by Oregonians for Employee Freedom

    Even as newspapers and columnists around the country like the Sun Sentinel in Florida, the Washington Post in Washington D.C. and our own Oregonian deride the act, Jeff Merkley supports it. Even as bloggers, the new media for politics in the United States, point out the major flaws and hypocrisy with this grossly mis-named act, […]

  • Carol Shea-Porter hates questions & constituents who have them.

    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 by Granite Staters for Employee Freedom

    [youtube][/youtube] Watch this video and you will see that Carol Shea-Porter simply does not like answering questions and would prefer to avoid any contact with constituents– weird, I know, seeing as she is a public official. Instead of taking the time to explain her opinion on issues she patronizes constituents to the point of disbelief. […]

  • New Hampshire’s Jeanne Shaheen Dodges the Question Once Again

    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 by Granite Staters for Employee Freedom

    Jeanne Shaheen continues to refuse to answer a very simple question: do workers have the right to a secret ballot when a labor organizer tries to unionize their shop?  It’s no surprise that she’s unable to give a straight answer as her position is, to most Americans, completely untenable. [youtube][/youtube]