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(National Institute for Labor Relations Research Fact Sheet) Recent State Election Returns Indicate Support For Right to Work Is an Increasingly Valuable Political Asset By Stan Greer On June 5, 2012, Badger State Republican Scott Walker became the first governor in U.S. history to survive a “recall” election.  He defeated his union-label Democratic…(Read More)

  Union Organizers, Not Actual Employees, Turn Out for Walmart Black Friday Protests My Freedom Foundation Online, December 3, 2014 Many of the same individuals appear repeatedly in the photos. All told, it appears that about 17 different individuals participated in at least one of the eight “actions” at local Walmarts. Wisconsin Senate to quickly…(Read More)

NILRR Clips November 7, 2014


Hey, unions: Don’t freak out about Scott Walker’s big victory The Week, November 6, 2014 Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) pulled off a stunner of a solid victory on Tuesday. And after his very public fights with Wisconsin’s public sector unions, the governor’s re-election is being billed as a major…(Read More)

NILRR Clips October 10, 2014


  Roy Exum: The UAW’s New Scab List The Chattanoogan Online, October 10, 2014 There is a special page that is popping up on union websites in right-to-work states such as Tennessee that is called “The Scab List,” according to an article in Washington. Glenn Taubmann, a lawyer at the National Right…(Read More)

While the Wisconsin state Republican convention voted to oppose Common Core standards in the Badger State, they also voted in favor of school choice and promoting a Right to Work Law.  Marge Pitroff has the story in WUWM, Wisconsin’s public radio station. At the weekend gathering in downtown Milwaukee, the incumbent [Governor Scott Walker…(Read More)

  Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty Flouts IRS List Demand New American, April 18, 2015 “There is no legitimate reason for the IRS to know who donates to Campaign for Liberty,” the organization’s Communications Director Megan Stiles told the Washington Examiner in an e-mail April 15. “We believe the First Amendment is…(Read More)

  Hofstra Univ. professor calls for “aggressive, illegal actions” in response to Harris vs. Quinn, February 23, 2014 CHICAGO – Yesterday, Dr. Alan Singer, a Professor of Secondary Education at Hofstra University, called for “aggressive, illegal actions” as “the only way” to save America’s labor movement. His statement was read as a not…(Read More)

AFL-CIO Targeting 5 Governors


The AFL-CIO will target 5 governors who have supported efforts to free workers.  Yolanda Weinberger has the story in Five Republican governors who have supported legislation unpopular with labor unions are on a ‘Big Labor political hit list’. Recently in Houston, AFL-CIO leaders announced that they intend to spend a staggering…(Read More)