The Big Business of Big Labor

I was an active union member and leader for 7 years. In 1979, after fighting union brass for years ... whether to escalate grievances seemed to be an issue of finances instead of worker's rights ... I took a management position and never regretted it. In my years of taking workers' grievances to union officials it often seemed that I was enlisting the help of one large uncaring organization to fight the injustice of another uncaring one. In the end I felt that the company cared more. Michelle Malkin has more on this in her oped piece titled Blowing the whistle on Big Labor.

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