Big Labor's Special Privileges
Posted on June 25

National Right to Work Committee President Mark Mix and Glenn Beck discuss special privileges that unions have and others don't.

Top Ten
1. Exemption from prosecution for union violence.

2. Exemption from anti-monopoly laws.

3. Power to force employees to accept unwanted union representation.

4. Power to collect forced union dues.

5. Unlimited, undisclosed electioneering.

6. Ability to strong-arm employers into negotiations.

7. Right to trespass on an employer’s private property.

8. Ability of strikers to keep jobs despite refusing to work.

9. Union-only cartels on construction projects.

10. Government funding of forced unionism.

What is the National Right to Work Committee?
The National Right to Work Committee, established in 1955, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’ organization dedicated to the principle that all Americans must have the right to join a union if they choose to, but none should ever be forced to affiliate with a union in order to get or keep a job.

National Right to Work

The trouble is the average workers is put in the middle between the unions and the companies. If unions are run right and actually work for the workers its great. Sadly today there are too many unions that are not run right, full of corruption and are only in it for the money and power they crave not the members. This has always been an old battle between unions and companies but now it seems both are in it for themselves.