Take Action Now To Halt The Assault From The NLRB!

UPDATE: See our article at Townhall.com explaining why your action TODAY is so important:

Many of us spent this weekend with families and focused on the thanks in our hearts for our blessings, but once again Obama’s job-killing National Labor Relations Board is giving us plenty to remain un-thankful about.

For those not entirely familiar with all of the Board’s recent havoc, you are no doubt aware of the NLRB’s most high profile job attack of going after a brand new Boeing manufacturing plant that dared to open up and hire employees in a “right to work” state where employees can work without being forced to pay for union representation.

While the Boeing case is definitely a telling example of the Big Labor agenda being driven by the agency, there are other structural attacks by the NLRB that seek to change the way the game is played by shortening the time period and process of unionization at a company. A shortened time period effectively filibusters management from ever getting to respond to concerns or issues raised by employees before a vote to unionize is held. A hearing is scheduled by the NLRB for this Wednesday to presumably enact these measures into law.

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  1. Stephen Payne
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:00 am | Permalink

    This is no way to stimulate the economy.

  2. George Haufler
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:27 am | Permalink

    Stop these un-American NLRB actions. Let free speech reign, and people have a fair chance and reasonable amount of time to hear all sides before making a decision as to whether to join a union.

  3. Harriette Carney
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:29 am | Permalink

    Please stop this madness and let workers be free.We have another airline going under due to high union wages. If you have 3 sides in an agreement, less goes to all….2 in an agreement, more to all!! Unions take to feed themselves and elect their “people” who help them get more $$$$$$$$ to continue this cycle. Lets be FREE!!!!!!!!!

  4. Richard VerMeulen
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:42 am | Permalink

    Small independent businesses’ create over 60% of new jobs, keep big government from killing the incentive of small business or we will all be unemployed.

  5. William Hough
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:43 am | Permalink

    It’s disgraceful how the politicized NLRB is getting in the way of a job-producing company like Boeing at a time when they are facing stiff competition from Airbus of Europe.

  6. Richard Kevin Kremer
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    Halt the assault of the NLRB.

  7. W.R.Smith
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:47 am | Permalink

    The union organizers have no business in government. The jerk that put them in there should be impeached. It is too bad that the federal government is going the way that it is.. If we do not get rid of the white hopuse resident this coming election, than this country will really go to the dogs. I am sorry but that is what is going to happen. PLEASE PEOPLE, HELP SAVE OUR COUNTRY, GET RID OF ALL THESE JERKS.

  8. David Roberson
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 10:51 am | Permalink

    The current NLRB is an extension of Obama’s socialist agenda.

  9. barbara Newton
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:00 am | Permalink

    NLRB is out of control. In this economy we need jobs not unions

  10. Vern Ackler
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:20 am | Permalink

    Here’s an idea, Lets appoint the president of the SEIU as the head of the NLRB !
    No conflict there, Mr. Obama, none whatsoever……..

  11. jeff scarborough
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    This unamerican nonsense has to stop ! This has been a wake up call for myself & my friends . We will be heard !

  12. Arie Van Wyk
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:39 am | Permalink

    They need to ;be stoped now!!!!

  13. Kenneth Prater
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:53 am | Permalink

    The NLRB is going way beyond its historical intent and vilifying the process as it was intended. This NLRB must review its purpose and stop its current actions regarding speeding up the process of unionization and its actions regarding Boeing.

  14. John
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 12:22 pm | Permalink

    Just remember that removing outdated and onerous regulation will not create jobs. Only by increasing taxes and regulations can we grow the private sector.

    Oh and 1+1=POTATO.

  15. steve
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 12:34 pm | Permalink

    fuck the unions

  16. Robert Patalon
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 1:16 pm | Permalink

    Continued increases in regulations favoring UNION labor will never stimulate the economy.
    This is especially true in the construction industry.

  17. GordonSpears
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 1:38 pm | Permalink

    When will the people of America wake up to the fact that”government” will do what ever is needed to stay in power. We need to go to work and support and work for a congress that will support the business owners that really create jobs and understand that “Profit” is not a bad word. The present administration,Senate and all the liberals in the house needs to be defeated in 2012 and in the mean time we need to fight the NLRB any way we can, law suits etc. Bring America back to the working Americans.

  18. Posted November 29, 2011 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    If the NLRB was any good whatsoever in its entire exsistence, then thet should answer this one begining question.

    Why is it the NLRB allowed “La Cosa Nostra” [Mafia] to invade, “Dominate & Control” the many Union[s] in this Nation for Fifty years without the effort to eradicate the “Mob” so as to rule in cases of “Unfair Labor Practices” in favor of the union and against the “Rank & File Member”? “Judicial Notice” of the Federal Courts 2nd Circuit says so as to the La Cosa Nostra invasion of the many union[s] prosecuted by the USDOJ.

    Is [T]hat “unfair” in light of the Union’s Mob Influence of Intimidation,
    Beating[s], Murder and absolutly “Chilling” the entire Statue of the NLRA?

    Is one to speculate of MOB infiltration, and if so, how does one Plea his/her case in the public domain of the NLRB or the Federal Courts in “Duty Of Fair Repreentation” Section 301 cases? And why wouldn’t the NLRB prosecute when as an agency of the government they either knew or had a duty too know of the governments own records [the Courts] in this regard, while their rulings against any rank and file member in any Mobbed-Up Union should be reversed in favor of the charging party.
    All cases of the Courts should be reviewed as well due to these many but very severe [c]onflict[s] of what the FEDS knew in the one hand, those in litigation, the ability to “Plea” and stay alive in any proceeding before any U.S. government entity

    Why is it that the Politicans NEVER expose these “Mobbed-Up” Material Facts to the public? The cost is masive if you add it all up NLRB, DOL, {and all sub-entities therein,] OSHA,EEOC,IRS, and the rest concerning “Federal Labor Law””Racketeering” RICO, its a joke folks. The many statutes are outdated from the thirties and should be vacated and /or revised harshly for the 21st Century, as RICO demonstrates in and of its self. Until then around and around it remains so.

    Posted November 29, 2011 at 3:03 pm | Permalink

    To John:
    Please stop and think about your Remedy.Many firms that hire workers should not have to contend with onerous regs.because it gets to be burdensome.Then if they have to compete with other firms they are at a disadvantage.Then comes the letting go of their hired hands.What does that do to your Employment.Juwst throw money at the situation hasn’t worked for the last three years.How well is that woirking?

  20. Michael mcintire
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 9:54 pm | Permalink

    In Hawaii the unions have full rein of the state, which is why we are in so much trouble

  21. Arthur Andersen
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 11:22 pm | Permalink

    Congress, please wake up, don’t be blind to the on-going liberal standards of the NLRB and President Obama’s Union thug buddies. It is time to allow businesses to WORK!! like they know how to do. Pass this bill, and get the Unions off of every hard working non-Union companies butt. PLEASE!! This has gone on for to long already.
    Arthur Andersen, Omaha

  22. John
    Posted March 20, 2012 at 11:25 am | Permalink

    Does anyone know where I can get help against the NLRB? The union refused labor on a large electrical project last year and it resulted in our company being removed from the job and we lost over 200,000.00 Well the end result was closing our doors but now the union keeps filing unfair labor charges against me for not hiring union employees. We are out of business and not hiring anyone but after two charges and meetings with the IBEW I found out closing isn’t an option and we have to stay in business and we have to hire union electricians. The catch is they won’t give us any more electricians but that doesn’t stop the NLRB charges of not hiring electricians. I went to work for another company and now they are after that company because according to the NLRB my union contract goes where I go. I’m a paid employee now but according to the NLRB the already established company I work for is an alter ego company and they are requesting records and harassing that company in an attempt to get me fired. Is there anyone out there to turn to for help??????? I was told by the union there would be a new charge every month as long as I am not hiring electricians from them. SO just to be a smart ass I requested one man and I was turned down because I don’t have a payroll bond and the company has been closed. This is nothing but harassment. The NLRB said I don’t understand its not about right or wrong they have to investigate every charge the union files to see if its valid and the union can file as many charges as they want to. I just received this months charge and they are requesting the same records I produced last month and I have to go to there office and give the same statement I gave last month because even though the charges are the same these charges are new and that opens a whole new case.

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