Ten Special Privileges of Labor Unions

National Right To Work President Mark Mix and Glenn Beck  discuss special privileges that unions have and others don’t.   Shocking but true list of ten special privileges:  Exemption from prosecution for union violence.; Exemption from anti-monopoly laws.; Power to force employees to accept unwanted union representation.; Power to collect forced union dues.; Unlimited, undisclosed electioneering.; Ability to strong-arm employers into negotiations; Right to trespass on an employer’s private property.;  Ability of strikers to keep jobs despite refusing to work.; Union-only cartels on construction projects.; Government funding of forced unionism.

Published on Mar 15, 2012 by    

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