Culture of corruption.
With a twist
“Big, structural change”
Let’s just put everyone in a union
Power to the people who know which Disney princess you are.
Second try, same result
“paying people a lot more than market wages sounds great on the surface, it’s not realistic or smart.”
Not so good work if you can get it
“national teachers unions said they’re still tabulating figures…”
“…for some reason, SEIU Local 521 is still collecting agency fees from SCVTA employees.”
Run for the hills
Don’t look down.
Almost as good as promising to raise your taxes
Shuffling the money around
Not exactly a crisis for *everyone* though
The goose that laid the golden eggs is cooked
Money for nothing… literally
What’s a “work center” and why should you avoid one?
Don’t look for the union label at franchises
Look for the union label of sexual assault
But it comes with a catch
Supreme court smack-down
Unhitching a few cars from the gravy train
“I will not yield anything, either to the lazy, the cynics or the extreme.”
When they go high, we go low
“Be a real shame if anything happened to that pretty face…”
Wising up to the wise guys
Thanks for your input. We’ll call if we need you
More options for workers might cut into union dues
How’s that working out for you so far?
There’s no need to resurrect this plan from the grave
Good work if you can get it
“They ought to withdraw Puzder’s nomination before he further embarrasses this administration…”
“Haven’t had one call” complaining about approving DAPL.
You’re going to see more of this
“…workers remain uninterested in the product that the unions are selling.”
Three more states moving forward
Hard rain’s gonna fall
Shutting down society to improve it?
Crying poverty isn’t going over well
“Will you promise never to take any fossil fuels out of the earth ever again?”
The dirty little secret which the Democratic coalition doesn’t like to talk about
“How are people supposed to find work if this goes on in some form for a year and a half?”
What a way to find out, too.
“There are too many people out at the same time and too many joggers at peak times.”