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Labor Unions And Their Communist Allies

As I’ve long said: labor unions and communism go together like white wine and fish. Anonymous photo journalist Zombie recently confirmed that. The following photos were captured by Zombie on May 5, 2011, at the May Day rally in downtown Los Angeles. This event was co-sponsored by the SEIU — a gigantic socialist labor organization…

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Unhinged Mob Of Pro-Union Peaceniks Go Beserk In Madison; Shout “Fuck-You” At Republican Senator Glenn Grothman

The mob captured in the following video calls to mind Massachusetts Congressman Michael Capuano’s recent instructions to unions: “Time to get a little bloody.” Watch: If you don’t have the time or the stomach to watch, here are some of the highpoints: “Shame! Shame! Shame!” “Fuck you! Fuck you!” All the while clubbing that cheesy…

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Labor Unions

The first unions in the United States were formed in the late 18th century, and they’ve always been socialist at their core, explicitly or implicitly. The principle that most people — union people in particular — do not understand about wages is this: Wages are determined by worker productivity. Worker productivity is determined by the…

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How Capitalism Enriches The Poor And The Working Class

When portable radios first appeared in American stores, the average American worker had to labor 13 hours to buy one; today he or she toils for about 1 hour. In the 1920s it took 79 hours of work to buy a nice men’s suit; today it takes less than half that. At the beginning of…

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