This month's issue examines the Obama Labor Board's proposed ambush election scheme designed to stack the deck against independent-minded workers and grease the skids for union bosses to gain monopoly-bargaining power over workers.
Last fall, American voters kicked out 31 House and Senate incumbents who supported Big Labor's failed Card Check Forced Unionism Bill, but now the proposed rule changes accomplish the same goals by empowering aggressive union organizers at the expense of rank-and-file workers.
Other stories in this issue include:
Boeing Workers Battle Big Labor, Obama NLRB -- Right to Work Offers Legislative as Well as Legal Assistance
"Systematically Biased" Against Schoolchildren -- Stanford Professor Lambastes Monopolistic Teacher Unionism
House Narrowly Okays Union-Only PLAs -- Handful of Big Labor-Appeasing Republicans Make the Difference
Right to Work State Economies Grow Faster -- Private-Sector Employees and Employers Alike Reap Major Benefits
Forced-Unionism Issue Looms Large For 2012 -- Right to Work Committee Begins Lobbying Presidential Hopefuls