Opinion: Richard Trumka and the Labor Movement’s Nostalgia Trap

The U.S. labor movement is in the midst of an existential crisis. Its leaders know times are changing and they must do something if organized labor is to survive. But the last thing union bosses want to do is to change. And that is a problem. Richard Trumka took over the reins of the AFL-CIO,


New Poll Finds Strong Support for Right to Work in Granite State

No state in the left-leaning, union-friendly Northeast is currently a ‘right to work’ state. New Hampshire Republicans may be about to breach that wall, and a new poll says they’ve got a majority of Granite Staters on their side. A right to work law guarantees that no person can be compelled, as a condition of

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