We all know what kind of tactics unions use to get their way, but what I’ll bet you didn’t know is that unions cannot be charged with vandalism, extortion, and even murder. It’s true. Thanks to a 1973 SCOTUS decision, unions can use racketeering methods to further their agenda, free from arrest and prosecution.
In the United States, unions can engage in vandalism, extortion, and even outright violence including murder. And it’s 100% legal. In 1973, the US Supreme Court ruled on a case named United States v Emmons. that unions can engage in all of these activities, as long as it’s to further a legitimate union cause. A bill was offered in 1995 to end the practice but it failed. It’s been offered every year since but the union backed democrats have killed the legislation every year. If anyone in America but unions would commit these acts, they would be subject to some of the toughest laws ever enacted, the RICO Statute. (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) The RICO Act allows law enforcement to charge people who order these illegal acts to be committed, to face prosecution. Unless you are a union of course.
Victor Topaller, a prominent Russian-American journalist, radio and television host from Staten Island, New York was asked a few questions on December 3, 2012 about the state of America under President Obama by Ilya Galak, a Russian-American born citizen and blogger. Continue reading →
Steven Crowder, the Fox News contributor who was assaulted by a union thug after Gov. Rick Snyder signed Michigan’s right-to-work law, released the full nearly 9-minute unedited video of the incident today.
“This is further documentation of the violent acts committed on behalf of union members in Lansing, MI. A police report has been filed,” he wrote at YouTube.
The exchange took place while Asner was being interviewed about his role in a propaganda cartoon produced by the California Federation of Teachers that showed wealthy people urinating on the poor. Continue reading →
On Thanksgiving, Sean Hannity aired excepts of a movie called “District of Corruption” that Hannity said “details the highest level of cronyism in Washington dating back to the Clinton administration.”
Steve Bannon, writer and director of the film and the author of “The Corruption Chronicles,” joined Hannity with executive producer Tom Fitton.