Senate Republicans Fight To Stop Teacher’s Union From Targeting CRT Opponents

Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senators Tommy Tuberville And Marco Rubio Sent A Letter To The National Education Association After It Was Reported That The Union Voted To Target And Research Opponents Of Critical Race Theory.

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Why The Left Fears Right To Work

The Left And The Unions Have Come Out With A Vicious, Libelous Attack Against Right To Work Laws To Pass The PRO Labor Act. They Ignore The Majority Of States That Have RTW Laws Because Unions Are Bad For Their Economies. The Left Fears RTW Laws Because Unions Give Them Millions Every Year. Beware Who You Vote For In The Midterms. It Might Cost You Your Job, If You Still Have One.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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Big Labor Wants To Salt The Earth

Unions Can Deploy Unsavory And Coercive Tactics Without Consequence. For Instance, Unions May Legally “Salt” A Workplace By Getting Undercover Union Operatives Hired By The Target Company In Order To Agitate For Unionization From The Inside. Unions Deploy Such Campaigns – Which Can Involve Negative Publicity, Political Pressure, Frivolous Lawsuits And Complaints, Public Protests, Targeting Of A Company’s Clients, Or Even Sabotage Of Company Operations – To Compensate For The Lack Of Employee Support For Unionization By Pressuring An Employer To Remain Silent During The Union Campaign, Provide Union Organizers Heightened Access To Employees, Or Even Recognize The Union Without Allowing Employees To Vote On Unionization.

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Amazon Clashes With Democratic Lawmakers Bankrolled By Its Own Employees

As Amazon Warehouse Employees In Alabama Fight To Unionize, The Company Is Brawling Online With Prominent Democratic Lawmakers Generously Bankrolled By Its Own Employees.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 22, 2021

1) Tennessee Lottery Hits ‘Action 24/7’ With Temporary Suspension Of Sportsbook License
2) ‘Third grade is too late’: Memphis To Forge Ahead With Second Grade Reading Retention Policy This Fall
3) Texas Governor Blasts Biden Over Conditions At Federal Run Facilities Where Minors Are Being Held
4) Financial Woes Surpass Coronavirus As Top Concern Of Americans
5) North Carolina Congressman Proposes Bill To End Federal Pay For Union Business
6) Country Music’s Top Artists Band Together For “All Together For Animals” Virtual Concert

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North Carolina Congressman Proposes Bill To End Federal Pay For Union Business

U.S. Rep. Bishop Filed Bill To End Use Of Official Time By Federal Workers For Union Activities. National Right To Work Committee Said Federal Workers Unions Used More Than 2.6 Million Hours Of Official Time For Union Activity In 2019, Costing Taxpayers More Than $163 Million.

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Everything’s Coming Up COVID For Much Public Spending, Even As Virus Fades

For Some Special Interests, A Fading Coronavirus Pandemic Poses A Problem, But Not Always An Insurmountable One. The Changes Made Due To The Pandemic Have Long Been On The Policy Wish Lists Of Advocates, They Evoke Words Widely Attributed To Winston Churchill: “Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste.” Or As A Headline This Week Might Sum Up A New Urgency: “The U.S. Is Edging Toward Normal, Alarming Some Officials.”

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Why Biden’s New Dawn Of Net-Zero Is Looking Like A Dark Day For Labor

In all pathways, the vast majority of mines and all coal power plants shutter by 2030, although the coal export business will live on. The ranks of 600,000 natural gas workers fall by more than two-thirds by 2050 in most scenarios. To compensate, the Biden administration pledges that the energy transition will create “millions” of green jobs, but most new jobs will be in the construction of wind and solar farms, which is temporary work and often not in the same regions that provide fossil fuel employment. The pay is significantly lower, too. The median wage for a solar installer is about $45,000 a year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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