Kentucky Slams Union Corruption

Kentucky Slams Union Corruption — Kentucky, Saturday, Jan. 7, became the nation’s 27th right-to-work state when Gov. Matt Bevin signed a bill passed by the newly seated state legislature. November’s election put the GOP in control for the first time in almost a century.

“Right to work” means employees may refuse to pay union dues. This is a good thing. Mandatory dues do not advance the cause of the working person. Anyone not brain dead can see this considering what has been happening to unions over the last 50 years.

Mandatory union dues, however, do provide nice lifestyles for union bosses and fund the political campaigns of those who would like to put working people out of work. Kentucky Slams Union Corruption

Kentucky last week end struck a big blow against corruption. Pennsylvania are you listening?

Kentucky Slams Union Corruption

 

2 thoughts on “Kentucky Slams Union Corruption”

  1. “Pennsylvania are you listening?”

    Hell No!

    These dumb blisters cannot not even get rid of state liquor stores. But we have shown that we can get rid of them. Let’s go for term limits–better yet, pay limits.

  2. After Union leaders skim off the top,the balance goes to support liberal and progressive political candidates.A BIGstep in the right direction

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