Best Headling Of The Day

Union

This made me smile:

Union rights dealt a blow again by appeals court 

The National Labor Relations Board violated the law when it required U.S. businesses to put notices in their workplaces and on their websites informing employees of their right to unionize, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.

A unanimous three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down the rule, finding that federal law prohibits the labor board from punishing a business for speech, or lack of it, as long as the business does not issue threats.

Freedom of speech “necessarily protects … the right of employers (and unions) not to speak,” Judge Raymond Randolph wrote for the appeals court.

When the power of trade unions grow, the liberty of individuals is diminished.

One response to “Best Headling Of The Day

  1. Did you actually read the decision? There’s a lot of stupid going on there, trust me. Whether you like the end result or not, you should care about why the court reached its ruling.

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