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The Fall of the House of Labor

morgandog Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 11:41 AM
after watching some of the footage of this incidence, it looks like Mr. Crowder was actually instigating the confrontation. knowing the camera was running, is is obvious that Crowder was willing to take a punch for the story he wanted. after all, he was well aware of the tension of the situation, and yet, he just went ahead and got in the face of the demonstrators, knowing what would happen. way to go Crowder, you are indeed, a real journalist. NOT!!!!!!!!!!
Richard1988 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:42 PM
footage shows that the union thug tripped and fell over trash left on the ground by other union thugs, most likely becuase he was drunk or stone like most union thugs on and off the job

In 1958, Senate Minority Leader William Knowland, his eye on the 1960 GOP nomination coveted by fellow Californian Richard Nixon, went home and declared for governor.

Knowland's plan: Ride to victory on the back of Proposition 18, the initiative to make right-to-work the law in the Golden Land. Prop. 18 was rejected 2 to 1. Knowland's career was over, and the Republicans were decimated nationally for backing right-to-work.

Badly burned, the party for years ran away from the issue.

This history makes what happened in Michigan, cradle of the United Auto Workers, astonishing. A GOP legislature passed and Gov....