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The NLRB Makes the Case Against Itself

TDBLU Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 3:58 PM
I think that unions first started out as a good thing. Then, like most situations in which one individual is granted authority (power) over others, the souls with the faulty wiring in their brains migrate to those places and revel in the ability to mis-use power. Just like it always does. It's the reason the US Bill of Rights was written. So the people could shove the warp minded out and put new ones in, while keeping their power dry, just in case.

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) Summary of Operations for fiscal year 2012, released last week, shows an agency that is significantly over-funded. In 2010, the Obama Administration increased the agency’s budget even though it previously operated with a fiscal year-end surplus. Now, the operating report reveals that the agency’s business continues to erode with the decline of unionization in the private sector making its increased appropriation even more unnecessary than it was in 2010.

According to the report, issued by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon, total case intake decreased by three percent; unfair labor practice case intake decreased by 2.5...