My blogger pal, George Scoville, reminded me of this great video that the Heritage Foundation has posted called Collective Bargining 101. It explains the difference between public and private unions in the realm of collective bargaining.
So far, we in North Carolina, have been lucky to have avoided collective bargaining by public unions. However our friends over at the State Employees Association of North Carolina, a union now affiliated with SEIU, are seeking to repeal G.S.§ 95-98 and to enact legislation permitting collective bargaining by North Carolina public employees.
Public employees are those whose salaries are funded by our tax dollars and their leadership tends to forget this.
Scoville also mentions the bill currently in the Tennessee state legislature that would strip teachers’ unions of their collective bargaining rights.
Check out the Video Below:
OTHER GREAT LINKS ON UNIONS THIS WEEK:
Stacy McCain has an Update on the Ohio Unions
The Wall Street Journal: A Union Education – What Wisconsin Reveals about public workers and political power
Caffeinated Thoughts: The Untold Story of (Iowa) State Government
Gateway Pundit: Wisconsin Tea Party members Plan ”Its Time to Take Out The Trash Day” (video)
and finally, my “right wing sparkle“, and fellow Smart Girl,
Kathleen McKinley: The New Tone Seems to Be Incivility
UPDATE: ANOTHER EDUCATIONAL UNION VIDEO
Here is another video we found on You Tube. Let us know what you think! We do not endorse the title and had nothing to do with the making of it.