As a professional consumer of the blogs and columns of organized labor and their “progressive” allies, we use a rule of thumb: You can stop reading as soon as the writer uses the phrase “war against workers.” The rest of the post or column will just be low-quality agitprop, offering neither insight nor pleasing turn of phrase.
In Roll Call today, we see this column by Kimberly Brown, executive director of the labor policy and advocacy organization American Rights at Work, “No More Limbo for Workers’ Rights.” She writes:
The war on working people has a new battleground: the National Labor Relations Board.
Thanks, Kim! You saved us a lot of time.
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