Labor

NLRB Bill Key Test for the Senate

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On April 12, the House passed H. R. 1120, the Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor Management Relations Act, on a narrow 219 to 209 vote.

That this legislation is even necessary shows the remarkable contempt the Obama administration has for the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution; that not a single House Democrat voted for the bill shows the party is willingly to blindly support the White House without regard to the Constitution.

Read the rest at American Commitment.


Obama's Act of Constitutional Disobedience

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So the administration is openly defying the courts and the Constitution. But why? The NLRB has to go to federal court to enforce its orders, and companies can seek review in the D.C. Circuit — the very court that just smacked down the NLRB.

Read the rest at American Commitment.


Obama’s secret (and illegal) regulatory bomb

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The fiscal cliff looms and, because it would be the largest tax hike in history, certainly deserves all the attention it’s getting. But a regulatory cliff also looms — an astonishingly growth-crushing regulatory agenda that could be even more devastating than the fiscal cliff. How devastating? Obama refuses to tell us. And that’s illegal.

Read the rest at the Daily Caller.


Regulatory Tsunami if Obama Wins

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How a bureaucratic dictate becomes a law

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Published: 1:55 PM 05/01/2012
By Phil Kerpen
President, American Commitment

High school civics students and aficionados of “Schoolhouse Rock!” can be forgiven if they are bewildered by what took place in the U.S. Senate last week. It was Barack “We Can’t Wait” Obama’s new process of turning a bill into a law — not by duly passing it in both houses of Congress, but by issuing bureaucratic dictates and counting on Senate Democrats to block any effort to stop them.

Read the rest at the Daily Caller.


Will the Senate stand up to Obama’s union strongmen?

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By Phil Kerpen
Published April 24, 2012
FoxNews.com

Monday, even the reliably pro-Obama New York Times woke up to the reality that Obama is now routinely bypassing Congress to govern by bureaucrat decree (a fact they could have learned in great detail in my book "Democracy Denied" by the way, but I digress).

Today, the United States Senate will have an opportunity to do something about it, when they vote later this afternoon on the Enzi Resolution, S.J. Res 36, which would stop one of Obama’s serial abusers of bureaucratic power, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in its tracks.

Read the rest at Fox News Opinion.

Take action at StopTheNLRB.com.


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