States Finally Confront Public Sector Unions, by Matt Patterson at the Washington Examiner.
“Wisconsin was the birthplace of American public-sector unionism, where in 1936 the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) first organized in Madison. How ironic then that Wisconsin may also be the place where in 2011 public-sector unions began to die.”
*Will TSA Unionization Jeopardize Air Safety, at Pajamas Media.
“I don’t know about you, but when I see a slow, rude Transportation Security Administration agent going through granny’s purse at airport security, I think to myself: “What the TSA needs is more bureaucracy — if only they were unionized!”
Well, we might get our wish.”