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Hospital Workers Want to Throw Off a Union They Never Wanted to Join

Employees at a hospital in Pennsylvania are petitioning the National Labor Relations Board to overturn a board regional director’s decision to unionize the workers without their consent.

Lehigh Valley Hospital-Schuylkill East’s 160 workers were forced into a union membership with the Service Employees International Union through the “accretion doctrine,” a policy that allows the NLRB to unionize a group of employees despite a majority opposing membership.

“This case demonstrates how the National Labor Relations Act, which is ostensibly about the rights of employees, has been weaponized against independent workers who wish to remain free of union bosses’ so-called representation,” National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix said in a statement. “These employees successfully opposed an SEIU organizing campaign at their workplace only to have a union partisan at the NLRB force the union on them without a vote or any showing of interest.”

They don't want our representation? We'll force them to take it anyway. The left has lost so thoroughly that all it has left is coercion to force people to do things they don't want to do. A bankrupt ideology.

NBC news: Americans must prepare for a future where terror is routine

How about NO? Muslims choose to commit terror. They choose to continue to take that adder to their chests. If they choose to continue to accept terrorism and to hide terrorists in their communities, then it needs to cost them all dearly.

No Mecca, No Islam.

Four men jailed over sexual exploitation of young girls in Newcastle - Guardian

Four men have been jailed for up to 12 and a half years each for their involvement in a sex grooming network in Newcastle.

The offences occurred between 2007 and 2014, and the victims were described by the prosecution as “immature and vulnerable”. The men gave the girls drugs including ecstasy, cocaine, speed and cannabis, in return for “sexual favours and services”.

The men were all asylum seekers from either Iran or Iraq, and three had been granted leave to remain in the UK. As they are not British citizens, they are likely to be deported once they have served their prison sentences.
Lawyers for the men said they feared going back to their home countries. Jamie Adams, representing Saman Obaid, who arrived in the UK from Iraq in 2007, said: “He has had problems with alcohol, which perhaps is not surprising because, as always, he is worried about what is happening to his family back home. He himself is very concerned about his immigration status, particularly given what is happening in his domain.”

It would have been better for all concerned if they were instead hanged in the public square.
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