If It Worked In Blazing Saddles, Why Not NYC?
The Wall Street Journal reported on a preposterous construction labor dispute illustrating Big Labor’s grip on the Big Apple (“Union Spat Clouds School Project,” 5/3/10). The New School is planning to build a $215 million classroom and dormitory building on the corner of 14th Street and Fifth Avenue, but the Painters Union DC 9 is […]
PLAs Help Increase Construction Union Membership
The Daily Caller published an opinion piece today by Brett McMahon, vice president of Miller & Long, a concrete construction subcontractor, based in Bethesda, Md., and a member of the Associated Builders and Contractors (“State of the unions: Not good,” 2/26/10) that discusses how Big Labor is turning to their political chums to implement policies that […]