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NLRB Ignores Court Order

June 14th, 2013 - 1:18 pm

Well:

A long-running conflict between the Teamsters and the Santa Barbara News-Press has resulted in the National Labor Relations Board sanctioning the newspaper for firing employees who were involved in organizing. The paper contended they were fired because they violated editorial policy. The NLRB’s sanction comes despite the fact that an Appeals Court earlier ruled that doing so would violate the paper’s First Amendment rights.

Under this Administration, the rule of law is for suckers. This will end badly.

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A lawless regime deserves a people unconstrained by law in their dealings with the "ruling class."
43 weeks ago
43 weeks ago Link To Comment
You know folks, maybe we'd believe the NSA when they insist Snowden is wrong and no analyst can access anything without a real (as opposed to kangaroo court broad FISA soaking up billions of calls) warrant if all these other federal agents weren't so lawless. And maybe the Establishment wouldn't look so desperate to discredit Snowden and Greenwald if it weren't for these three other NSA whistleblowers who say, 'Told you so!'

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/06/16/snowden-whistleblower-nsa-officials-roundtable/2428809/
43 weeks ago
43 weeks ago Link To Comment
NLRB ignores court order?? Of course they did!
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
My first though was, "How many divisions does the Judicial branch have?"
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment

Unions versus old media?

Sounds like red on red to me (well, maybe blue on blue in this case).

Fire up the popcorn!
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
The rule of law is for those outside of the regime. It does not apply to the regime. Silly Proles.
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
We are rapidly approaching banana republic status.
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
Approaching? Boy, are you optimistic this fine morning!
43 weeks ago
43 weeks ago Link To Comment
That or I'm in Master of Understatement mood today.
43 weeks ago
43 weeks ago Link To Comment
Unexpectedly. No, wait, this time that does not apply.
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
Is the NLRB still acting outside the law or did some court decide that the President can declare the Senate not in session, for purposes of recess appointments, whenever he pleases?
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
Nope. Two different Courts of Appeal have ruled against him on that. But this is a guy who has lamented that the Warren Court didn't transcend the Constitution and enact all sorts of "rights" that the government had to provide people. For Dear Liar, the Constitution is more like a bunch of suggestions.
44 weeks ago
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