Is Costco Open On Labor Day
September 6, 2010 by USA Post
In honor of Labor Day, here are some examples of colluding with Big Business Big Labor:
In the years 1950 and 1960, the united miners with the largest coal companies and the federal government to crush smaller companies coal.
Wal-Mart and Costco along with Big Labor in 2007 for a minimum wage increase that would hurt smaller retailers.
The SEIU and Wal-Mart in a similar manner to ensure the employer mandates in health care push – another government burden would fall disproportionately on smaller employers.
And often, Big Labor is indistinguishable from Big Business. Check out my take on the UAW – that is: the net assets of $ 1.3 billion, a record for the largest independent expenditure on behalf of a candidate in American history, and a private golf course.
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