Monday, January 28, 2013

Morning Briefing: NLRB Rests


Morning Briefing

For January 28, 2013

1.  Obama's Union-Controlled NLRB Thumbs Nose At Court Ruling, Chairman Vows To March Onward

Following Friday morning's appeals court ruling that Barack Obama's "recess" appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional, union attorney (and current NLRB chairman) Mark Gaston Pearce vowed to ignore the court's ruling.  . . . please click here for the rest of the post

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2.  On NLRB Decision Nullification: No One For Union Bosses & Democrats To Blame Except Themselves

Following Friday's Appeals Court ruling striking down Barack Obama unconstitutional "recess" appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, the New York Times points out that more than 300 NLRB decisions might get tossed into the trash. . . . please click here for the rest of the post

3.  Ken Cuccinelli corybookers in Virginia.

Anyway, Virginia AG (who happens to be also running for Governor) Ken Cuccinelli was driving along yesterday when . . . please click here for the rest of the post

4.  Unite or Perish: How to Become a Force Multiplier 2.0

In 2011, having spoken for some time to groups of activists, there was a realization on just how little was understood about the leviathan on the Left.

More importantly, however, was the realization that, with so many competing agendas (and egos) on the Right, activists were clamoring for information on how to combat the forces eroding our Constitutional Freedoms.

In response, this post and PowerPoint presentation was posted in November 2011. . . . please click here for the rest of the post

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Sincerely yours,

Erick Erickson
Editor-in-Chief, RedState

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