- Justice Jackson Voices Lone Dissent Against Supreme Court Attack on Right to Strike: The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 8-1 in favor of a concrete company and against its striking workers, in a decision progressive advocates called “de-facto union busting.” The lone dissenting voice, liberal Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, argued that her colleagues overstepped their authority in siding with the company instead of deferring to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The case dates back to 2017, when Seattle-area truck drivers belonging to Teamsters Local 174 engaged in a week-long strike against company Glacier Northwest, as The Seattle Times explained. At the time of the strike, the workers had wet concrete in their mixer trucks, but abandoning the trucks during the stoppage meant the cement could no longer be used and could have damaged the trucks, the company claimed. [More]
- William Moravits, a Conservative Professor, believes he was fired for a lie by an LGBTQ student: Conservative former Police Officer, author, & adjunct professor William Morawits discusses a form of canceling that costed him his job after an LGBTQ student lied about him. [More]
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