CEI Today: Nat'l Labor Relations Act, protesting the NSA, and EPA abuse of power

CEI Today: Nat'l Labor Relations Act, protesting the NSA, and EPA abuse of power

Today in the News
July 09, 2013

LABOR UNIONS' SPECIAL PRIVILEGES - TREY KOVACS

Workplacechoice.org: After 78 Years the NLRA Needs a Makeover

Last week marked the seventy-eighth anniversary of President Franklin Roosevelt signing the National Labor Relations Act into law. In that time, it has become clear the Act’s sole purpose is to grant labor unions special privileges which are unavailable to any other private organization or individual.

 

EPA ABUSE OF POWER - WILLIAM YEATMAN

American Spectator: EPA Growth Knows No Limits

A new American Legislative Exchange Council report, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Assault on State Sovereignty, reveals that the EPA has been systematically centralizing environmental protection by seizing rightful control from the states and replacing local community input with extreme environmental activists.

 

NSA SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS - RYAN RADIA

YouTube: Ryan Radia at "Restore The Fourth" rally

About 250-300 people attended a a great rally organized by the newly formed grassroots/online group "Restore The Fourth" on July 4th at McPherson Square. Participants were protesting the recently revealed(/confirmed) NSA surveillance programs, and speakers and organizers urged them to continue to work to end those programs.