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As news media recounts Attorney General Matthew Schneider as “losing patience” with United Auto Workers (UAW)  bosses who have stolen millions in dues from the union, one can only imagine how the UAW’s almost 400,000 rank and file members, especially those who are forced-dues payers, feel about the latest news on…(Read More)


On May 22, 2020, Linda M. Woodford was sentenced to five days in jail and more for misusing union dues as former president the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 7270 in Menomonie, Wisconsin.  She also must undergo a year of probation and 50 hours of community service.  A resident…(Read More)

This comment was made by United States Attorney Josh I. Minkler, who announced Rhondalyn Cornett was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison.    Cornett began her career as an Indianapolis Public Schools teacher in 1994, and continued until she became president of the Indiana Educators Association, a division of the Indiana State Teachers…(Read More)

The U. S. Department of Labor Office of Labor-Management Standards, Atlanta-Nashville office, has investigated and indicted Janet Pilcher for embezzlement of union funds on February 28.  Pilcher is the former Secretary-Treasurer of the National Association of Letter Carriers, is accused to embezzling $65,033.46 between October, 2014 and March, 2018…(Read More)

As Service Employee International Union (SEIU) officials gear up to spend $150 million in forced dues to defeat President Trump in this year’s elections, the theft of approximately $1 million in forced dues adds insult to injury.   In 2018, SEIU spent almost $40 million on political activity, more than they spent on…(Read More)

Rank and file UAW members had their say in September, 2019, as many attended Mike Grimes’ trial and had plenty to say both to him and the press about Grimes’ crimes.  Nick Monacelli on clickondetroit:   As he left the courtroom in September,  2019, Mike Grimes was met by a group of…(Read More)


As the specter of a federal takeover looms over the United Auto Workers (UAW) another union official has pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering before Judge Bernard Freidman of the U. S. District Court.    UAW rank and file members reel from the fallout of another boss theft…(Read More)