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Mark Mix president of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, writes in Labor Day editorial:         Most Americans realize that Labor Day is about celebrating workers, not union bosses. But that won’t stop Big Labor’s apologists from seizing the spotlight to demand more power. Fact is, modern unions are built…(Read More)

Mark Mix, president of National Right to Work, explains President Obama’s Big Labor Paybacks The Daily  Caller has the complete story:    After Big Labor spent nearly $1 billion to get President Obama and his forced-unionism allies elected in 2008, Obama did not disappoint. Here is a breakdown of the top 10 most outrageous…(Read More)

Forced-dues funded billion dollar machine enables union officials to wield immense political clout, even though voluntary union membership continues to steadily decline Washington, DC (August 31, 2012) – Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and National Right to Work Committee, released the following statement regarding this year’s Labor…(Read More)

Labor’s last shot A New York Post commentary by Christian Schneider of the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute correctly identifies the key reason Big Labor and its favored politicians are going all out to oust Badger State Gov. Scott Walker (R) and several of his political allies from office in special “recall” elections early next…(Read More)

Mark Mix: Union muscling in to O.C. hospital Orange County Register, April 12, 2012 Unknown figures entering your workplace through the back door without identification. Harassing late night phone calls. Strangers blocking your driveway and studying your exact movements. These are not just the tactics of common criminals and thugs; they are also the…(Read More)

Right to work has worked Point of View: Oklahoma economy has grown, March 31, 2012 According to federal Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) data, total private-sector employment in Oklahoma increased by 8.1 percent from 2003 to 2010. Oklahoma’s job gain was more than triple the average for forced-unionism states…(Read More)