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THE FACADE of U.S. $UPREME COURT JU$TICE CLARENCE THOMAS WANTING 2 BE TRUSTED AGAIN IN JUDGING OTHER CRIMINAL MIND$ IN AMERICA ???
09 Mar 2011
U.S SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS GOT CAUGHT WITH HIS HAND'$ IN THE ELITE'$ POCKET$, BUT CLAIMS THERE WAS ONLY $700,000
IN SMALL CHANGE ...
THEY CORRUPTED & COLLUDED WITH THESE U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE$ LIKE CLARENCE THOMA$....

UNTIL CLARENCE THOMAS RESIGNS FROM THE PEOPLES U.S. SUPREME COURT, LAWYERS FOR POOR AMERICANS WILL BE FORCED 2 CONTINUE ASKING FOR A FULL U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT & U.S.CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION INTO THIS OBVIOUS FRONTING OF CORPORATE AMERICA & ELSEWHERE TO GAIN POLITICAL VOTES WITH CERTAIN U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES INVOLVED WITH LAST JANUARYS LEGAL DECISION CONCERNING ALLOWING INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL CORPORATE UNLIMITED SECRET POLITICAL 501C4 SLU$H TO INFLUENCE OUR FUTURE USA ELECTIVE PROCE$$.

THEY STARTED THIS ELITE CABAL PLAN OF DESTROYING AMERICAN LABOR UNIONS WAY BACK WHEN PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH JR , KARL ROVE AND THE WEALTHY ELITE BILLIONAIRES CABAL GOT THE 5 CONSERVATIVE U.S.SUPREME COURT JUSTICES TO ALLOW INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CORPORATIONS TO CONTRIBUTE UNLIMITED POLITICAL $$ FOR NATIONAL AND STATE ELECTIVE ELECTIONS.

THE REPUBLICAN FEC MEMBERS WERE ALSO NEEDED TO LOOK THE OTHER WAY ON ALLOWING THIS FUTURE UNLIMITED POLITICAL SLU$H TO BE HIDDEN FROM AMERICAN VOTERS IN THESE KARL ROVE STYLE 501C4 SECRET POLITICAL SLU$H ACCOUNTS.

THE BUSH~KARL ROVE WALL STREET ~BANKS STOLEN TARP BILLION$ ARE NOW GOING TO RULE OUR AMERICAN POLITICAL SCENE FOR MANY YEARS TO COME.THESE STOLEN TARP BAILOUT BILLION$ WILL BE RUNNING THESE 501C4 SLU$H ACCOUNTS FOR MANY YEARS TO COME WITHOUT ANYONE IN AMERICA EVER BEING ABLE OR ALLOWED TO INVESTIGATE !!!

OUR PAST STATE AND FEDERAL ELECTIONS HAVE ALREADY PROVEN WHAT BIG $$ CAN DO TO DISTORT THE AMERICAN VOTERS FEELINGS ON WHO THEY DESIRE FOR THEIR FUTURE POLITICAL CANDIDATES.

IF IT WERE EVER INVESTIGATED AND EXPOSED HOW OUR STOLEN little American TAXPAYERS TARP
BAILOUT$ INFLUENCED OUR PAST ELECTION CYCLE BY THIS ELITE KARL ROVE BILLIONAIRE CABAL THEN
MAYBE THE NEEDED OUTCRY FOR FUTURE PUBLIC FINANCED ELECTION$ MIGHT JUST BE ABLE TO TAKE HOLD !

WHAT IS HAPPENING TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE AGAINST OUR AMERICAN UNION MEMBERS IS A VERY WELL PLANNED PLOT OF THESE ELITE TO ENSURE THAT OUR AMERICAN MIDDLE~CLASS & POORE AMERICANS DO NOT EXPECT TO RECEIVE TO0 BIG A PIECE OF THE AMERICAN $ PIE FROM CORPORATE OWNER ELITE'$.

THE WEALTHY ELITE'S OWN CONTROLLING SHARES OF OUR CORPORATE WORLD,BANKS ETC... SO IT ONLY STANDS TO REASON THEY HAVE TO CONTROL OUR AMERICAN POLITICO'S AS WELL .THE ONLY WAY CORPORATE AMERICA & THIS ELITE CABAL OF MULTI~BILLIONAIRE OWNERS HAVE ON KEEPING CONTROL OVER THE U.S. CONGRESSIONAL SPENDING IS BY THEIR USE OF HIGH PRICED LOBBYISTS AND THEIR NEWLY ACQUIRED UNLIMITED POLITICAL 501C4 SLU$H ACCOUNTS GIVEN THEM BY THESE 5 U.S. SUPREME COURT CONSERVATIVE JUSTICES !

ANYONE IN OUR NEW AMERICAN POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT (STATE OR FEDERAL) CAN NOW BE DEFEATED WITH ENDLE$$ WELL FINANCED SWIFT BOAT ATTACK ADS THAT CAN will CONTINUE 2 BE FINANCED BY ANY CORPORATE ENTITY IN THE WORLD VIA THESE 501C4 SLU$H ACCOUNT$ !!!

THE PEOPLES U.S. CONGRESS ATTEMPTED TO PUT THE BRAKES ON ALLOWING WALL STREET~ BANKERS TARP BAILOUT FUND$ FROM BEING ALLOWED IN OUR LAST OR FUTURE U.S. ELECTIONS,BUT FELL SHORT WITH CONGRESSIONAL REPUBLICANS NOT WILLING TO JOIN THE DEMOCRATS PROPOSED LEGISLATION ...

WE ARE ALL WELL AWARE THAT NAME RECOGNITION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS ARE ONLY BOUGHT THROUGH THE AIRWAYS WITH BIG $$. ** AMERICA WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE TO DEAL WITH HAVING FUTURE AMERICAN STATE AND FEDERAL CANDIDATES WHO WILL CONTINUE TO BE CHOSEN AND WELL FINANCED WITH THIS ENDLESS SECRET 501C4 SLU$H ACCOUNT $$ TO WIN BY THESE ELITE BILLIONAIRES AND THEIR INTERNATIONAL PARTNER CORPORATIONS.

AS HAS BECOME RECENTLY KNOWN TO MOST AMERICANS FOLLOWING U.S. POLITICS, U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS AND HIS WIFE WERE RECENTLY PUBLICLY EXPOSED 4 HAVING LIED TO ALL OF AMERICA IN KEEPING SECRET OF THEIR YEARS OF HUSTLING OFF BIG CORPORATE NON~PROFIT $$ WITHOUT DISCLOSING PUBLICLY THAT THEY BOTH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT AND PAID FOR BY CERTAIN ELITE BILLIONAIRES HIDING BEHIND A 501C3 TAX EXEMPT NON~PROFIT ORGANIZATION.

IF U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS & HIS WIFE TOOK THE CORPORATE PAYOFF$ THROUGH HIS WIFE'S NON-PROFIT 501C3 SLU$H FUND BIG BUCK$ SALARY WITHOUT DISCLOSING IT PUBLICLY FOR OVER 10 YEARS , WE CAN ONLY IMAGINE WHAT THE OTHER 5 REPUBLICAN U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES INVOLVED WITH THIS WELL PLANNED ELITE CABAL'S UNLIMITED CORPORATE POLITICAL 501C4 SLU$H CONTRIBUTION$ LEAGL DECISION RECEIVED IN RETURN FOR THEIR ACTIVE VOTE PARTICIPATION ?

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The Changing Face Of Organized Labor
by DON GONYEA

Karen Wallace (right) and Meryleigh Brainerd (left), both teachers in California, join in a candlelight vigil in front of the state Capitol to express solidarity with union members in Wisconsin. Decades ago, says a labor historian, the typical unionized worker was a blue-collar male. Now, it's more likely to be a schoolteacher.
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The new year has brought a sharp increase in labor conflict in America.

In Wisconsin and Ohio, public employee unions are battling Republicans in the legislature and the governor's office.

In Providence, R.I., the city has fired nearly 2,000 union teachers.

Then there's the NFL, where owners and players are at an impasse as the midnight deadline for negotiations nears — meaning even ESPN is on the labor beat.

Each of the conflicts has a different set of issues and different circumstances. But they also highlight how the face of organized labor in the U.S. has changed.

Unions remain a major player in American politics, pouring money and manpower into elections and other public policy debates. But labor's numbers have been shrinking for decades. Now, only about 12 percent of the U.S. workforce belongs to a union. That compares with about 20 percent in the early 1980s.

Labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein at the University of California, Santa Barbara describes what the typical unionized worker in America looked like 50 years ago:

Steve Robinson of United Auto Workers Local 422 of Framingham, Mass., holds a sign during a rally to support Wisconsin's public employees. The UAW is a much smaller organization today than it was decades ago. In fact, the total number of workers in the public sector who belong to a union is now greater than the number of members in private sector unions.
"It would be a blue-collar male working in a factory. The auto union had a million and a half members. The steelworkers had a million. Also Teamsters, truck drivers — a couple million workers in that union. So it would be a male, 45-year-old who worked with his hands."

In those days, before foreign competition changed everything for the U.S. car companies, labor/management relations were perpetually rocky.

In an interview with NPR in 1988, Orville Spencer, then a United Auto Workers local president in Michigan, described that relationship.

"You'd lose a lot of sleep on how bad the company put the screws to you during your working-hour shifts," Spencer said. "Next night, I'd lose sleep laying there giggling on how bad I put it to them."

But pressured by foreign competition, the UAW and the car companies made a kind of peace. Both sides came to realize the shared stakes.

"Nobody in the world can quarrel with the quality and results of Ford," said UAW President Bob King, in a recent interview with Detroit station WDET. "That is driven as much by the UAW as it is by Ford, because it's a strong partnership. Because of our strong respect, we've done it together."

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But these days, the UAW is a much smaller organization. And in 2011, the total number of workers in the public sector who belong to a union is now greater than the number of members in private sector unions.

So remember that typical union member of a half-century ago? Here's how Lichtenstein describes today's version:

"It would be a hospital technician or nurse or a home health care worker or a schoolteacher or a female public employee of some sort."

Which brings us to those big union protests in Wisconsin, which have been going on for more than two weeks now.

Among the most prominent voices in Wisconsin is the teachers union. The National Education Association, with more than 3 million members, is now the largest union in the country, having surpassed the Teamsters more than a decade ago.

Wisconsin political analyst Jeff Mayers of WisPolitics.com says the teachers union is seen there as "the most powerful white-collar union, the most powerful public employees' union."

"I think the people on the conservative side would call them a worthy opponent," he adds. "But they're often vilified by conservatives and Republicans because they play such a big role in elections."

It's that clout that has helped the unions turn so many people out in ongoing protests. But it is also the thing that makes them an important target for conservative politicians.

In the short run, the GOP attack on bargaining rights may cause a backlash in the 2012 elections. But if the Republican legislatures in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere do succeed in curtailing collective bargaining rights, unions will be weakened for many years to come.

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