After Wisconsin, Unions tie cause to civil rights.[Read]
pdxnag (Comment) [volokh]
KEY: Recognizing a special class of people with special privileges is toxic to free government... Note: US Civil rights is mentioned by UK Unions (video)
'March for the Alternative'? WHAT alternative? [read]
The first obvious parallel between the British and US trade union movements is their almost complete colonization by the Left. [Read]
The second obvious is the absence of priority for preventing Govt insolvency; and priority of UNION "political" agenda (US/UK)
NOTE: The Private sector has lost 23% of its wealth; while Union bargaining power remains intact...
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"Wisconsin, like other states, discriminates in favor of public employees by creating a special unique set of rules for investment trusts, for which everyone else is excluded.Hortonville Ed. Asso. v. Joint Sch. Dist. No. 1, 225 NW 2d 658 — Wis: Supreme Court 1975 [read]
One feature is the direct or indirect immunity from the private risk of investment loss for the member’s accounts. An argument could be made — should be made — that this violates equal protection."
The basic question that must be answered in the affirmative before a denial of equal protection can be found is whether a difference in treatment amounts to invidious discrimination.
Look below (special note to: ¶ 15) and see if there is favoritism (invidious discrimination) in these very limited anecdotal snippets: Professional Police Ass’n v. Lightbourn, 627 NW 2d 807
— Wis: Supreme Court 2001 [read]