Frances Scott Piven: The Tea Party is all about sex

Don’t I wish!  Fran’s opinion on what the Tea Party is and what it is all about. Problem is, she apparently never attended a meeting. In case you don’t get to the comment section, here is  Questioning with Boldness take on the matter:

If I’m to follow all of her logic…

The ‘sane’ people of the left need to be on the lookout for: Dangerous, angry, rich, old white people who will be running around with a Constitution in their hands and probably talking about the second amendment while they are now trying to get it on with your leg or something.

H/T Glenn Beck The Blaze

Check out our earlier story: Frances Scott Piven rings in the new year by calling for violent revolution

Feds threaten to sue states over union laws

This one is a puzzle to me. It appears we already have conceded that the secret ballot is no more? Because employers now have the option of recognizing a secret ballot for unionization? So we have the FCC, the EPA the NLRB on the move this week. No grass growing under the Regime’s feet apparently. Hello Arizona, looks like they are coming your way again.

Solomon is asking the attorneys general in South Dakota and Utah for official statements agreeing that their amendments are unconstitutional “to conserve state and federal resources.”

The National Labor Relations Board on Friday threatened to sue Arizona, South Carolina, South Dakota and Utah over constitutional amendments guaranteeing workers the right to a secret ballot in union elections.

The agency’s acting general counsel, Lafe Solomon, said the amendments conflict with federal law, which gives employers the option of recognizing a union if a majority of workers sign cards that support unionizing.

The amendments, approved Nov. 2, have taken effect in South Dakota and Utah, and will do so soon in Arizona and South Carolina.

Business and anti-union groups sought the amendments, arguing that such secrecy is necessary to protect workers against union intimidation. They are concerned that Congress might enact legislation requiring employers to allow the “card check” process for forming unions instead of secret ballot elections.

In letters to the attorney general of each state, Solomon says the amendments are preempted by the supremacy clause of the Constitution because they conflict with employee rights laid out in the National LaborRelations Act. That clause says that when state and federal laws are at odds, federal law prevails.

More at  Yahoo news

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