This is very good: Joe Biden likes to say he’s the most pro-union president in U.S. history. When he announces his expected reelection campaign in the coming weeks, he’ll get.
Wonkette asked me to write up a case for Biden being the best president for unions. I don't quite want to go that far--it's still early--but there is a case.
The Biden administration has again shown its pro-union agenda by pressuring the railroad companies to improve upon their offer to their workers and avert could have been an economic disastrous.
I am pretty agnostic over the question of whether Biden should be the nominee in 2024. I tend to think not, but then I also don't know what process would.
I was a guest on NPR's 1A show today to discuss Biden's executive plan to rebuild the labor movement. Eli Rosenberg of the Washington Post was also on the show..
I am glad Biden spoke up against Kellogg's threat to permanently replace the workers striking it because it won't give in on the horrors of the two-tiered contract. President Joe.
As the Biden administration matures, it's becoming increasingly clear which progressive issues he really cares about and which he doesn't (immigration, changing the trajectory of foreign policy). One he definitely.
Winona Laduke??? and other ???water protectors??? rally at the Wisc.-Minn. border on June 29, 2018, the morning after Line 3 is approved. They???re vowing to fight to keep the oil.