Even Without Becker, Politicizing The NLRB

Thursday, February 18th, 2010 by Admin

Carter Wood has a fantastic post over at Shopfloor on politicizing the National Labor Relations Board and points to a rash of rash press statements made by the Board’s Chair, Wilma Liebman. That an NLRB chair is even making such statements is cause for concert, let along her championing the nomination of another individual (let alone, again, that of far-out Craig Becker).

Wood offers:

These are all familiar discussions in the political sphere and in policy disputes. But the NLRB is a quasi-judicial agency,

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2 Responses to “Even Without Becker, Politicizing The NLRB”

  1. February 19th, 2010 at 8:49 am

    Shopfloor says:

    [...] Finally, we draw your attention to yesterday’s post here at Shopfloor.org on the political PR campaign by the current chairman, Wilma Liebman, undermining the board’s

  2. February 19th, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    Gary says:

    “Disinterested referee”? Since when was any liberal “disinterested” (impartial)? It’s not possible.