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Tidbits - June 2, 2011

* AMAZING momentum urging President Obama to give 
  Elizabeth Warren a recess appointment
* missing URL - Spain Protests: Shocking Photos and Videos
* Another responses to Steve Early, A "Union of Their
  Dreams" Becomes a Nightmare (Howard Ryan)
* New Labor Documentary "Locked Out" (Joan Sekler)
* Re: Change in Union Strategy? Returning Labor to Its 
  Social Movement Roots  (Kim Scipes)
* Re: Change in Union Strategy...Labor's Hail Mary Pass
  (Martin Morand, Harvey)
* Re: Bringing Obama Home - His Home is Not My Home 
  (Kay McVay, R.N.)
* Re: Al Fishman Presente! - Long-time Peace Activist and 
  Socialist (Kevin Martin)
* Re: Mobile Mugging: The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger 
  (Peg McCormack)
* Re: Changing Marriage Patterns Reflect Economics and Class
  (Susan Rosenthal)

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* AMAZING momentum urging President Obama to give Elizabeth
Warren a recess appointment

* Washington Post: "10,000 people an hour in the first five
hours..."
* Washington Post: "75,000 signatures in eight hours."
* Slate.com: "100,000 signatures strong now"
* American Banker: "150,000 signatures in less than 24
hours"
* Politico: "175,000 signatures supporting her in just two
days"
* Huffington Post: "over 225,000 petitioners calling on
Obama to go around Senate Republicans and just name her to
the bureau she created already."

Now we're at 244,000 signatures!

Tomorrow, Congressional Progressive Caucus leaders will
announce our letter's progress at a press conference and
then meet with the President!

Can you help us get to 250,000? Click to share this message
on Facebook:
http://act.boldprogressives.org/go/3839?akid=3979.665729.2UgQJR&t=1

We need to get 250,000 Elizabeth Warren supporters by noon!
We're close -- please sign here!

(Or forward this email to friends and ask them to sign
here.)
http://act.boldprogressives.org/go/3840?akid=3979.665729.2UgQJR&t=2

Thanks for being a bold progressive.

Stephanie Taylor, Adam Green, Matt Wall, and the PCCC team
(Progressive Change Campaign Committee)

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* missing URL - Spain Protests: Shocking Photos and Videos

Sorry, we left off the URL on this post on FRiday night.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-05-27/spain-protests-unemployment-economy-shocking-photos-and-videos/?cid=hp:mainpromo2

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* Another responses to Steve Early, A "Union of Their
Dreams" Becomes a Nightmare

I have a question first. When I tried replying to the Steve
Early discussion, I got a message saying I'm not authorized
(or that my email address is not authorized). Please advise.

Anyway, here is what I wanted to post (in the discussion
about staff unions generated by Steve Early's article on
UFW):

I've been a staffer for SEIU, AFT, CWA, and others, in many
cases covered by a staff union contract. I see union staff
as working people, who are typically overworked, and who
need a collective voice just like other working people. But
that argument for staff unions is a bit too easy to make.
Let's complicate things.

Let's take a top-down union where a progressive rank-and-
file caucus comes to power. While the entrenched leadership
were voted out, their staff remains. And that staff
(speaking here of the field reps, let's leave aside the
admin staff for now) have the orientation of the old guard.
That is, they have a business union/service orientation, not
an organizing or rank-and-file empowerment orientation. They
wouldn't know how to do the latter, and are resistant to
retraining. The new leadership would like to dump these reps
and bring in some kickass organizers from their caucus. But
they can't fire the old-guard reps because they're covered
by a union contract with just-cause provisions, and these
reps are good performers from a narrow business-union
standpoint. Meanwhile, they're pulling down average salaries
of $70,000 -- much more than the rank and file make -- and
decent pensions.

So, the now the new leadership is quite constricted. They
cannot serve the rank and file the way they would like
because they're stuck with an old-guard and overpaid staff.
Here is a case where staff unionism runs into major conflict
with the union's good, progressive goals. I know a few
unions that face this very predicament.

So what do you do? Attempt to negotiate new job
descriptions, and after that fails, take it to impasse and
impose the change? Then apply months of scrutiny of the
reps' performance under the new standards, document like
hell, until you can run them through progressive discipline
and finally get rid of them? That's quite an undertaking
while you 're busy try to fight the big employers out there
and build rank-and-file power.

Or maybe you'll get lucky and be able to buy out the old-
guard staff. Or maybe just make life hell for them until
they get the message and leave of their own accord.

Either way, it all describes a situation in which a staff
union becomes a chain around the neck of the union and
stands in opposition to the needs of the rank and file.

A couple of respondents said they didn't want a staff union
for addressing union policy but only to address staff
working conditions. But working conditions and policy are so
often inseparable.

I'm not trying to argue against staff unions here, but
rather to point out problems and complexities. It is often
the case that staff unions are (as in Paul Krehbiel's
example at SEIU 660) a positive and progressive force within
a union.

Howard Ryan

==========

* New Labor Documentary "Locked Out"

I recently completed a 1 hour documentary entitled, "LOCKED
OUT" which is a David and Goliath story of how 560 ILWU
workers in the desert town of Boron, California refused to
accept wage and benefit cuts by their employer, Rio Tinto,
and on January 31, 2010, were locked out of their jobs and
replaced by scabs. Rio Tinto is a giant multinational
corporation which has been sued in the past for anti-union
tactics and environmental devastation.

The workers mobilized and organized a huge campaign around
the U.S. and internationally and Rio Tinto finally caved in
after 107 days, signed a decent contract, and brought the
workers back to their jobs.

This is an inspiring story of how to fight against corporate
greed.  The website, with a 2 minute trailer, and where you
can order the DVD for only $20.00 is: www.lockedout2010.org

Joan Sekler 
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* Re: Change in Union Strategy? Returning Labor to Its
Social Movement Roots

I have a lot of respect for Roger Bybee, but I've got to
profoundly disagree with his analysis of the changing AFL-
CIO leadership.  Much like many progressives who saw
something progressive in Barack Obama, I think Bybee is
laying his hopes on someone--Rich Trumka--who has really
shown little to nothing of what Bybee is seeking.

Trumka can give good speech, but I want to see him DO
something.  (And personally, I don't think any of his
speeches or statements should be carried on progressive news
sources until he actually does something progressive.)

So, Trumka's not happy with the Dems.  Goodness knows, he's
had YEARS to come to the startling conclusion that they
generally don't give a damn about working people.  But what
is Trumka's alternative?  Not giving money to the Dems,
without an alternative, means conceding to the Republicans--
and THAT'S certainly going to help working people:  not.
Because of that reality, what I think will happen is that
Trumka will huff and he will puff, but at the end of the
day--when he needs something, or when he thinks about
President Sarah Palin/Mitt Romney, etc., he'll roll right
over, kiss and make up with the Dems.  Cause he's got no
other cards in his hand.  (And the Dems know it.)

What he should do, if he's serious, is say something like,
"We'll back the Dems in 2012, but we're going to lay the
ground work for a new political party that will compete in
every strong Labor state in 2016 or 2020, and nationwide
soon after."  And then, he should say, we are going to
launch an intensive education campaign within everyone of
the AFL-CIO's affiliates, and we're going to immediately
begin raising money to fund this operation--and we're going
to go to our members and, after extensive discussion, seek
to have them join in the funding.  And at the same time,
we're going to begin educating our members about power and
how this country really works, here in the United States and
around the world.  And we're going to "let 1000 flowers
bloom" and bring in the widest range of
speakers/educators/thinkers into our union halls, and get
them to educate our members, their partners and their
children--and the rest of their kin--with the broadest, most
inclusive range of thinking in existence.  No subject is
going to be off-limits.  We going to build militant social
movements to force elected officials to do what the American
people want. We're going to fully fund a labor media effort,
including TV and radio and the Internet, and we're going to
fight to convince people of the superiority of our ideas and
our plans.  We're going to join with community groups in
every community where we have local unions, and we're going
to build real, two-way coalitions, where we ask our friends
for their support, and where we volunteer our support to
them and their issues, even if they appear to have nothing
immediately to do with Labor.   And as we build this new
political party, we are going to ensure that is, in fact,
run in the most democratic manner possible, and we in Labor
are not going to even try to control it except, perhaps,
with the force of our ideas.  We are truly going to create a
"People's Party," and we're going to address issues that
will help the American people like national health care, the
escalating income inequality, institutional racism and
sexism, the inadequate educational system, the capitalist
economic system that is able to provide jobs--and especially
good paying jobs--to fewer and fewer people, and the
environmental crisis that is threatening the existence of
humans, plants and animals in the next century if we don't
drastically reduce--not stop, but reduce--greenhouse gas
emissions in the next 20 years.

And after that, he should address the limited democracy in
our unions, and besides arguing for member-run unions at all
levels, he should fight for term limits, and especially at
the higher levels of the affiliates and the AFL-CIO itself.

And if he says, all of this, and he starts actively
mobilizing resources to do something like this, then I'm
willing to begin considering what he says.

But then, before I get weak, I'm going to look at the AFL-
CIO's foreign policy program.  As long as the AFL-CIO's
Solidarity Center is affiliated with the National Endowment
for Democracy (NED), then I'll know he's got his fingers
crossed behind his back when he speaks.

I say all of this because I know two things:  (1) the only
way we can understand what is going on in the world is when
we include the global level in our analyses--just looking at
things at the national level, while necessary, is not
sufficient.  And (2), until the AFL-CIO leadership
consciously rejects the US Empire--by rejecting its wars,
its obscene amount of spending for our war machine, its
efforts to dominate every other country and people in the
world, its distortion of our economy, its devastation of the
environment globally, and everything else--then Trumka (or
any other AFL-CIO leader) is just pulling our legs.

Solidarity forever, domination never!

Kim Scipes, National Writers Union
Chicago
Author, The AFL-CIO's Secret War against Developing Country
Workers:  Solidarity or Sabotage? (Lanham, MD:  Lexington
Books, 2010).

==========

* Re: Change in Union Strategy...Labor's Hail Mary Pass

"the rate at which private-sector unionization continues to
fall (which in turn imperils support for public-sector
unions)"

The differential between rates of unionization in private vs
public sector raises  issues/answers, one obviously being
the portability of many private sector (mostly
manufacturing) jobs. But construction and mining were
unionized Before Manufacturing. Hotels, Healthcare,
Hospitality don't go overseas so easily. So, why else?

Because labor legislation works in the public sector much
more effectively.  The private sector boss who is reported
in the press to have been found guilty of an Unfair Labor
Practice (i.e. breaking the law) gets a friendly slap on the
back and an offer to buy a beer at the country club. The
public sector CEO (Mayor, Governor, etc.) who is found
guilty of breaking the law may actually lose his job.  Voters
don't think illegal behavior should be rewarded at the
ballot box.

Which leads us to consider the question of law Enforcement.
If there were no state cops stopping speeders, issuing
tickets which led to serious fines and loss of license to
drive, what would our highway safety laws mean?

Consider: No employer has spent one day in jail for "merely"
breaking the labor laws. Then contrast what happens in
Toronto where the labor law is copied, word for word, from
our Wagner Act. Radio Shack behaved towards its workers
like they routinely do here -- and was fined $100,000 (three
decades ago, when that was real money.) The maximum PROPOSED
here (in EFCA) is $20,000.

Consider: a worker illegally fired for joining a union may
(years later) win reinstatement AND back Pay.  But... the
worker is required to "mitigate" the employers damages by
working and any earnings are deducted from the back pay.
(Fortunately, if he earns more than he lost in the non-union
job, he is not required to give the extra money to the old
boss!)

Consider: So-called WORKERS Compensation effectively
protects the boss and his managers from punishment for
illegal and unsafe practices. Massey Energy's repeated
violations of the Mine Safety Health Administration rules
led to many miners' deaths. Nobody ever goes to jail for
these behaviors.  The company's insurance may pay - and it
is all tax deductible.

Unless and until our labor laws (and financial regulations
and other "business" laws) get real teeth they remain
toothless tigers. THAT'S how cum public sector unionism has
thrived under laws -- government "bosses" do not so freely
violate them.

Martin Morand

===

the meyerson column led me to think of the greatest social
movement i have ever seen-solidarity in poland . i was solo
bicycling in poland at the time, and to see the movement up
close. two things: the solidarity hq was in an old school
building in warsaw, with an open area surrounded by
staircases going up to multilevel rooms. on the walls as you
went up you saw photo after photo of the front line of
marches. then you noticed that the front line didn't have a
group of familiar faces. so when i later said to a
solidarity "intellectual worker" that i was astonished at
the organizing skills to represent the people, he answered,
"Solidarity does not represent the people; it is the
people."

Harvey

==========

* Re: Bringing Obama Home - His Home is Not My Home
Very good, what I believe too. Carl you are right on.

IN UNITY

Kay McVay, R.N.
President Emeritus
California Nurses Association
National Nurses Organizing Committee

==========

* Re: Al Fishman Presente! - Long-time Peace Activist and
Socialist

Thank you for this great collection of tributes to our
brother Al!

Kevin Martin

==========

* Re: Mobile Mugging: The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

The only problem is that ATT is the only wireless provider
that is unionized.  The guys putting up the money to oppose
this merger are mostly Verizon executives and the usual cast
of suspects who want to keep T-Mobil union "free".  The RED
STATE blog is devoting a lot of time and energy opposing
this merger in order to keep wireless providers union free.
Don't be misled.

Peg McCormack,
Teacher, Butte College, California

==========

* Re: Changing Marriage Patterns Reflect Economics and Class

This is a prime example of how rising exploitation deepens
oppression. Falling male incomes have caused the working-
class family to shrink to its minimum biological size so
that, increasingly, single mothers bear the burden of
reproducing the next generation. It's also an example of how
academic research so often fails to see the forest for the
trees.

Susan Rosenthal

==========

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