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    Tag: Judges Order


    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Aug 23, 2011 at 08:48:24 AM EST
    Tags: Overpaid Faculty, Fear, Jobs, High Income Brackets, Michigan, CMU, Strike, Judges Order (all tags)

    A Judge has ordered the striking faculty back to work.  And they will.
    Faculty association leaders say members will be back in classrooms Tuesday.

    "We will obey the court order and return to work tomorrow," Laura Frey, CMU Faculty Association president, said in a statement. "But this does not end the issue. The faculty remains strong and committed to securing a fair and equitable contract for members."

    That's right you will.  

    The faculty strike was illegal. Not in the normal civil sense, but that it would have allowed the ultimate response from the administration that would be appropriate. Firing their greedy a$$es.  The use of union tactics against employers must occasionally be squashed, as in this case.  The labor tactics designed to extract all that is takeable from employers does indeed have legal refute. For Michigan taxpayers who support higher education, that is a good thing.

    But those workers, all 97% who voted to pursue the action are apparently not without some reservations about their actions.  Seeing the writing on the wall, they rightfully understand that its all over for them in this economy if they were to remain negligent and unmindful of their obligations in order to receive compensation at all.

    Nothing like wondering where the next Filet Mignon and red wine dinner will be coming from.

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    Appropriate Resolution

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Jul 13, 2011 at 01:45:20 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Mount hope church, Bash Back, Gay Activists, Violent Tendencies, Intimidation, Judges Order, Justice (all tags)

    Nick had it here first. That particular story seen today for the first time in over a year finally has a bit of conclusion to it.

    As Worldnet Daily, and WILX news report, the type of behavior seen over two years ago by the radical Pro-homosexual group bash back is not protected speech.  It is NOT acceptable to invade churches, yell profanities, scare children, and defile those sanctuaries with tossed about condoms and violent actions.

    The announcement at the time that they were intent on confrontation with conservative church goers:

    "I can tell you that we are targeting a well-known anti-queer, anti-choice radical right wing establishment."
    Left no doubt that absent capitulation by god fearing families in this state, their agenda would be heard, and accepted.

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