TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! KANSAS CITY LABOR DAY FACT CHECK: PART-TIME WORKER NATION REVEALS DEATH OF UNION POWER!!!
Like it or not, part-time work is the future of American labor.
So, on this Labor Day in Kansas City let's fact check rhetoric regarding Union influence with a bit of cruel reality.
CHECK THIS TKC EXCLUSIVE LOOK AT LABOR ISSUES IN KANSAS CITY WHICH REVEAL THE DEATH OF UNION POWER!!!
Sadly, the outlook for Kansas City collective bargaining isn't as sweet as Gabrielle Union and her leggy hotness.
Now here are a few FUN FACTS that other Kansas City media outlets won't dare to publish:
- In Kansas City Public Schools most of the so-called "progress" involves busting the Teacher's Union who have made a tragic stand against technology in the face of their diminishing influence.
- Part-Time work is the standard in Kansas City and everywhere else amid the new Prez Obama economy . . . Part-Time Work Made Up More Than 65 Percent Of New Jobs Created In July
And worst of all . . .
FAST FOOD WORKERS DREAMING OF $15 AN HOUR EPITOMIZES THE DIMINISHING INFLUENCE OF KANSAS CITY ORGANIZED LABOR!!!
Now, a few d-bags will argue that that the Local 42 Fire Union still holds undue influence @ City Hall.
However . . . A recent, EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with new Local 42 PAC leadership reveals the group isn't chest thumbing about their power any longer and instead looks to a future that simply attempts to hold the line against increased local government austerity.
And think about this . . .
IN THE ERA OF MAYOR SLY, CORPORATE INFLUENCE NOW DOMINATES KANSAS CITY AND HAS DIMINISHED THE POWER OF ORGANIZED LABOR!!!
Rex Sinquefield and his checkbook hold more influence in Kansas City than Mr. Peanut and his sometimes union friendly bankroll.
For all intents and purposes, the part-time economy of Prez Obama has killed collective bargaining in Kansas City and throughout the nation.
What's worse is that the largely misinformed Conservative middle-class believes that union decline benefits their precarious paycheck to paycheck struggle. In fact, Labor Day is really part of the last remnants of the old republic that have been swept away and union rhetoric seems to be nothing more than a sad devotion to an ancient religion that hasn't conjured up a living wage for most American workers or given American industry the clairvoyance enough to find a sustainable business model amid a global economy that's increasingly powered by child/slave labor employed by the Chinese and other emerging nations.
Developing . . .