I recently interviewed former Bush adviser and Kentucky native Scott Jennings, state director of the Coalition to Protect Kentucky Jobs, while guest hosting on the Les Naiman Show on WGTK-AM 970. The coalition is a project committed to stopping “card check” — Big Labor’s attempt to use government to increase its membership, which means more dues monies for political activity.
If passed, workers would be denied the sacred American tradition of a secret ballot when voting on whether to organize a labor union in their workplace. Other consequences include the fact that up to 600,000 jobs could be lost in the second year following passage of such a bill.
Jennings will be discussing the issue and taking your calls live at (347) 637-3086 on Louisville’s Kentuckiana Grassroots Radio tonight at 6:30 p.m.