[Most so-called Liberals in the USA are actually real communists. Even Trudeau, the leader of Canada is an actual white communist … with huge connections to Jews. These people should not be tolerated. Communism is an enemy of our race. It was so in Europe and all across the Western world where Whites lived, even here in Africa. Communists are enemies, and they need to be DESTROYED. You cannot sit and co-exist with your enemy. That's madness and the USA has a long history of too much TOLERANCE for REAL ENEMIES in your midst. Its a very dangerous thing to do. These "Liberals" who are really communists, need to be RUNNING FOR THEIR LIVES … PURSURED BY WHITE MALES, READY TO DESPATCH THEM TO THE STARS. These are dangerous people … a drag on society and constantly waiting to try to disembowel and destroy the creations of our race. They need to be SMASHED TO PIECES … in every conceivable way. Jan]
Warren releases plan to benefit unions, eliminate ‘right-to-work’ states
By Evie Fordham FOXBusiness
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren rolled out a plan she described as "the most progressive and comprehensive agenda for workers since the New Deal" on Thursday.
"We cannot have a truly democratic society with so little power in the hands of working people. We cannot have sustained and inclusive economic growth without a stronger labor movement," Warren wrote on her website. "That’s why returning power to working people will be the overarching goal of my presidency."
Warren’s far-reaching plan encompasses unions, a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage, rights for domestic workers and other topics. She promised to use "bold executive action" to accomplish her plan and pledged to only nominate Supreme Court justices who are advocates for workers.
Much of Warren’s plan focuses on "reversing the steady decline in union membership." If elected, she promised to prohibit states from enacting "right-to-work" laws for allowing employees to opt out of unions.
Warren also addressed a big criticism of Medicare-for-all in Thursday’s rollout. Many union members are happy with the health care status quo since their employers pay a huge percentage of their coverage costs. Warren claimed enacting Medicare-for-all would give unions more power.
"But in every contract negotiation that unions and employers pursue, the unchecked cost of health insurance threatens to consume the agenda and crowd out progress on other important
issues like wage increases or enhanced retirement security. Medicare for All will break this pattern," she wrote. In addition, Warren pledged to:
Grant graduate students the ability to unionize and be treated as "employees"
Push for more workers to be classified as "employees," rather than "independent contractors," granting them more rights
Pass the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights and the Fairness for Farm Workers Act