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December 11, 2012

Today in Fox News contributors getting beat up on camera: Steven Crowder, described on his Web site as “Fox News’ brightest, funniest young Conservative mind,” found himself in the middle of a crowd full of union folks (understandably upset over the passage of the Right to Work law in Michigan earlier today) who were in the midst of tearing down a tent put up by Americans for Prosperity. Crowder was there asking questions conservative in tone. There appears to be some tight edits in the clip, so we don’t know exactly what provoked it, but this much is clear: A union guy who had enough of Crowder’s you-know-what started punching him in the head.

EDIT: The raw video, which actually aired on Fox News, appears to show an interesting detail.

20:42 // 1 year ago
I actually don’t view this as anti-union. I view it as if the unions did it appropriately, this should make them more responsive, because it really means they have to be listening to workers more attentively and really presenting the value proposition to them. Because if they were doing all the things that workers were looking for, there shouldn’t be any difference with this legislation at all. Workers would simply choose to join the union, versus not choosing.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder • Discussing his support of Michigan’s new “right to work” legislation, which the governor is expected to sign into law as early as Wednesday, during an appearance on Mike Huckabee’s radio show this morning. Union workers have rejected Snyder’s description of the new legislation, with UAW President Bob King saying that this needs to be viewed “as part of a right-wing agenda” during an interview on MSNBC. source
16:21 // 1 year ago
December 10, 2012
I think the Republican strategy in doing this so quickly is that they don’t want what Wisconsin had, dragging on for so many days. This is a blitzkrieg, and Republicans hope it’s going to be over and done with tomorrow.
"Inside Michigan Politics" editor Bill Ballenger • Discussing the Republican strategy behind passing the "right to work" law in Michigan — which looks like it may get passed on Tuesday, in a fight over unions similar to the one that took place in Wisconsin nearly two years ago. Republican Gov. Rick Snyder may or may not sign the bill into law, though Democrats are not convinced he will side with them. While citizens could band together fight the law at the polls in 2014, if the law were to pass, it would go into effect at least until then.
21:56 // 1 year ago
September 30, 2011
futurejournalismproject:

Sometimes a Crease Creates a Headline Wrinkle
And sometimes print can get you in trouble. From the Detroit Free Press: United Auto Workers Talks Shit to Ford.
If only it were so. A crease in the paper obscured an ever important “F” in the headline.
Via Poynter/Romenesko.

Our favorite newspaper foul-up since this one.

futurejournalismproject:

Sometimes a Crease Creates a Headline Wrinkle

And sometimes print can get you in trouble. From the Detroit Free Press: United Auto Workers Talks Shit to Ford.

If only it were so. A crease in the paper obscured an ever important “F” in the headline.

Via Poynter/Romenesko.

Our favorite newspaper foul-up since this one.

14:10 // 2 years ago
September 16, 2011
As America struggles with record levels of unemployment, we aimed to protect the jobs of our members - to guarantee good American jobs at a good American company. And we have done that. This contract will get our members who have been laid off back to work, will create new jobs in our communities and will bring work back to the United States from other countries.
UAW President Bob King • Announcing an agreement with General Motors on a new four-year contract. They haven’t made specifics available, but the UAW says they successfully fought back on retirement plan and health care changes, while improving profit-sharing.
23:35 // 2 years ago