Unions party like it’s 1886

By Larry Sand
May Day, which may have had some justification 131 years ago, has become an excuse for unions to spread leftwing propaganda. As the Communist Party USA website informs us, May 1st is a day for working people to “demonstrate their unity and celebrate those who labor and produce all wealth. But it’s also a day...

TAGS: Alex Caputo-Pearl, California Federation of Teachers, California Teachers Association, Larry Sand, May Day, National Education Association, teachers unions, United Teachers of Los Angeles

How Will Students Celebrate Labor History Month in California Schools?

By Kevin Dayton
Do you have children or grandchildren in California public schools? You may need to give some counter-instruction at home to balance the material disseminated at school assemblies and through classroom instruction during Labor History Month. As enacted by Governor Jerry Brown in 2012 through Assembly Bill 2269, the entire month of May is now designated by the state government for...

TAGS: Gray Davis, Jerry Brown, Labor History Month, May Day, University of California Miguel Contreras Labor Program