UFT Spending Forced Dues to Make Others Pay
New York law requires mandatory monopoly bargaining and compulsory unionism.
That means all teachers in every district must either become union members or objecting nonmembers. The New York United Federation of Teachers union is now spending those forced dues they collect to demand investors also pay their so-called “fair share”. David Cantor has the story on 74million.
Some of these 800 investors may have recognized the cut-out red shears wielded by demonstrators as the emblem of Hedge Clippers — a group formed little more than a year ago to counteract “billionaire-driven politics.” Its frequent protests of fund managers — outside their offices, at their charity events, by their homes — quickly made the group a fixture of the New York protest scene.