Strong, responsible unions are essential to industrial fair play. Without them the labor bargain is wholly one-sided. The parties to the labor contract must be nearly equal in strength if justice is to be worked out, and this means that the workers must be organized and that their organizations must be recognized by employers as a condition precedent to industrial peace. — Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis
ROB PORTMAN’S AMERICAN FOREIGN JOBS PLAN
Senator Portman Voted for Eight Outsourcing Agreements, Including NAFTA, and opposed the Auto Rescue for Ohio Jobs.
The U.S. Business Industry Council called Portman a ‘dedicated outsourcer.’
Ohio lost 100,000 jobs to China after the trade deficit ballooned under Portman’s watch as U.S. Trade Representative for President George W. Bush.
Senator Elizabeth Warren calls out trickle-down economics in fiery AFL-CIO speech.
- "The trickle-down experiment that began in the Reagan years failed America's middle class. Sure, the rich are doing great. Giant corporations are doing great. Lobbyists are doing great. But we need an economy where everyone else who works hard gets a shot at doing great!"