Labor, Language, Law

I totally missed this brilliant post from Nathan Newman, written about three weeks ago. He discusses allegations of liberal censorship of conservative speech on College Campuses and takes a surprisingly refreshing new take on the topic:

But I don’t even want to talk about respective media or academic conflict, where, frankly, I think rightwingers and liberals whine too much about bias…

But let’s talk about where economic conservatives have almost monopoly control and exercise fascist-like control on a daily basis– namely the workplace.

Too strong a word? Tens of thousands of workers are fired EVERY YEAR for exercising free speech, namely advocating forming a union at work. That suppression of free speech is chronic in workplaces everywhere.