Getting to Know Ron Paul #10: Worker’s Rights

This article is dedicated to Dr. Ron Paul’s stance on Worker’s Rights .  More info can be found at  This is #10 in a series that I am posting on here titled “Getting to Know Ron Paul”.



Freedom of association is one of the foundations of a free society.  The Founders clearly understood this, which is why they sought to protect this God-given right in the First Amendment.


While Ron Paul supports the right of every American to join a private sector union if they wish, he believes, like most Americans, that forcing workers to pay union dues just to get or keep a job is wrong.


Unfortunately, over 75 years ago, the right to decide freely whether or not to join a labor union was taken away from American workers by Congress.




As a result, national union bosses rake in $8 billion every year from workers who are forced to pay dues to a labor union just to provide for themselves and their families.


Then, to add insult to injury, Big Labor uses this forced-dues money to bankroll the campaigns of tax-and-spend, big government politicians all across the country like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Barack Obama!




That’s why Ron Paul has been a strong supporter of the National Right to Work Act in Congress.


Passage of a National Right to Work law would end forced union dues by repealing compulsory-dues provisions in federal labor law.


In addition to his support for a National Right to Work law, he also voted to defeat Big Labor’s “Card Check” scheme.


This bill would have eliminated secret ballot elections for union organizers – allowing union bosses to intimidate workers into signing themselves over to union boss control.


And he voted against the Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill.


This legislation was designed to put all American police and firefighters under the union bosses’ control – just the first step toward forcing all state and local public employees under Big Labor’s thumb.


Ron Paul’s exceptional record on Right to Work issues earned him the prestigious Everett Dirksen Award from the National Right to Work Committee.


And he’s been proud to receive the support of the National Right to Work Committee in each and every one of his Congressional elections over the years.


As President, he will continue to lead the fight to free Americans from the shackles of compulsory unionism by working to pass a National Right to Work law.

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1 Response to Getting to Know Ron Paul #10: Worker’s Rights

  1. Pingback: Ron Paul supports Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s Union Busting « The Digital Liberal Alliance

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