Matt Patterson of ATR’s Center for Worker Freedom had an op-ed published at titled National Labor Relations Board Targets Tennessee:

The United Auto Workers (UAW) — having sucked Detroit dry  — is looking South for fresh blood. 

The union lusts after Chattanooga’s Volkswagen plant, tucked like a gleaming jewel among the mountains and waterways of Southeastern Tennessee.  And it’s getting more-than-a little help from friends in Washington in its push to organize the facility.

Late last week the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) dismissed complaints from Chattanooga VW workers that the union had illegally used coercion and misrepresentation to gain signatures on union authorization cards.

The UAW has been a left-wing ATM machine for decades.

After the NLRB news broke, word spread like wildfire in the community that the long-threatened union election was imminent. 

Katie Pavlich of picked up ATR’s analysis of President Obama’s expected SOTU announcement of a tax increase on employers:

“According to Americans for Tax Reform, President Obama will call for yet another tax on employers during tomorrow's State of the Union speech at a time when the country still faces anemic job growth.