Category Archives: Unions

MI Prosecutor Lets Union Off The Hook In Crowder Case *UPDATE

An Ingram County Prosecutor has dropped the investigation into the on-video assault of Steven Crowder by a union member at a Michigan rally in December. Dunnings said today the first video his office reviewed had been edited. After reviewing an … Continue reading

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MO Dems: Let’s Criminalize Attempts To Curtail The Unions

Remember when Missouri Democrats were outraged when Rep. Mike Leara introduced a bill to criminalize lawmaker attempts to strip Missourians of their Second Amendment rights? The Alan Grayson of the Missouri legislature (who I’m sure was elected on a pity vote), Rep. … Continue reading

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NYT’s Robert Mackey Suggests Crowder Attacked Tony The Union Protester

Robert Mackey, Editor of NYT’s The Lede blog, wrote a pretty suggestive piece concerning Steven Crowder and the union fight. In his piece, Mackey implies that Crowder “selectively edited” his video in a way to hide some manner of complicity in … Continue reading

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Everything About This Article Is Idiotic

Seriously. I expect this from Buzzfeed. Not so much from others. I asked on Twitter: Anyone person attempting to justify what happened to Steven Crowder or implying/saying that “he got what he deserved” puts anyone covering union protests in danger. It’s … Continue reading

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Before The Fight: Tony The Union Protester Tries To Pick A Fight

More video evidence that Tony the Union protester was the instigator. An hour before the the 3:00 into the video you can see him putting his sign in front of Steven Crowder’s face, cussing, and challenging him.

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Union Protesters Racially Slur Black Conservative

Clint Tarver’s (whose politics we don’t know) crime apparently was being black while selling hot dogs too close to conservatives. Kenneth Gladney’s (whose politics we again don’t know) was being black while selling buttons and t-shirts outside of a town hall. Stacy … Continue reading

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