dunno if we have a thread for the tidal wave of judicial reaction that's locked in for the rest of our natural lives but let's just start one here.https://twitter.com/SCOTUSblog/status/998565321513623553https://twitter.com/scotusreporter/status/998565729732612096
unironically support reviving FDR's court-packing scheme. it was the only thing that broke the original Lochner era.
if i understand it correctly it just means they're allowed to make you waive your right to participate in a class action suit as a condition of employment. unions as entities exist in part to shape what those conditions are. so if the employer has that clause in your contract, then it's enforceable, but that's separate from whether a union negotiated a contract without it.
i feel like that whole formulation only really holds up of your conception of "working class people" is "white people with crappy houses."
I feel like mass riots and burning cities is the inevitable outcome of the current American trajectory.
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Quote from: borealis on May 21, 2018, 10:30:05 AMI feel like mass riots and burning cities is the inevitable outcome of the current American trajectory.we are on track to party like it's 1899motherfuckers want to talk about class warfare, well the days are coming when unions are going to have to form militias again