Monday, June 25, 2018


The Supreme Court has still not issued the Janus v AFSCME decision. They are saving it for the end of their June term. Who knows what that means? All I can say is they don't overturn 40 year precedents every day so this is a big deal if they overturn Abood and outlaw mandatory fair share (agency) fees in the public sector.

The unions have scheduled a rally for Janus Decision Day at Foley Square in Manhattan at 5:00 P.M.

From the Public Employees Federation:

On the day the Supreme Court issues its decision in Janus v. AFSCME, join union activists in Foley Square, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., for a protest rally (or, if there’s a miracle, a celebration). 

I would like to see something on the UFT website about this rally. I can't seem to find it there in the Action section.


Anonymous said...

Randi and her coven are sacrificing some ATRs at sunset to put the hex on Janus.

Anonymous said...

Randi ‘things can be worse’ weingarten and Mikey ‘givebacks’ are causes for why the doe is in shambles

Anonymous said...

Predicting that Janus goes in the direction of the unions. Just sayin

Anonymous said...

Yeah down, down, down.

Harris L. said...

Probably tomorrow or Wednesday, latest.

This, from Scotusblog:

"In recent years, the last Monday of June, which is typically when the court hands down the last opinions of the term; the resulting order list is usually released the following day.

They’re running a little behind this year, so it looks like the last opinions will come down Tuesday or possibly even Wednesday of this week."

Anonymous said...


James Eterno said...

Thanks Harris for info. As for the people pulling for Janus, be careful what you wish for, you may very well get it.

Anonymous said...

No union is better than one that does nothing for it's members and takea $1200 out of their pockets each year for it.

Anonymous said...

Open Minds!
Open Borders!
Open Prisons!
Open Shop?