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Harrington v. Chao
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The real power in the UBC and the ability to reverse the current Oligarchy established under threat and force by armed thugs under McCarrons thumb is: "knowledge"

  A lot has been posted in the UBC Blogspot about  "Harrington v. Chao", with no direct reference for the reader to disseminate information on a personal basis.

This is a link provided to you for further study-

   http://www.dol.gov/sol/media/briefs/harrington-3-8-2004.htm

  This is the core statement you will find in the conclusion:

   
  "Labor organization" is defined in Section 3(i) of the Act as:
[A]ny organization of any kind, any agency, or employee representation committee, group, association, or plan [engaged in an industry affecting commerce] in which employees participate and which exists for the purpose, in whole or in part, of dealing with employers concerning grievances, labor disputes, wages, rates of pay, hours, or other terms or conditions of employment, and any conference, general committee, joint or system board, or joint council so engaged which is subordinate to a national or international labor organization, other than a State or local central body.




And the Kangaroo court legal response was:  
 ""In fact, the district court never even applied the narrow, alternative test it believed was correct to the facts of this case. Rather, after setting forth the regulatory test and ruling the Secretary's determination "arbitrary and capricious," the court did not take the next step of actually deciding if the NERCC was a local under the particular facts here. Instead, it left it to the Secretary "to take appropriate action" (Order of November 25, 2003, JA 26) consistent with the court's holding that the Secretary's failure to treat the NERCC as a local union was arbitrary and capricious. An "arbitrary and capricious" ruling, however, even if based on an underlying presumption of local-union status, is no substitute for real findings"".
 

When you can spend a little time to read through this, please respond with your opinion.
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