Grab The Popcorn: New York Times Facing Employee Strike After Last-Minute Collapse In Talks

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(TownHall) Labor disputes are popping up everywhere in Joe Biden’s America.

Biden, the supposed friend of the working man, couldn’t resolve the rail strike without an act of Congress. Biden’s fiasco with the unions might be over, but some of his top allies, like the publication that calls itself The New York Times, don’t have an elected body to force workers to agree to the terms of management. Consequently, the liberal newspaper is bracing to see over 1,000 workers walk out today after last-minute bargaining collapsed (via Vanity Fair):



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