Since Congress must start all over again to fix the money troubles at the U.S. Postal Service, it should do so the right way.
The nation's largest coal companies created the spin-off company, Patriot Coal, in a scheme to rob thousands of union members and beneficiaries of their pensions and health care benefits.
The rights of public service workers seem to be of no consequence to Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn.
Under this plan, financed by Pitney Bowes, the entire Postal Service would become a series of private companies.
The hunger strikers called on postal management to suspend cuts and closures and allow Congress to fix the finances by repealing the prefunding mandate and refunding the pension surplus.
On December 20, 2005, thousands of workers began what was to be a three-day strike of the New York City transit system over retirement, pension and wage issues.
Coca-Cola's attempt to get rid of the Teamsters and a union contract in Las Vegas fizzled out like so much bad soda.
While the USPS was closed on Veterans Day, Portland, Ore. postal employees used their day off to say that if USPS really wants to honor veterans, it should hire them.
Workers launched an unprecedented day of coordinated action across Europe Nov. 14, in the biggest fightback yet.
"Our members' unwavering solidarity throughout the bargaining process in the face of management's high-risk scare tactics and demands for major cutbacks has been rewarded."