Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Interview with Cornell University concerning Labor Organizing.

I was interviewed by Cornell University about Employer and Union organizing tactics used in a couple of my campaigns in Southern California. It was kind of neat to relive the experience of leading a successful campaign, and kind of bummer to recall a huge loss and how that happened.

I was honored to be able to help Cornell in their quest to have data base of all kinds of different reforestation elections to show patterns and trends and lobby politically over the weaknesses of the National Labor Relations Board in protecting and honoring the workers right to organize.

Go union!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you tell them how you sucked up to the carpet bagging socialist Cheese-bro? There's some great union work!

samoasoftball said...

Uh, I must have missed that question. No, Humboldt County Politics did not come up. Imagine that. The call was from Ithica NY.

rick said...

Good Job Pooh,
Its been along time running, About time somebody stands up and notices your work.

Hows Robins deal with the school board going.
Rick

Anonymous said...

Boy, Cornell is really scraping the bottom of the barrel.

Anonymous said...

not diss'n you ballboy,it's just that when you rub up aganist a pile of poop you come away smelling.

samoasoftball said...

Rick-As you know, Robin is a low key type, but she is picking up as far as money coming in. She is really doing well in the early stages.

mresquan said...

Are you her campaign manager,Richard?

samoasoftball said...

Mark: So far no official Chair. I will run the financial part as Treasure. Beginning of school year has been busy time for Robin.