Must Act Quickly to Reverse Clinton
Over the next few months, President Bush must make wise nominations to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) if he wishes to reverse the decades-long domination of the federal labor board by bureaucrats who are intent on handing Big Labor bosses more power to corral workers into unions.
Each of the five members of the NLRB wields a great deal of influence, and the agency's general counsel wields even more. With three vacancies on the five-member board-plus the expiration of the general counsel's termupon us, the moment for decision is now.
Until quite recently, Clinton Administration holdovers controlled the NLRB. Now that …