#rsrh Rooting for *injuries*? Pshaw!

I’m rooting for Mutually Assured Destruction.

A strike called by unpaid Huffington Post contributors received a major boost Wednesday with a call to arms released by the national Newspaper Guild.

The industry association called on contributors not currently on strike to cease contributions and asked members to help by “shining a light on the unprofessional and unethical practices of this company.”

The Newspaper Guild boasts 26,000 members and is affiliated with the Communications Workers of America (CWA). The CWA is affiliated with the AFL-CIO.

Via Glenn Reynolds, who also reminds us that the CWA hits women.   So, really, there’s no need to intervene in this particular cage match…

Moe Lane


  • Mike says:

    Gee…those HuffPo writers finally realized they were being used…a little too late now, dontcha think?

  • UtahMan says:

    No need to intervene, but there is a need to make popcorn and find a comfy chair…

  • BigGator5 says:

    Actually, I kind of feel a little sympathy towards the Huffington Post. I mean afterall, politics aside, this is a for-profit business fighting a union strike. These people knew what they were getting into by writing “for free” when they wrote for the HuffPost. I know for a fact that I am being used by RedState, but I am also using RedState at the same. Like I said before, I enjoy my relationship with RedState for now. If at any time someone wants to buy my work, I’ll be more than happy to sell it to them. In the mean time, I am writing a book which I hope will sell on Amazon’s Kindle to make a few bucks.

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