Legitimate Anger Over Biden’s Justifiable Move to Undercut Railway Unions; Also, Michelle Obama’s “Controversial” Insight on Marriage

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at the issues surrounding, and the anger resulting from, the move by President Joe Biden, the self proclaimed “most pro union president,” to use a nearly 100 year old law to undercut railway unions in order to avert a national rail strike as the holidays approach.  (01:42).  The guys also react to some recent comments made by Michelle Obama about marriage, including what comes along with making one work, and consider why some seemed thrown off by some of her insight (39:09).

Senate votes to avert national rail strike by forcing agreement between unions, employers (ABC News)

How an arcane 96-year-old law stopped the rail strike (CNN)

Walsh helped avoid a rail strike, but now must mend Biden administration relations with angry unions (MSN – Boston Globe)

After forcing rail deal, Biden works to smooth over labor relations (WaPo)

Contagion Nation 2020: United States Still the Only Wealthy Nation without Paid Sick Leave (CEPR)

What other countries offer workers that the US just doesn’t (Today)

Michelle Obama Said There Is “Discomfort” In Marriage And Threw The Internet Into A Frenzy (Yahoo)