National Labor Relations Board accepted Free Advertising from Google

Union-Controlled NLRB Suddenly Pulls Google Ads on ‘How to Start a Union’ |

The National Labor Relations Board, a governmental agency,  is funded by YOU,  and functions to encourage unionization.   It was noted that they had been running ads on Google, to this end, (worth big bucks) since 2008.

Observers figured that this was  $$ funded  $$ by You the taxpayer, and published this assumption.  This caused the NLRB to put a “fact check” on its site, announcing that those ads  were a free donation from Google.

Laborunionreport brought  up the second question as to whether the government run agency is supposed to accept freebies from a private business.

And THAT perhaps is what  caused the Google ads to suddenly disappear.  🙂

So check the links and follow this very interesting story of More Impropriety from the Union-fed Obama administration.

See the screenshots of these now disappeared Google ads.

Thanks to the folks at and for keeping a sharp eye out for us.  Could be that if you ever want to see them or the Pharm anymore, you’ll have to search on Bing ;-).

Now that the Union ads have come down from the big wide world web, perhaps Google would like to consider running them on a private intranet to teach its own employees how to unionize.  Wouldn’t that be fun?