onaire who can afford …to say, all but a handful of Americans) should be concerned about what happens to Colin Kaepernick. Unemployment is being used as punishment, as retaliation. If owners can do this to a unionized millionaire who can afford top-notch legal representation, what can they do to your broke behind?
…g movement on the part of radical labor organizations and unions to break baseball’s color barrier. There was an understanding that labor is labor, and that unfairly denying a worker — any worker — the opportunity to practice his trade is an affront to the rights and dignity of work itself.