The Lone Sun Blog
The latest updates on the assault from the Carpenters Local 1319

Aug
26

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Dateline 2011 Aug 25

Carpenters Protest RestaurantCarpenters Protest Restaurant – Carpenters Union Threatened, Harassed Restaurant for Work

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Dateline 2011 Jun 24-30

Chet Karnas takes on national battleFace of Business – Chet Karnas Takes on National Battle

Please visit New Mexico Business Weekly

Dateline 2011 May 27

Congress Told of Damage Done by Union CampaignBanner Battle – Congress Told of Damage Done by Union Campaign

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Oct
11

Is the Carpenters Union’s “SHAME ON” campaign part of a political agenda?  Why do they donate so much money to certain political candidates like Diane Denish in New Mexico?  New Mexico has a reputation of a “Pay-to-Play” state and the carpenter’s union donated $25,000.00 to her campaign.  She refuses to make a public statement about their disparaging acts against New Mexico businesses, yet she runs on a pro-small business platform.  Like most things political it doesn’t pass the ‘smell test’.  You can’t be pro-business and accept their actions in conjunction with their money.  It’s not ethical, honest, transparent or truthful.

Jul
22

David Barber, a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico, engages in unsightly and unruly protest marches with hired non-union protesters against his own fellow citizens.  He is shown here protesting at a church against a company and a man with a long history of civic contributions and community involvement.  Should our community have to tolerate the despicable acts against people and businesses that always give more than they take?  Shame on you, Dave Barber!

Jul
21

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Dateline 2010 Jul 19

Pickets  Disrupted MassLetters to Outlook – Pickets Disrupted Mass

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Dateline 2010 Jul 18

Antics Shame Carpenter's UnionLetters to the Editor – Antics Shame Carpenter’s Union

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Jul
16

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Dateline 2010 Jul 16

Union Hires  Nonunion PicketsTo Protest Hiring of Nonunion Help, Union Hires Nonunion Pickets – Jobless Recruits Get Minimum Wage ‘To March Around and Sound Off’

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Jul
16

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Dateline 2010 Jul 16

Union Protest  Turns RowdyUnion Protest Turns Rowdy – Police Called When Protesters’ Noise and Profanity Disrupt Church Service

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Jul
13

Carpenters Union 1319 continues its ugly campaign by loudly protesting at a church and disrupting their service until the police step in.  Louie Medina, the carpenters union organizer is a resident of California and he travels each week to New Mexico to disparage our city and create a blight on our community.

Jun
18

Carpenter’s Union 1319 is protesting and bannering businesses in New Mexico with a NEGATIVE campaign.  They are an “ANTI” business blight on the community and the environment.  Their protest sites are littered with debris from their banner holders.  Plastic snap ties and their slanderous handouts are proof positive that THEY left the litter.  But yet they protest against good people, good businesses and community members who make major contributions to the betterment of New Mexico.

Apr
01

Please read Brooke Frankenfield‘s article “Small Businessman: ‘I have the right to attack back’“, which is featured on HaltTheAssault.com.

Chet Karnas, President of Lone Sun Builders in Albuquerque, New Mexico has been a victim of abusive tactics employed by the Carpenters Local Union 1319…

Mar
31

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Dateline 2010 Mar 31

CofC Comes Out  Against BanneringAround N.M. – CofC Comes Out Against Bannering

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