David Bego's account of Big Labor's use of intimidation and corruption in an attempt to protect American freedoms is chronicled in his latest book, The Devil at Our Doorstep!
The Devil at Our Doorstep, is a non-fiction account by businessman and entrepreneur David Bego, which reads like a fast paced novel, describing the impact of labor unions on the economic and political landscape of America. He warns of the dangers to America's future posed by allowing greater control to these firmly-entrenched organizations and their political supporters and dependents, who are dedicated to elimination of the republic and the rise of socialism.
This story is seen throughout today's headlines, as Bego champions the need for National Right-to-Work legislation. The book exposes the political collusion between big labor and the liberal left, and suggests programs to restore America's future.
The book also exposes the media's support or acquiescence to Big Labor. It shows the bias, fueled by the mainstream media's philosophical agreement with Big Labor, and points out their lack of coverage on labor related topics for fear of attacks against their advertisers. Mixing personal experience with business and political policy critique, Bego presents readers with the case against those who would limit the freedoms of other Americans for their own gain.
Following the success of his first book, David was inundated with stories about Big Labor abuses, such as misuse of employee dues and intimidation from people all over the country who were tired of being bullied by Big Labor! Their riveting, and often shocking, true life stories are included, exposing the depths to which labor unions will sink to accomplish their goals!
Bego's blog, has been featured on Breitbart’s Big Government website, where he was a featured contributor. Dave has appeared on CNN and FOX Business, and he has been interviewed by Lou Dobbs, S.E. Cupp. David is a regular on radio talk shows across the country such as Zeb Bell, Barry Farber, Chuck Wilder, Jayne Carroll, Bob Harden, Pat Snyder, Lincoln Brown, Joe Messina, Elise Richmond and many others.