Michael Moore, who makes movies he calls documentaries and who is a former resident of Michigan, is pretty upset that the Michigan legislature and governor are passing a series of "right to work" statutes, the name given to legislation that forbids people from being required to join a union at their workplace.
Moore, in a rant on Twitter (a platform whose 140-character limit leaves him plenty of room to express his thoughts), complained about the laws and declared that anyone who works for him on any movie he makes will have to belong to a union. Otherwise, he will not hire them.
Unlike his movie, Capitalism: A Love Story. Or his show, TV Nation. Of course, he may just find someone else's work and "borrow" it, negating the need to hire anybody.
Preach on, big guy!