Boeing has been doing very well in spite of the worldwide economic challenges. The sales of their new 787 Dreamliner has increased production at its Washington operations and led to the development of a second production facility in South Carolina. Sounds good for job creation and for US exports and everyone should be pleased, right? It is not the case. The Obama administration and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) filed a complaint last week to block the production of the company’s 787 Dreamliner at a new assembly plant in South Carolina, a right to work state. A right to work state is a state which has a law against compulsory union membership. If the NLRB is successful, the 787 assembly will return to Washington, a union shop state, along with 1,000 jobs.