http://www.opinionjournal.com/diary/?id=110010343 JOHN FUND ON THE TRAIL Belabor the Point Democrats find one government office they want to cut back. It's the one that exposes union corruption. Tuesday, July 17, 2007 12:01 a.m. EDT EXCERPT The new Democratic Congress has finally found a government agency whose budget It wants to cut: an obscure Labor Department office that monitors the compliance of unions with federal law. In the past six years, the Office of Labor Management Standards, or OLMS, has helped secure the convictions of 775 corrupt union officials and court-ordered restitution to union members of over $70 million in dues. The House is set to vote Thursday on a proposal to chop 20% from the OLMS budget. Every other Labor Department enforcement agency is due for a budget increase, and overall the Congress has added $935 million to the Bush administration's budget request for Labor. The only office the Democrats want to cut back is the one engaged in union oversight.