Do the reckless anti-union machinations by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker make him the Charlie Sheen of politics? If only celebrated actor Martin Sheen received the same media exposure as his "troubled" son Charlie. Never has his long-time work for union rights been more needed in the public and media arenas. Five months before the statehouse crisis in Madison, Wisconsin awakened our nation to the enduring legacy of union rights. Five months before the statehouse crisis in Madison, Wisconsin awakened our nation to the enduring legacy of union rights, the elder Sheen was walking the picket line with Fairmont Royal York Hotel workers during the Toronto Film Festival. Invoking his own union membership, Martin Sheen told the hotel workers striking for better contracts and collective bargaining rights to "stick to it like a stamp." Appearing in Toronto last fall for the premiere of "The Way", his son Emilio Estevez's new film on a father-son journey for redemption along the famed Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail in northern Spain, Martin Sheen reminded the world of his extraordinary commitment to unions, human rights and a sense of humanity in his younger son Charlie's downward spiral.