Don't take this the wrong way, but if you can't go after unions, then you might as well just ditch your project. They are the biggest cancer on the economy and you would look silly avoiding it.
Taxed will affirm that I am not the sharpest dweeb in the woodpile when it comes to modern technology. That said, I went to the trouble of learning basic HTML and how to build a site from scratch, upload the right files to a host and then manage it using commonly-available free software. I did not use Blogger or somewhere that could be pressured by outsiders.
You claim you opened your blog but don't know how it runs? Did it ever occur to either of you two to actually make PRACTICE POSTS, before sending a link to your URL to anyone else? In other words, you moved far too early with far too little research if you can openly say you don't understand how blogs work.
Blogs are EASY. Software for blogs is EASY. It's having the guts to speak openly---THAT
is what matters, and here I agree with Taxed (Lord of Linux, don'tcha know)
when he says, in effect, grow a set or get the hell off the Internet.