Chicago Teachers Union forgets the veterans on Veterans Day

November 13, 2012

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By Kyle Olson

CHICAGO – On Monday, November 12th (the observed Veterans Day), the Chicago Teachers Union organized a protest, not to honor vets, but to protest school closures. Ironically, all Chicago Public Schools were closed that day to supposedly honor military veterans who served out nation.

Judging by the resistance of union activists to answer simple questions on the attached video, it’s unlikely EAGnews will be on the CTU’s Christmas – oops, we mean winter holiday card list.

And let’s hope all the four-letter words used during the protest aren’t standard fare in Chicago classrooms each day – those days, of course, that they aren’t on strike or embracing some radical political agenda instead of American exceptionalism.

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  1. Victor Hamel says:

    These are very good Pictures, of what Live Zombies and a few Robots..Look like, being led around by the Nose, not having a clue of what they are doing.

  2. Exactly what I would expect coming from the city which gave us the Socialist Obummer…

  3. gwedem5995 says:

    And to think they are educating the future leaders. Can’t people wake up and see what is going on all around the world with countries broke and people upset because they don’t get all their free stuff. Don’t intelligent people know that money has to come from somewhere and the most who don’t contribute, the less you have. I am sosick of them demonizing the rich people. Ask yourself a question, were you ever hired by a poor person.

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