Vermont bill is a mockery of fairness

By Trevor TenBrink on Sunday, February 10th, 2013 in Unions No Comments

STOWE, Vt –  In a very well-written editorial, Vermont English teacher Peter Berger explains why he’s opposed to pending legislation that would force the state’s educators to pay a union “fair share” fee.


Union VP threatens school board, vows ‘no peace’ in Chicago

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 in Commentary, Unions, Video No Comments

By Kyle Olson EAGnews.org CHICAGO – During a Veterans Day protest – which focused on school closings, not the service of veterans – Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Jesse Sharkey said the union would go after the school board and there would be “no peace” in the city if the board follows through on a […]


Experts say union money, distortions killed ed reform programs in Idaho, South Dakota

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 in Commentary, Spending, Unions No Comments

By Ben Velderman EAGnews.org BOISE, Idaho – Election Day was just over a week ago, and most Americans are enjoying the return of normal life. Yard signs have been taken down, the robocalls have ceased, and the most obnoxious TV commercials once again belong to the pharmaceutical companies, instead of the politicians and special interest […]