Archive for the ‘Unions’ Category

California’s emerging good government coalition

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TUSTIN, Calif. – The 2014 mid-term elections will be remembered for many things – pioneering use of information technology to comprehensively profile and micro-target voters, escalating use of polarizing rhetoric, historically low levels of voter turnout, and historic records in total spending.
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Unions demand apologies, but refuse to make any themselves

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TUSTIN, Calif. – The cover of the November 3rd edition of Time Magazine reads “It’s nearly impossible to fire a bad teacher; some tech millionaires may have found a way to change that.” Accompanying the text is a photo of a judge’s gavel about to pound an apple.
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WEAC spends $1.6 million on anti-Walker attack ads, radical groups

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MADISON, Wis. – According to new campaign finance reports filed with the Government Accountability Board, WEAC PAC, the political action committee for the state’s largest teachers union, spent approximately $1.6 million on donations to radical left-wing groups and funding for anti-Walker negative ads.
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Philly unionists act pretty much how we expect them to at school board meeting

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PHILADELPHIA – In poll after poll, parents tell us that they care about academic achievement, but that they also want schools to help instill good values. And since children are adept at drawing lessons from adults’ behavior as well as from their words, it’s always nice when teachers conduct themselves with decorum and sensitivity.
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