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Public Unions are Public Enemy No. 1

Celebrate Homogeneity Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 10:35 AM
John: I can see opposing the Chicago teachers regarding the pay increase, but there are other things about the strike. One is performance evaluations based on student performance. This sounds like a good idea, but one has to realize that most of the students going to Chicago public schools are ineducable.

Their hunger can’t be satisfied.

In a country where government spending now makes up 40 percent of our GDP annually and where our national debt is 106 percent of our GDP, public employees are helping out their fellow citizens during tough economic times by demanding a larger slice of the shrinking national pie.

In California, the state public pension plan is stiffing private investors- even ones they just recently borrowed from to make up for poor investment performance- in order to make sure that government employees are golden.

In another case in California, the Poway Unified School District is...

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