State thieves verses union thieves—the longer both sides fight each other, the less damage they both do politically and financially to liberty.
Government and unions are two thieves both fighting over who gets more— the State who caused the problem to begin with by allowing unions and the unions who are unhappy with their take of the booty and want more.
The unions want more, not based on merit, but because they're a union. The State, unconcerned about education, wants the power to spend taxpayer money where it pads their pockets.
I respect teachers, not all of them, but most have a desire to teach and help. If they're smart enough to go to college, graduate, and get a job, let them negotiate their salary and working conditions. They're always free to say "no!"
Education is too important to be left to the likes of government and unions.
hi. my name is Jake Whitaker. The comment that you posted on the article "The last night in the life of Jeff Whitaker" saying how my father died in a spare bedroom in Mr. Cooks home deeply offended me. If you can I'd greatly appreciate it if you can delete that insulting comment.