Why not a ‘Capital Day,’ too?

“Capital without labor means machines with no operators, or financial resources without the manpower to invest in,” writes Larry Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education and recent keynote speaker at the Bluegrass Institute’s 1792-Never out of date campaign kick-off dinner. “Labor without capital looks like Haiti or North Korea: plenty of people working…

Teachers union ‘desperate,’ resorts to race-baiting while 10,000 apply for vouchers

‘”When parents have more choices, the traditional status quo bureaucracy gets desperate. And desperate people do desperate things,” said Kevin Chavous, Black Alliance for Educational Options board member, in response to a tweet by the Bayou State’s teachers’ union yesterday that read: “Louisiana BAEO supports pro-KKK curriculum via vouchers.” Of course, as Chavous goes on…

Appalachia deflecting the EPA’s onslaught

Despite the current administration’s few remaining opportunities to fulfill a promise to bankrupt coal-fired power plants, Appalachia is successfully deflecting these onslaughts in courts of laws. Over the past month, there have been at least three examples of the EPA being exposed for trampling over the states’ constitutional rights. First, the lawsuit originally filed in…

High pay + poor performance = rejected contract

Question: What happens Brownsville, PA when the highest paid teachers in the state have some of the poorest performing schools? Answer: The school board flatly rejects the teachers’ union’s new contract proposal. From EAGnews.org: Brownsville Area School Board director Nena Kaminsky recently made headlines when she convinced her colleagues to reject a proposed teachers union contact, and told…