New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells it like it is. This time the topic is education budget cuts.
Like New Jersey, Kentucky has education budget challenges driven by skyrocketing benefit costs.
Like New Jersey, Kentucky also has powerful teachers’ union bosses obstructing reasonable policymakers from addressing the funding problems.
Benefits have been devouring Kentucky’s education budget increases just like in New Jersey.
Perhaps it’s time for some straight talk from Kentucky’s governor — just like the teachers’ union received from New Jersey’s governor.
Just what do you think the chances are for that?