Readers of his column on the Chicago public school strike will no doubt be asking this question as they wade through this morass of error of fact and logic.
|By: fatster Wednesday June 20, 2012 6:17 am|
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|By: Blue Texan Sunday May 1, 2011 11:50 am|
It’s important to remember that Republican governors like Scott Walker (R-WI) aren’t just targeting unions when they go after teachers — they’re targeting public schools. Why? Because conservatives hate them.
|By: Eric Laursen Friday September 24, 2010 9:45 am|
Conservatives, including those of the Tea Party variety, aren’t “anti-government.” In most respects they are pro-government to the point of authoritarianism. What they really oppose is any form of cooperative or collective solution to the problems of a complex industrial (or post-industrial) society – especially when the beneficiaries are people they regard with suspicion or fear.