20 July 2014 0 Comments

Personnel is Policy: Tom Corbett, Acting Sec. of ED Dumaresq and the PSEA

Corbett’s cordial relationship with teachers’ unions tells us why K-12 unionized, government bureaucracy cost so much. (Hat tip to Pennsylvanians for Union Reform  and Jim Panyard  for this  27 August  2013 report. The PSEA has been the most well-financed and very effective opposition to pension finance reform. Personnel is Policy: PSEA’s person is Pennsylvania Secretary […]

16 August 2012 0 Comments

The Enemy Within: Republicans Selling Out Republicans Part 2- Rep. Bill Adolph -Republican House Appropriations Chair – Good Jobs Pa PAC – PSEA-PACE PAC – HD 79

Do you wonder why Right to Work doesn’t pass? Why Pension Reform doesn’t get done? Why School Tax Referendum bill is watered into uselessness? Why real deal School Choice doesn’t happen? Why real tax reform never happens? There is an answer: Union Republicans manipulated by Union Financiers and Union Organizers manipulating the agenda to undermine […]

30 June 2012 0 Comments

Daylin Leach School Choice Part 5: Education Reform – The Pennsylvania Constitutional Mandate for “…thorough and efficient system of public educatin”

Kevin P. Chavous is an eloquent writer and a hands on, practical politician who “got it done” for the school kids of Washington, DC.  Mr. Chavous makes the point that the issue is ‘non-partisan”. I have to disagree. This issue is very political. The current education system and regime is government created, government maintained, and […]

29 June 2012 0 Comments

Daylin Leach School Choice Part 4: PSEA’s Impressive Campaign Support for Daylin Leach – The Face of Hypocritical Double Standard

Campaign Finance Expenditure PSEA to Democrat Daylin Leach Search Results 1/20/2010 to 6/24/2011  Expenditure Details We are impressed how PSEA helps its friends   PSEA THE LEVIATHAN LOBBY : The most well-funded and  powerful special interest in Pennsylvania, driving up the Forgotten Taxpayer’s cost burden  for K-12 government schools and public sector pensions. The face […]

15 February 2012 0 Comments

The Forgotten Taxpayer Relief Act: Instruction Not Construction – Taj Mahal School Construction at Prevailing Wage

We, the people, need to focus on the instruction our kids are getting and what they are learning. Too much emphasis has been on construction and not instruction. Rep. Doug Reichley voted for this common sense fiscal bill that reminds us that it is the productive taxpayer, who works, saves and invests and profitable, private […]