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Lawsuit challenging Madison teacher contracts is politically motivated, says One Wisconsin Now Read

This is outrageous hypocrisy when you consider them sucking money out of the public school system to private schools> Their evil truly knows no bounds!


A lawsuit accusing the Madison School Board of engaging in illegal collective bargaining to the detriment of children and taxpayers was filed by a Milwaukee-based conservative legal group that is a “front” for Gov. Scott Walker, says the director of a Madison progressive advocacy group.

“It is absolutely politically motivated,” said Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now. And it doesn’t matter that the lawsuit does not call out school board member Mary Burke — Walker’s opponent in the November election — by name, Ross says.

“This is the entity on which Burke serves,” Ross says. “Just last week, Walker started talking about Madison not taking advantage of the ‘tools’ of Act 10, then suddenly we have a lawsuit paid for by a foundation run by Walker’s campaign co-chair.”

On Sept. 3, Walker accused Burke of not harnessing the money-saving potential of Act 10 to help close the achievement gap that sees black students lagging behind white students

Read more: http://host.madison.com/news/local/writers/pat_schneider/lawsuit-challenging-madison-teacher-contracts-is-politically-motivated-says-one/article_23999c6e-39d7-11e4-89c7-f31fdcd44851.html#ixzz3D3RfyqFs


If GOP Is So Right, Why Are Red States So Far Behind?

I have a question for my Republican friends.

Yes, that sounds like the setup for a smackdown, but though the question is pointed, it is also in earnest. I’d seriously like to know:

If Republican fiscal policies really are the key to prosperity, if the GOP formula of low taxes and little regulation really does unleash economic growth, then why has the country fared better under Democratic presidents than Republican ones and why are red states the poorest states in the country?

You may recall that Bill Clinton touched on this at the 2012 Democratic Convention. He claimed that, of all the private sector jobs created since 1961, 24 million had come under Republican presidents and a whopping 42 million under Democrats. After Clinton said that, I waited for PolitiFact, the nonpartisan fact-checking organization, to knock down what I assumed was an obvious exaggeration.


http://www.nationalmemo.com/gop-right-red-states-far-behind/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=NM_Master_List&utm_campaign=Daily%20Newsletter%20-%20September%203%202014&utm_content=Final

Elton John - Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)

Just because it seems to be Elton John night and this is my favorite song and best live performance of it!




The Koch Brothers Are Losing




Even Red States Can’t Ignore Rising Green Economy

With so many homeowners and businesses making greener energy choices, private utilities — along with big oil, gas, coal, and nuclear companies — see the writing on the wall.

Unlike some other denizens of the fossil-fueled set, this gang isn’t beating oil wells into solar panels, retiring nuclear reactors, or embracing wind and geothermal power. Instead, these guys are trying to coax lawmakers into rigging the rules against increasingly competitive new energy alternatives.

You see, the bulwarks of conventional energy are good at math. And the math is increasingly not in their favor.

Solar panels are growing so affordable, accessible, and popular that sun-powered energy accounted for 74 percent of the nation’s new electric generation capacity in the first three months of this year. Wind power comprised another 20 percent, geothermal 1 percent, and natural gas plus other sources accounted for the final 5 percent.



http://www.nationalmemo.com/even-red-states-cant-ignore-rising-green-economy/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=NM_Master_List&utm_campaign=Daily%20Newsletter-%20August%2018%202014&utm_content=Final

Save the Rich!




Bill Maher Makes an Obama Hating Koch Brother Shill Look Foolish



Jack White performs "Mother Nature's Son" at the Gershwin Prize for Paul McCartney

In front of Obama and Paul McCartney..............

Awesome rendition!!!



The Craigslist Killers

A really good read...............


The preacher placed the ad: Wanted: a caretaker for a remote piece of Appalachian farmland. Housing provided. Bring all your own possessions. More than a hundred men applied; four were hired. The preacher and his "nephew" offered each a ride down to the farm. The men never knew what was going on—what bizarre scheme they'd stumbled upon. What happened next was almost too terrible to believe



http://www.gq.com/news-politics/newsmakers/201407/craigslist-killers


Putin Planning To Release Evidence Exposing 9/11 As An Inside Job

http://tellmenow.com/2014/05/putin-planning-to-release-evidence-exposing-911-as-an-inside-job/


As tensions between the U.S. and Russia remain at an all time high comparable to that of the Cold War, it seems that strong-armed Putin has had just about enough of Obama’s petty nuisances. Several analysts have recently speculated that to put Obama in his place once and for all, Putin was set to release evidence (i.e. satellite imagery) in his position that revealed the 9/11 terror attacks as an inside job.

These so called “inside jobs” are better known as false-flag attacks in which they were specifically and strategically designed so as to deceive the public into thinking something that isn’t true. In other words, U.S. officials would plan and execute an attack on America and its people that would look as though a certain enemy entity had carried out the atrocity.
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