of people are rooting for her.
They just keep it quiet.
These are the same folks who voted for Trump.
Has to be unnerving for the left.
they understand what's going on in this country.
It's this imperceptible, silent revolution that keeps them off balance.
something, but can't quite identify the quiet forces at work.
Those very same reticent forces are alive and well, when it comes to the NEA.No
worker should be compelled to join or pay dues to a union just to get or keep a job.
As of early February, one of the shortest bills ever introduced is gaining traction.
It's what was taken out
of the bill that gives it meaning.Union officials no longer have the power to extract dues from nonunion workers as a condition of employment.
Those very same quiet forces are at work to make Pennsylvania a Right to Work
So what will it do for Pennsylvanians?
Overall, they will enjoy greater private sector job growth and higher disposable incomes than their counterparts in states without
Right to Work protections.
What will it do for teachers and students?
Quite simply, it will thin the herd, thereby decreasing the likelihood of holding Pennsylvania school students captive ...
thereby opening the doors to other, more effective means of educating them, because let's face it folks,
our present system of Public Education probably stopped function in the mid 1960s, and it's been a downhill, death spiral ever since. *
Surprisingly enough, union members themselves are jumping on the Right to Work
to, as they're now well aware that taxpayer wrath is ever encroaching.
If you believe that workers should be free to choose, without an encumbrance on their wallet for making these kinds of choices, then why not call U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district, Tim Murphy. Let him know how you feel. He can be reached at 202-225-2301. Naturally, you'll get a recording. Let your voice be heard anyhow.
Simply leave the message that you believe Pennsylvanians shouldn't be subjected to PAY
to go to work. Tell him you support National Right to Work Act (H.R. 785) in the U.S. House of Representatives.
You can also call U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 14th congressional district, Mike Doyle, and voice the same concerns.Union protection for teachers?
Enough is enough.
Look. Fixing Public Education would be a walk-in-the-park, compared to fixing Healthcare, but it starts with ... *... you.Had enough yet?