Monthly Archives: April 2017

Attorney general joins the attack on educators

  Attorney General Ken Paxton, who went to court to defend Texas’ very bad school finance system, is still attacking educators. He is doing so, I suspect, to try to keep himself relevant to right-wingers – his political base — … Continue reading

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Dan Patrick disrespects educators, then misleads public

  It is bad enough when an elected policymaker promotes a bad policy. It is worse when an elected policymaker promotes a bad policy and then tries to mislead the public with, shall we say, “alternative facts” about it. (I … Continue reading

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Senate did NOT protect any taxpayers from voucher bill

  Sen. Charles Perry of Lubbock may think he fooled his constituents when he voted for a private school voucher bill that they don’t like. But the only person he may have outfoxed was himself. Perry admitted that the voucher … Continue reading

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