2 Replies to “Chicago’s “entrenched interests.””

  1. My liberal ❤’s bleeding for unions will be somewhat stanched for the duration, as too many of their members apparently decided they haven’t suffered enough — well, except for the CTU, which knows to strike early and often, and some of the unions in Michigan, which fought the good fight in trying to recall Snydely and repeal the Emergency Malefactor Law.

    1. Jon, don’t forget Wisconsin (all of those people in the state capitol, & all of those people who worked really hard to recall Walker). And Massachusetts–the state Ed. Assn. leader & membership, who repudiated the early endorsement of HRC. The New Jersey Ed. Assn. did the same, & has also been active. & I know there are others, but just not coming to mind at the moment.

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