When we observe the actions of teachers, we’re correct to wonder if they’re acting as citizens, or as teachers representing their school districts, or as union members, or in some other role.
A union petition states “What workers decide to do with their paychecks is none of the Government’s business.” I couldn’t agree more.
Can there be a point where demagoguery has been spread so deep and thick that no one believes it? KNEA, the Kansas teachers union, is about to find out.
Kansas National Education Association (KNEA), our state’s teachers union, is an effective force that denies Kansas parents the choice as to where to send their children to school. The union also works hard to deny teachers choice in representation.
Everyone would be better off without public employee unions.
KNEA attempts to persuade its members, but the arguments are all wrong.
Response to a bill being considered in the Kansas Legislature has triggered strong reaction from public employee unions. Kansas taxpayers should take notice of this extraordinary hyperbole, and hope legislators can enact this legislation for the good of Kansas.