Pensions. This is not about “I can’t believe this is happening to me.”

I agree with both Mike and Fred Klonsky. “What still amazes me is how little weight supposedly pro-teacher progressives place on the pension-theft issue.”

Fred Klonsky

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Anne and I went to the Chicago Theater Monday night to hear Louis C.K..

One of his recurring themes is the self-absorption he finds among many folks. As if everything that might be going wrong in our world is just personal.

“I can’t believe this is happening to me!”

Trust me. I don’t take the attack on public employee benefits personally.

It’s not just happening to me.

Although I seem to have a hard time convincing my friends.

Today brother Mike writes in his blog about something I talk about all the time.

What still amazes me is how little weight supposedly pro-teacher progressives place on the pension-theft issue. It remains virtually ignored at most progressive-ed conferences, including a couple coming up here in the next few months. Plus many progressives turned the Quinn campaign into a (losing) religious crusade which sucked up union money like a massive vacuum cleaner, leaving little…

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