Monthly Archives: September 2014

Why Jason Carter is Wrong that Teachers’ Pensions Should Supply Funding for Risky Venture Start-Up Businesses

Today, 9/22/14, there has been an active discussion regarding why Jason Carter is wrong to support a law which would require that a percentage of retired teachers’ pensions funds be used to fund risky venture start-up businesses through their Teacher … Continue reading

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The Invaluable Economic Strength That Teachers Give Back to their Communities

Read the entire page from Jim Galloway’s blog on the Atlanta Journal Constitution and notice my remarks regarding how very much teachers contribute the economic viability of their communities through their collective purchasing power. ¬†They give back, in economic strength, … Continue reading

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