Saturday, February 04, 2017

Pitch Pouts Over Devos Pay For Play

Our Kansas City "alternative" paper follows DNC talking points about money that clearly paid for political favors . . . Which is cool . . . But also applies to Hillary Clinton's speaking engagements with Goldman Sachs that partisan loyalists conveniently ignore.

The real news is that local counter-culture seems a lot like tuning into MSNBC nowadays.

You decide . . . Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts could vote against Betsy DeVos for education secretary - but he owes her

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I prefer Fox News.
But during the election I bought some old Michael Moore DVDs to level off my TV.

Anonymous said...

On the flip side, Collins and Murkowski have reaped large contributions from the teachers Union, hence their votes against DeVos. Their are snakes on all sides which is why the time of career politicians must end.

Anonymous said...

just having a good faith person not beholden to the grip of the unions might be a good place to start.

she seems sincere and devoted to education.

Anonymous said...

This is an unfair comment on Roberts.

Anonymous said...

It's going to be a very long four, or even eight years, for people like the folks at the Pitch, and all the marchers, looters, arsonists, alt-left bloggers, Huffington Post stringers, and all the rest.
Every little decision or event will be endlessly repeated as though it's meaningful.
Each unfortunate outcome will be blown out of proportion, like the recent raid in Yemen that was actually planned during the Obama administration.
Nothing will ever be good in this world.
There are many points of view and philosophies in this world and an election in a democratic country just changed the way the country will be governed.
Get a life!

Anonymous said...

So, how many U.S. Presidents and their kiddies attended private schools going back to JFK? It's a yuuuuuge benefit when public funds are not spent on those tuition paying families. When providing for their own education, homeschooled, or otherwise, these are Americans making education GREAT! Sure, there are many fine public institutions, but choices are a defining attribute for GREAT nation.