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  • Reply to: Billionaire Eli Broad Takes Public Education Private   4 years 5 months ago
    Read this article of you want to educate yourself. This shows that Eli Broad is in fact the enemy pillaging the public coffers creating a much worse off school district. I understand your perspective and for the longest time I completely believed it, but after "looking under the skirt" that situation that the Oakland school district specifically is a direct result of Eli Broad meddling in the district itself.
  • Reply to: Waste Management Reaps Treasure from Your Trash and Taxes   4 years 5 months ago
    Skip hire is a popular waste management service in Woodford Green in which providers deliver a skip and collect on a scheduled date. After collection, junk is recycled, dumped or removed to the landfill based on the nature of garbage.
  • Reply to: Betsy DeVos Ethics Report Reveals Ties to Student Debt Collection Firm   4 years 5 months ago
    Is Sally Mae tied up in all this too? They started stealing tax returns from me just a year or so before Obama left office despite his law saying they couldn't (I live in Texas, so of course right wingers here don't give a damn about the law if it goes against their ideology) and I can't help but wonder if Sally Mae is at least associated with DeVos in some way.
  • Reply to: Pence to Speak at Madison School Choice Event   4 years 5 months ago
    Yes, this has very little to do with Hispanics and more about corporations pushing to privatize public services so they can extract as much profit (and control) from them as possible. Unfortunately, these Foundations will exist for eternity but we can still celebrate as the people who fund them die one by one.
  • Reply to: Right-Wing Megadonors Are Financing Media Operations to Promote Their Ideologies   4 years 5 months ago
    Council on American-Islamic Relations has a pattern of discriminating against and mistreating their own employees, especially #women. There are issues of religious discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment, union busting, financial mismanagement (including losing their 501c3 status and questions around international funding through their Washington Trust Foundation), lack of board oversight, board #incompetence, and other serious issues at CAIR. Donor funds are directly going to pay for attorneys to suppress, silence, and intimidate those who have been treated unjustly. There are many people who have been directly harmed by CAIR. The CAIR Sexism Documentation Project currently has 35 members, mostly women, who share their experiences of facing discrimination, and other abuses, by CAIR. There were several lawsuits in 2019 by former employees/board members. Employment discrimination lawsuit filed