“Fair enough”

So, where have I been for the past couple days? I have a post with nothing in it lined up to talk about the persecution of Art Johnston by a gold star teacher. I know what will go there I just haven’t found the time to write it yet. The person who prompted my last […]

The Atom Bomb Part 1, School Board Chair Seliga-Punyko’s scheme to stay in office without facing…

…an election decided by the voters. Yesterday’s DNT Opinion page had two editorials relating to our elections in Minnesota. The second pointed out how messing around with them leads to unexpected consequences: Minnesotans learned long ago not to worry about politics or think about elections until at least the state fair or Labor Day. That […]

A meditation – Pt 6

Westholm and Wasson are right about one thing. The bonds will have to be paid off. (That’s what I wrote in the last post) The only way to put more money into classroom size reduction is finding more money. That means more local property taxes. They need the voter’s approval for that. Oh there is […]

Covering their behind

NOTE: MY FRIEND HAD MISGIVINGS ABOUT SHARING HIS/HER SARCASM AND ASKED ME TO REMOVE THEM CONSIDERING THE EAGERNESS OF RED PLANNERS TO THREATEN LAW SUITS. I’VE REPLACED HIS/HER COMMENTS WITH MY OWN ALL ITALICIZED. I finally opened the front door to pick up my Trib on the porch. I’d been too busy until a friend […]

I have a master’s degree!

A couple posts on the Trib’s online comment section show that six weeks of bashing Red Plan critics have given the School Board a little more courage. Nancy Nilsen rewrites history in replying to a critic. I’ve recorded Nancy’s confident and incorrect assertions that there will be no new Red Plan taxes at least twice. […]

We didn’t do it!!!

The Trib’s story on how people are reacting to the blithering idiocy of prematurely closing schools to rush the Red Plan includes this nonsense: Judy Seliga-Punyko, another board member in attendance, reminded people that the board did not want to make any of these cuts but that inadequate state funding has put districts across the […]