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Taking on the free-market fundamentalists

Chris Fitzsimon and Rob Schofield take on the free-market fundamentalists in two separate commentaries.

In is “The Follies” column, Fitzsimon examines higher education from the selling-out of our university systems to cronyism and privatization schemes.

Rob Schofield writes a Radical Right Reality Check about the take over of the Wake County School Board and the new members’ blatant disregard for open meeting laws in his commentary entitled “An embarrassment to themselves.”

3 Comments


  1. James

    December 7, 2009 at 10:43 am

    An embarrassment to themselves? These people don’t neither the dignity nor the empathy to understand the concept of embarrassment.

  2. joydad

    December 7, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    What’s more embarrassing is that, with regard to the ‘parent-friendly study’, newspapers in several towns throughout NC are actually reporting on it and getting school officials to respond. They don’t realize it’s a complete sham so they start backpedaling. Too bad, there are enough real problems out there to worry about instead of this made-up junk.

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