Matt Damon is in the myth-making business. He knows a lot about myths, like the one about how two nobodies (not true — both were working actors) wrote a Oscar-winning … Continue Reading What that reporter should’ve said to Matt Damon
AT&T is lining up support for its acquisition of T-Mobile from a slew of liberal groups with no obvious interest in telecom deals — except that they’ve received big piles … Continue Reading Quid pro crock
The Daily Beast’s Diane Ravitch takes Secretary of Educaton Arne Duncan to task for suggesting poor teachers contribute to low test scores. Apologists like Ravitch seem incapable of admitting bad … Continue Reading Teachers never to blame
Don’t confuse Wisconsin’s public employees unions with the average working stiff. I can be fired for incompetence, unlike public school teachers. My benefits are nowhere near as sweet. And, like … Continue Reading No working class heroes in this bunch
The Ohio Republican, along with Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), will introduce legislation on Wednesday to reauthorize the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program, the speaker’s office said Monday, making a school voucher … Continue Reading Boehner (wisely) calls Obama’s bluff
Sleazy right-wing journalist prankster James O’Keefe, deified by conservatives after an undercover stunt exposing alleged criminal behavior by ACORN, is back at it, targeting one of my favorite villains — … Continue Reading James O’Keefe is no journalist
Gail Collins has apparently never heard how difficult it is to get a bad public school teacher fired: In his new film, the American Federation of Teachers, a union, and … Continue Reading Say what?