Finally, some push-back to Haslam's destructive policies of crony welfare and self-serve.
1-- Finally, even Republicans point out the lunacy of not accepting health care for the poor and a windfall to the economy;
2--Finally, an education advocacy group that tells the truth -- and the truth has nothing to do with privatizing education and blaming teachers.
3--Is there anyone left who really buys into the fairy tale of Haslam not being a crook and how a "businessman" can fix everything? So far, 10 Pilot employees have pleaded guilty of fraud as Haslam's company cannot deny how seriously they ripped off working Tennesseans and small businesses. Haslam's business is all about: how can I rob from the peasants and shift millions to my column.
4--Continuation of No. 3, that $330 million, no-bid contract Haslam gave to some pals from up North, purpose of said deal to be that this company tells government agencies to move from state-owned buildings to private properties, which cost much more and from which this company can make commissions. And that was sold as a cost-saver?
Thanks, Brandon P., for laying this out. Click anywhere to read.