Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

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A new proposal by Republican state legislators and the governor would terminate bargaining rights for most Wisconsin public employees, including teachers and other non emergency workers. There would also be statutory benefit reductions. The Democrats are trying to prevent this from taking place.

This is what happens when you vote Republican - the republican elite and corporations will ally to ensure that everyone makes minimum wage and no benefits. 2938u4ji23



http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41644074/ns/us_news-life/ (article on the situation)
 

tank

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They should be able to always keep their bargaining rights.That I do not agree with.
On the other hand all he is asking for is the teachers and all the other state workers is to put in 5.8% in their pensions and 12.6% for their health care premiums.That comes out to about $200 a month.I am tired of everyone else having to give in and give up something in these tough times while the teachers continue to get a 3% raise every year and only work for 9 months out of the year.Of course he will not make any of the politicians give up a dime but like you said, they want everyone making minimum wage while they continue to live like Kings.
 
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agree with tank, also add, the system is full of fat, meaning jobs that do not directly impact teaching, but they-the unions want you to think it is all about that
 
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The historical illiteracy of Wisconsin teachers; Update: Crosshairs, ?Reload?

posted at 2:15 pm on February 17, 2011 by Ed Morrissey
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Godwin?s Law states that any political argument, carried on long enough, will eventually provoke a Nazi reference. My own personal corollary to Godwin?s Law is that the first side to invoke it invariably loses, mainly because Nazis and Adolf Hitler are simply not analogous to normal politics in American democracy, unless one is discussing actual neo-Nazis. It exposes a clear lack of historical literacy about the Nazis and the history between the two World Wars of the last century. It?s the kind of argument favored by the relatively uneducated.

That?s what makes the protests in Wisconsin over Governor Scott Walker?s proposal to curtail the power of public-sector unions so deliciously ironic. Hot Air reader Tim R in Madison took his camera with him when he attended the large protests staged by the teachers against the budget bill that would require contributions for pensions and health insurance, as well as put new curbs on collective bargaining. Tim discovered signs like this at the protest yesterday at 6 pm just after the speakers concluded:



This is one of the milder examples, although it?s worth noting that teachers brought their students with them to the protest. I wonder if the same teacher holding this sign would discipline a student who wrote something similar on a chalkboard, with or without the underscores.

This seems to be a theme at the protests:



Er, Hitler? Why Hitler, of all possible comparisons? One of her colleagues helpfully held a sign to explain it:



First, Walker hasn?t ?outlowed? unions, or even proposed outlawing them, either. Walker?s proposal would restrict negotiations with non-law-enforcement unions to wages only, and would require recertification votes each year. It would also make Wisconsin a right-to-work state, ending automatic deduction of union dues from paychecks and instead make them voluntary. That may put unions in a tough position to justify their continued representation, but it hardly outlaws the unions.

Besides, even if it did, it?s a fallacious argument. Hitler was also a vegetarian who owned a dog. Are all vegetarians Nazis? All dog owners?

The Nazis aren?t history?s great villains because Hitler opposed public-sector unions. To equate that with Naziism isn?t just reprehensible, it?s downright ignorant and minimizes the actual horrors of Naziism.

That doesn?t stop Wisconsin educators from expanding on their theme:





What do you get when you cross Hosni Mubarak and Adolf Hitler? One ugly baby, that?s for sure, but not Scott Walker. Again, this appears to be a recurring theme in this teachers? protest. (Also, it looks like anti-smoking efforts have been for naught in the classroom.)

But while we?re noticing just how poorly Wisconsin teachers do at history, it looks as though some of them might have problems with the present:



?Impeach Bush?? Maybe it?s a leftover sign from a few years ago. The Anchoress points out another sign at a different locale which reads ?I AM THE FUTURE ? I NEEN QUALITY TEACHERS.? From what we?ve seen of these protests, the entire state of Wisconsin is in need of quality teachers, and it looks like the union is the biggest impediment to getting them.

Meanwhile, Democrats in the Wisconsin Senate have gone AWOL in an attempt to avoid casting a vote on the bill:
A three-day-long stand-off at the Wisconsin state capitol between union supporters and those backing the Republican governor?s budget cuts just went to another level Thursday as Democratic senators apparently fled the state to prevent a vote on Gov. Scott Walker?s budget-repair bill, which would cut public employee union collective bargaining rights and require them to contribute to pensions and health care.

Law enforcement has been sent to find missing Democratic lawmakers, according to a Madison, Wis. ABC affiliate. State Sen. leader Scott Fitzgerald said only one Democrat is needed for quorum to vote on the controversial bill, which is expected to pass a Republican-majority Senate. The ?Sergeant of Arms is going door to door to find Democratic senators.?

The budget-repair bill passed a finance committee 12-4 late last night, its last hurdle before a Senate vote, on party lines convincing Senate Democrats that moderate Republicans would not deliver them an upset victory over the Gov. Scott Walker.
They have to come home eventually, and they can?t avoid their responsibilities forever.

Update: Via Ann Althouse and Instapundit, isn?t this the kind of rhetoric the Left claimed was exclusive to the Right?


 
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Union thugs turning America into Greece and Cairo.

So much for all those calls for 'civility' and respect for democracy and the rule of law. 2938u4ji23
 
#6
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A new proposal by Republican state legislators and the governor would terminate bargaining rights for most Wisconsin public employees, including teachers and other non emergency workers. There would also be statutory benefit reductions. The Democrats are trying to prevent this from taking place.

This is what happens when you vote Republican - the republican elite and corporations will ally to ensure that everyone makes minimum wage and no benefits. 2938u4ji23

You are in the minority. The American people don't want public sector unions stealing their tax dollars and undermining their children's education. This is what the people of Wisconsin voted for and is only the beginning of what is to come -- just as I predicted would happen.
 
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My opinion: junk public education altogether. Close every public school in the nation and let these thugs protest their asses off while the rest of us go about rebuilding the Last Bastion of Freedom.

These Cairo-like protests were financed by tax dollars - outrageous! :soapbox:

How many government failures do people need to see before admitting everything 'progressives' touch turns to crap?
 
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Wisconsin governor to fugitive Dems: Do your job, chumps; Video: Tea partier confronts runaway Dem

posted at 7:54 pm on February 17, 2011 by Allahpundit
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He goes after them right at the beginning, then circles back around at about 5:00. Frankly, I wish he’d have been harder on them. There would have been some risk in that, as an angry response would signal to some that the runaway tactic has him worried, but I’ll bet there are enough voters out there who are aghast at the sight of Democrats literally running away from their budget problems that a little righteous indignation would have been welcome. As it is, he took the cool-calm-composed “leader in command” route. Always a safe play, although not one that’s channeling the base’s passion on this.

Two clips here, one of Walker and the other of another Republican who once had to hang tough with unions. Compare and contrast. Oh, by the way, have I mentioned that Obama’s online DNC operation is helping to coordinate the protests in Wisconsin? In case you were unclear on how high the stakes are here and what this means for other states eyeing “corrective measures” for their own budgets, that should bring it into focus. A quote from John Boehner: “I’m disappointed that instead of providing similar leadership from the White House, the president has chosen to attack leaders such as Gov. Walker, who are listening to the people and confronting problems that have been neglected for years at the expense of jobs and economic growth. I urge the president to order the DNC to suspend these tactics.”

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Update: Via Big Government, an encounter in Rockford. The guy says he’s leaving to go do his job in Wisconsin. Does that mean they’re coming home?

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The sheep who vote for these Republicans don't see that Bush was the one who destroyed the country and led to high taxation through the trillions wasted on wars and bailouts. Not to mention how he allowed so much outsourcing and deregulation so as to destroy jobs. I don't new see Republicans actively campaigning to end wars and bailouts. All they care about are cutbacks for teachers making 40k. The corprorate media contributes to the entire atmosphere and influences the sheep. Many of these sheep voters will vote themselves into minimum wage jobs - unless you are the very high level corporate elite, Republicans will only hurt you.
 
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The sheep who vote for these Republicans don't see that Bush was the one who destroyed the country and led to high taxation through the trillions wasted on wars and bailouts. Not to mention how he allowed so much outsourcing and deregulation so as to destroy jobs. I don't new see Republicans actively campaigning to end wars and bailouts. All they care about are cutbacks for teachers making 40k. The corprorate media contributes to the entire atmosphere and influences the sheep. Many of these sheep voters will vote themselves into minimum wage jobs - unless you are the very high level corporate elite, Republicans will only hurt you.
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2010 $113,874 Donald Stevens District Administrator Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 05
2010 $113,828 Chris Ligocki Principal Oregon Sch Dist
2010 $113,826 Bonnie Laugerman Principal Arrowhead UHS Sch Dist
2010 $113,805 Fredrika Harper Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Cedarburg Sch Dist
2010 $113,795 Michael Swartz District Administrator Jefferson Sch Dist
2010 $113,744 Thomas Barth Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $113,744 Scott Mihalovic Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $113,744 Janet Rosseter Business Manager La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $113,589 Craig Campbell Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $113,589 Catherine Mcmillan Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $113,500 Jeffrey Klaisner District Administrator Swallow Sch Dist
2010 $113,500 Barry Rose District Administrator Cumberland Sch Dist
2010 $113,482 Susan Savaglio-Jarvis Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $113,465 Robert Dunning Principal Mequon-Thiensville Sch Dist
2010 $113,369 Robert Mcintosh Principal Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $113,323 Bonnie Lemense Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Howard-Suamico Sch Dist
2010 $113,300 Kelly Thompson Assistant District Administrator Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $113,140 Pamela Hammen Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $113,113 James Papala Business Manager Cudahy Sch Dist
2010 $113,090 Mary Van Valin Business Manager Monona Grove Sch Dist
2010 $113,050 Guy Leavitt District Administrator Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 04
2010 $113,034 Michael Cady Principal Franklin Public Sch Dist
2010 $113,000 Garrett Rogowski District Administrator Wittenberg-Birnamwood Sch Dist
2010 $113,000 Keith Brightman Business Manager Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $113,000 Dorothy Kaufmann District Administrator Big Foot UHS Sch Dist
2010 $112,995 Clark Luessman Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,912 John Schmitt Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,912 Michelle Nummerdor Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,858 Patricia Luebke Principal Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $112,773 Joy Trollop Principal Wausau Sch Dist
2010 $112,653 Jay Clark Assistant District Administrator Holmen Sch Dist
2010 $112,653 Annette Mikula Central Office Administrator Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,630 Bethel Cager Assistant District Administrator Racine Sch Dist
2010 $112,569 William Haithcock Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $112,569 Bethany Ormseth Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $112,569 William Hittman Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $112,567 Kathleen Barca Central Office Administrator Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $112,540 Barbara Wolfe District Administrator Poynette Sch Dist
2010 $112,500 Daniel Chanen Director of Human Relations/Multicultural Education/Equity Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $112,386 Richard Ladd Principal Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $112,386 Kristin Koeper-Hamblin Principal Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $112,380 William Breisch Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Monona Grove Sch Dist
2010 $112,361 Wayne Moll Business Manager Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 05
2010 $112,361 Fred Wollenburg Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 05
2010 $112,360 Eileen Depka Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $112,320 Wendy Overturf District Administrator Delavan-Darien Sch Dist
2010 $112,275 Denise Herrmann Principal Middleton-Cross Plains Sch Dis
2010 $112,172 Nancy Hery Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,087 Alice Murphy Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $112,033 Susan Sinclair Central Office Administrator Howard-Suamico Sch Dist
2010 $112,000 Mark Jansen District Administrator Columbus Sch Dist
2010 $111,991 Randal Rosburg District Administrator Somerset Sch Dist
2010 $111,921 Sandra Kovatch Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Hudson Sch Dist
2010 $111,921 Timothy Erickson Business Manager Hudson Sch Dist
2010 $111,921 Cory Mcintyre Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Hudson Sch Dist
2010 $111,899 Trudy Desimons Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $111,899 Sharon Toellner Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $111,899 Daniel Weigand Business Manager Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $111,899 Robert Christianson Principal Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $111,899 Kay Marks Central Office Administrator Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $111,853 Stephanie Edwards Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,807 Patrick Blackaller Business Manager Rice Lake Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,802 Jane Paluch Principal West De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $111,783 David Milz District Administrator Salem Sch Dist
2010 $111,729 Claude Olson District Administrator Wild Rose Sch Dist
2010 $111,725 Stephen Summers Business Manager Waunakee Community Sch Dist
2010 $111,683 Donna Williams Central Office Administrator Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $111,575 Dean Sanders District Administrator Lake Mills Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,475 Louise Blankenheim Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,475 Jerome Wieland Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,475 Michael Krumm District Administrator Kewaskum Sch Dist
2010 $111,475 Nicholas Dussault Central Office Administrator Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,475 Karen Vandesande Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,381 Keith Lucius Business Manager Ashwaubenon Sch Dist
2010 $111,321 Joseph Moylan Principal Oconomowoc Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,301 Howard E Kallio Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Oconomowoc Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,228 William Beckley Assistant District Administrator Beloit Turner Sch Dist
2010 $111,225 Timothy Leibham Central Office Administrator Eau Claire Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,225 Frederick Weissenburger Central Office Administrator Eau Claire Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,225 Daniel Van De Water Business Manager Eau Claire Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,215 Mark Huenink Assistant District Administrator Appleton Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,215 Ben Vogel Principal Appleton Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,215 Judith Baseman Assistant District Administrator Appleton Area Sch Dist
2010 $111,180 Eric Dimmitt Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Mequon-Thiensville Sch Dist
2010 $111,144 James Froemming Business Manager Port Washington-Saukville Sch
2010 $111,142 Dennis Bussen Principal Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $111,025 Al Brown District Administrator Chetek Sch Dist
2010 $111,000 Wendy Dzurick Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Franklin Public Sch Dist
2010 $111,000 Laura Myrah Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Whitefish Bay Sch Dist
2010 $110,996 Harley Hellerud Business Manager Waupaca Sch Dist
2010 $110,966 Lois Cuff District Administrator Freedom Area Sch Dist
2010 $110,860 Gregg Lundberg District Administrator Maple Sch Dist
2010 $110,816 Carole Witt Starck Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Merrill Area Sch Dist
2010 $110,784 Mark Sheedy Principal Ashwaubenon Sch Dist
2010 $110,626 David Bray Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $110,626 Howard Fried Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $110,615 Scotlyn Ecker Business Manager Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $110,609 Richard Peters District Administrator Crandon Sch Dist
2010 $110,534 Dominick Madison District Administrator Brillion Sch Dist
2010 $110,531 Kathyann Onarheim Principal Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 01
2010 $110,531 Barbara Van Haren Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 01
2010 $110,531 Bruce Connolly Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 01
2010 $110,452 Dawn Repetti Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Grafton Sch Dist
2010 $110,416 William Lehner District Administrator Genoa City J2 Sch Dist
2010 $110,405 Mark Elworthy District Administrator Wisconsin Heights Sch Dist
2010 $110,340 David Gundlach Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Menasha Sch Dist
2010 $110,330 Troy Gunderson District Administrator Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau
2010 $110,290 Kenneth Mccormick Principal Grafton Sch Dist
2010 $110,238 Patricia Hoffman Assistant District Administrator Burlington Area Sch Dist
2010 $110,220 Duane Woelfel Principal Port Washington-Saukville Sch
2010 $110,160 Hughes George Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Mequon-Thiensville Sch Dist
2010 $110,151 James Hecht Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Brown Deer Sch Dist
2010 $110,124 Rachel Schultz District Administrator Richland Sch Dist
2010 $110,122 Carlton Jenkins Principal Beloit Sch Dist
2010 $110,110 Carla Buboltz District Administrator Wrightstown Community Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Jo Boardman Principal New Berlin Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Martin Armato Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Grafton Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Roger Rindo District Administrator Tomahawk Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Gary Berger District Administrator Horicon Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Susan Graham Business Manager Kettle Moraine Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Tanya Kotlowski Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Kettle Moraine Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Lisa Heipp Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Christine Wesling Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Beloit Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Nancy Hendrickson District Administrator Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 03
2010 $110,000 Glenn Schlender District Administrator Palmyra-Eagle Area Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Christopher Nelson District Administrator New Holstein Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Steven A Mcneal Central Office Administrator Beloit Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Christopher Peterson District Administrator Howards Grove Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Dean Isaacson District Administrator Platteville Sch Dist
2010 $110,000 Robert Morelan District Administrator 21st Century Prep Sch
2010 $109,929 Steven Bloom District Administrator Randall J1 Sch Dist
2010 $109,915 Robert Lennon Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $109,783 Barbara Kopack-Hill Principal Burlington Area Sch Dist
2010 $109,743 Gregg Wieczorek Principal Arrowhead UHS Sch Dist
2010 $109,697 John Harper Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $109,682 Belinda Grantham Central Office Administrator Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $109,601 Dona Sens Assistant District Administrator Racine Sch Dist
2010 $109,549 Gary Frankiewicz District Administrator Fall Creek Sch Dist
2010 $109,524 Janis Chapman Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Cedarburg Sch Dist
2010 $109,499 John Gevens Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $109,499 Penny Reedy Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $109,499 Victoria Lyons District Instructional Technology Coordinator La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $109,499 Troy Harcey Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $109,499 Sandra Brauer Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $109,350 Donald Labonte Principal Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $109,350 Brett Bowers Principal Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $109,327 Michael Rietveld Principal Kimberly Area Sch Dist
2010 $109,323 Laurie Wagner Principal Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $109,282 Heidi Schmidt District Administrator Fall River Sch Dist
2010 $109,276 Deborah Rouse Business Manager West Allis Sch Dist
2010 $109,229 Steven Pophal Principal D C Everest Area Sch Dist
2010 $109,085 James Lawton Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,085 Dare Boling Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,085 Audrey Potter Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,085 Sandra Schroeder Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Lauren Baker Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Teresa Wozniak Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Lourdes Ocampo Lewis Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Gloria Garrett Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Gene Campbell Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Rebecca Pettit Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Charlyn Pozza Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Jill Hewitt Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 Claudia Weaver Henrickson Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,084 James Wegman Central Office Administrator Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $109,016 Michael Frieder Principal Howard-Suamico Sch Dist
2010 $109,000 Elizabeth Erenberger Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $108,993 David Wellington District Administrator Spring Valley Sch Dist
2010 $108,981 Jeffrey Gress Central Office Administrator Wausau Sch Dist
2010 $108,970 Robert Knadle District Administrator Viroqua Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,954 Thomas Benson District Administrator Reedsburg Sch Dist
2010 $108,936 Daniel Olson District Administrator Campbellsport Sch Dist
2010 $108,923 Kenneth Bates District Administrator Green Lake Sch Dist
2010 $108,803 Kim Ehrhardt Principal Janesville Sch Dist
2010 $108,736 Susan Alexander District Administrator Markesan Sch Dist
2010 $108,732 Deborah Anderson Principal Mequon-Thiensville Sch Dist
2010 $108,642 James Huggins Principal Appleton Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,630 James Ellis District Administrator Minocqua J1 Sch Dist
2010 $108,563 Candace Weidensee Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Oregon Sch Dist
2010 $108,517 Shannon Murray Principal Merrill Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,475 George Steffen District Administrator Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Sch
2010 $108,470 Russell Gerke Principal West De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $108,386 Peter Smet Business Manager Burlington Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,276 Steven Lodes Principal Greendale Sch Dist
2010 $108,263 Edward Dorff Principal Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,263 Rodney Bohm Principal Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,263 Bryan Davis Principal Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,260 Lori Esenberg Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Cudahy Sch Dist
2010 $108,209 Colleen Lodholz Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $108,209 Sally Schultz Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $108,209 Gail Anderson Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $108,209 Anne Fischer Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $108,185 Sara Croney District Administrator Oconto Sch Dist
2010 $108,121 Stephen Motkowski Principal Peshtigo Sch Dist
2010 $108,120 Dale Henry Principal Mukwonago Sch Dist
2010 $108,114 Nissan Bar-Lev Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 07
2010 $108,063 Martha Freeman Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $108,063 Robert Scott Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $108,049 Luke Valitchka Principal Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,012 James Benson District Administrator River Valley Sch Dist
2010 $108,000 Jeff Nelson Principal Cedarburg Sch Dist
2010 $108,000 Erica Pickett Business Manager Stoughton Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,000 Michael Kruse Principal Stoughton Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,000 Kurt Schneider Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Stoughton Area Sch Dist
2010 $108,000 William Harbron District Administrator Northern Ozaukee Sch Dist
2010 $107,968 Michelle Thomas Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $107,966 Ronald Welch District Administrator Algoma Sch Dist
2010 $107,862 Paulette Kroll Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Franklin Public Sch Dist
2010 $107,836 Jeffrey Nennig District Instructional Technology Coordinator West Bend Sch Dist
2010 $107,830 Brian Kersten Principal Waunakee Community Sch Dist
2010 $107,797 Jeffrey Mahoney Business Manager McFarland Sch Dist
2010 $107,784 Michael Hensgen Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Waunakee Community Sch Dist
2010 $107,784 Paul Sigler Principal Oak Creek-Franklin Sch Dist
2010 $107,664 Linda Kailin Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $107,664 Linda Allen Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $107,610 Michael Murphy District Administrator Westby Area Sch Dist
2010 $107,512 Jeffrey Zaspel Principal Fort Atkinson Sch Dist
2010 $107,512 Annette Brace Principal De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $107,485 Robin Wagner District Administrator Lancaster Community Sch Dist
2010 $107,449 Edward Towle Business Manager Brown Deer Sch Dist
2010 $107,427 Anne Lang Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Neenah Sch Dist
2010 $107,396 Steven Dreger Central Office Administrator Neenah Sch Dist
2010 $107,358 David Wessel District Administrator Sheboygan Falls Sch Dist
2010 $107,344 Alvin Baldwin Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $107,282 Vickie Brown-Gurley Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $107,248 Michael Nowak Principal Waukesha Sch Dist
2010 $107,226 Barbara Hilliker Central Office Administrator Janesville Sch Dist
2010 $107,100 John Shanahan Principal Mukwonago Sch Dist
2010 $107,025 Sally Habanek Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Whitnall Sch Dist
2010 $107,000 Ronald Bieri District Administrator Mayville Sch Dist
2010 $107,000 Mary Randall District Administrator Bloomer Sch Dist
2010 $107,000 Steven Shaw District Administrator Cedar Grove-Belgium Area Sch D
2010 $106,975 Connie Schiestl District Administrator Waterloo Sch Dist
2010 $106,900 Terry Reynolds District Administrator Pittsville Sch Dist
2010 $106,891 Evelyn Smojver Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,787 Jason Lau Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services West De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $106,700 John Lewis District Administrator Kiel Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,650 Rita Olson Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor South Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $106,626 Mary Jo Tye Principal Mequon-Thiensville Sch Dist
2010 $106,611 John Sprangers Central Office Administrator Oshkosh Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,602 James Hickey Principal McFarland Sch Dist
2010 $106,600 Mark Lacke District Administrator Edgar Sch Dist
2010 $106,587 David Jennings Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,549 Synthia Taylor Principal Janesville Sch Dist
2010 $106,517 Nick Hughes Principal Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $106,500 Aaron Sadoff District Administrator North Fond du Lac Sch Dist
2010 $106,480 Julie Holbrook Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Kimberly Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,468 Diane Pertzborn Business Manager De Forest Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,410 Connie Negaard Principal Stevens Point Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,384 Charles Dunlop District Administrator Turtle Lake Sch Dist
2010 $106,308 Terrance Slack District Administrator Iowa-Grant Sch Dist
2010 $106,285 Steven Soeteber Principal Middleton-Cross Plains Sch Dis
2010 $106,226 David Valk Principal Eau Claire Area Sch Dist
2010 $106,212 Zdzislaw Slupski District Administrator Raymond #14 Sch Dist
2010 $106,200 Mary Koski Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Mukwonago Sch Dist
2010 $106,189 Elaine Baumann Principal River Falls Sch Dist
2010 $106,133 Paul Mann Principal Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $106,099 Kenneth Camlek District Administrator Rosholt Sch Dist
2010 $106,090 Alan Groth Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $106,086 David Wall Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Rhinelander Sch Dist
2010 $106,047 Joni Burgin-Hartshorn District Administrator Grantsburg Sch Dist
2010 $106,000 Bette Lang District Administrator Oshkosh Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,998 Joseph Frinzi Principal Hartford UHS Sch Dist
2010 $105,995 Timothy Onsager Principal De Forest Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,975 Kim Odekirk District Administrator Wabeno Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,949 Bradley Ayer District Administrator Clear Lake Sch Dist
2010 $105,870 Gary Kvasnica Business Manager Kimberly Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,859 Rebecca Vail District Administrator Twin Lakes #4 Sch Dist
2010 $105,840 Jean Kubisiak Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $105,840 Zola Nimmer Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $105,810 Roger Schmidt District Administrator Westfield Sch Dist
2010 $105,779 William Hintz Principal Menomonee Falls Sch Dist
2010 $105,769 Melissa Thompson Principal Waukesha Sch Dist
2010 $105,639 Arlan J Galarowicz Principal Port Washington-Saukville Sch
2010 $105,624 Joe Bertone District Administrator Barneveld Sch Dist
2010 $105,622 Margaret Hallenbeck Central Office Administrator Janesville Sch Dist
2010 $105,620 Joseph Gothard Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $105,600 Randolph Daul Principal Pewaukee Sch Dist
2010 $105,550 Gordon Sisson Principal Marshfield Sch Dist
2010 $105,540 David Strudthoff District Administrator De Soto Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,500 Todd Leroy District Administrator Silver Lake J1 Sch Dist
2010 $105,400 Mark Distefano Principal Saint Francis Sch Dist
2010 $105,345 Brian Colbert Assistant District Administrator Racine Sch Dist
2010 $105,342 Jayne Heffron Principal Whitefish Bay Sch Dist
2010 $105,319 Thomas Binder Principal Sheboygan Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,225 John Brattlund Principal Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $105,163 Lynell Anderson Director of Human Relations/Multicultural Education/Equity Wausau Sch Dist
2010 $105,056 Karen Seno Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $105,040 Patricia Vickman Assistant District Administrator Oshkosh Area Sch Dist
2010 $105,023 Jesse Jackson Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Marshfield Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 John Reiels District Instructional Technology Coordinator Nicolet UHS Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Lawrence Ferguson District Administrator Arcadia Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Colleen Timm District Administrator Mishicot Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Randall Refsland District Administrator Waupun Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Jeffrey Gross Business Manager Menomonee Falls Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Frederic Vorlop District Administrator Williams Bay Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Charles Whitsell District Administrator Wisconsin Dells Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Graeme Williams District Administrator Loyal Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Douglas Domeracki District Administrator Cuba City Sch Dist
2010 $105,000 Mark Luoma District Administrator Chequamegon Sch Dist
2010 $104,973 Sherri Cyra Central Office Administrator Middleton-Cross Plains Sch Dis
2010 $104,943 Gerald Berns Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Mary Wershofen Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Nancy Sikorsky Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Mark White Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Dirk Hunter Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Dave Gluch Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,943 Regina Siegel Principal La Crosse Sch Dist
2010 $104,912 Gary Cumberland Assistant District Administrator Shawano Sch Dist
2010 $104,902 Steven Hejnal Central Office Administrator Racine Sch Dist
2010 $104,857 Gary Kiltz Principal South Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $104,830 Michael Garvey District Administrator Johnson Creek Sch Dist
2010 $104,822 Roberta Felker Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor McFarland Sch Dist
2010 $104,821 Kathleen Stebbins-Hintz Principal Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $104,821 Tracy Ginter Principal Wisconsin Rapids Sch Dist
2010 $104,803 Barbara Dorff Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $104,791 Lawrence Sikowski Principal Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $104,730 Gale Ryczek District Administrator Bristol #1 Sch Dist
2010 $104,704 Paul Amundson District Administrator Omro Sch Dist
2010 $104,699 Lynn Berton Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $104,699 Elizabeth Fritz Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $104,699 Mary Manthey Assistant Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $104,666 James Smasal Principal Winneconne Community Sch Dist
2010 $104,634 Darlene Godfrey Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Pulaski Community Sch Dist
2010 $104,631 James Edmond Principal Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $104,631 Michele Trawicki Principal Hamilton Sch Dist
2010 $104,500 Kathy Myles Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Menomonee Falls Sch Dist
2010 $104,477 Ivan Thompson Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Watertown Sch Dist
2010 $104,428 Brandon Robinson District Administrator Unity Sch Dist
2010 $104,400 William Zahn Principal Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $104,400 Anna Laing Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Racine Sch Dist
2010 $104,371 Curtis Weber Assistant Director of Special Education Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $104,299 Donna Hill Central Office Administrator River Falls Sch Dist
2010 $104,299 Richard Osterhaus Central Office Administrator River Falls Sch Dist
2010 $104,299 Chad Smurawa Business Manager River Falls Sch Dist
2010 $104,215 Peter Hibner Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Portage Community Sch Dist
2010 $104,131 Karen Wendorf-Heldt Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Wausau Sch Dist
2010 $104,128 Patrick Gardon Principal West Bend Sch Dist
2010 $104,128 Cassandra Schug Principal West Bend Sch Dist
2010 $104,089 Michael Werbowsky Principal Kaukauna Area Sch Dist
2010 $104,030 Kathleen Brooks Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $104,024 Karen Rutt Principal Seeds of Health El
2010 $104,000 Judith Singletary Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Stoughton Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,983 Caroline Williams Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $103,944 Jeffrey Keranen Principal Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $103,902 William Pfalzgraf District Administrator Flambeau Sch Dist
2010 $103,863 David Vitale Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Watertown Sch Dist
2010 $103,799 John Pfaff Principal Sheboygan Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,770 David Wuebben Business Manager Hortonville Sch Dist
2010 $103,736 Sue Doyle Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Glendale-River Hills Sch Dist
2010 $103,708 Charles Templer Principal Howard-Suamico Sch Dist
2010 $103,689 Robert Klimpke Principal Cedarburg Sch Dist
2010 $103,662 Erik Olson Principal Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $103,662 Ryan Oertel Principal Muskego-Norway Sch Dist
2010 $103,656 Cynthia Coley Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Germantown Sch Dist
2010 $103,600 Jerome Runice District Administrator Berlin Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,583 Susan Schnorr Business Manager Fond du Lac Sch Dist
2010 $103,581 Michael Nault Central Office Administrator Fond du Lac Sch Dist
2010 $103,581 John Von Tish Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Fond du Lac Sch Dist
2010 $103,573 Matthew Lesar Principal West Allis Sch Dist
2010 $103,530 John Okoniewski Principal Luxemburg-Casco Sch Dist
2010 $103,502 James Piatt Principal Brown Deer Sch Dist
2010 $103,400 Paul Nelsen Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Slinger Sch Dist
2010 $103,400 Ellyn Helberg Principal Oconomowoc Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,362 Margaret Christensen Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Green Bay Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,273 Paul Reichert Business Manager Kewaskum Sch Dist
2010 $103,224 William Pokel Principal Neenah Sch Dist
2010 $103,200 James Bouche Principal Lakeland UHS Sch Dist
2010 $103,155 Edwin Lucas Principal Hudson Sch Dist
2010 $103,123 John Faust Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Monona Grove Sch Dist
2010 $103,085 Phyllis Anderson Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $103,070 Robert Mcnallie Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $103,063 Anita Koehler-Palomba Principal Oregon Sch Dist
2010 $103,023 Matthew Joynt Principal Shorewood Sch Dist
2010 $103,000 Daren Sievers Principal Slinger Sch Dist
2010 $103,000 Blake Peuse Principal New Berlin Sch Dist
2010 $103,000 Joseph Monroe Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Monroe Sch Dist
2010 $103,000 Jeremy Biehl District Administrator Hustisford Sch Dist
2010 $103,000 John Engstrom District Administrator Friess Lake Sch Dist
2010 $102,996 Robert Kinderman Principal Spooner Area Sch Dist
2010 $102,921 Dan Dobratz Principal Stevens Point Area Sch Dist
2010 $102,915 Debra Gagnon Principal De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $102,915 Kathleen Lotter-Vanpay Principal De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $102,915 Emmy Mayer Principal De Pere Sch Dist
2010 $102,907 Deborah Ptak Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $102,907 Nicole Schaefer Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $102,900 Margaret Modory Assistant Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $102,900 Kenith Dopke Assistant Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $102,899 James Erickson District Administrator Webster Sch Dist
2010 $102,897 Ricky Schultz Principal Sheboygan Area Sch Dist
2010 $102,856 Wayne Verdon Principal Waupaca Sch Dist
2010 $102,800 Patricia Keller Central Office Administrator Menomonee Falls Sch Dist
2010 $102,651 Brian Johnston Business Manager New Richmond Sch Dist
2010 $102,592 Marlene Gross-Ackeret Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Menomonee Falls Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 James Sonnenberg Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 David Nevaranta Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Sara Marquez Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Richard Cohn Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Debra Ortiz Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Ada Rivera Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Linda Roundtree Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Willie Hickman Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Albert Brugger Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Amita Antao Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Cynthia Ellwood Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Christlyn Stanley Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Raymond Collie Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Stanley Mcwilliams Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Lottie Smith Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Maria Sanchez Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Eugene Vlies Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Sallie Brown Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Kathelyne Dye-Gallagher Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Barbara Goss Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Gregory Ogunbowale Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Wendell Smith Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,581 Lorraine Applewhite Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,580 Yvette Martel Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $102,506 Therese Kwiatkowski Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Wauwatosa Sch Dist
2010 $102,457 Randy Kuhnau Principal Wisconsin Dells Sch Dist
2010 $102,451 Mary Brown Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Seymour Community Sch Dist
2010 $102,450 Gerald Eichman District Administrator Auburndale Sch Dist
2010 $102,449 Linda Moore Principal Fox Point J2 Sch Dist
2010 $102,412 Wendell Waukau District Administrator Menominee Indian Sch Dist
2010 $102,389 Darin Fahrney Principal Greenfield Sch Dist
2010 $102,164 William Barrow Business Manager Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 02
2010 $102,114 Gary Hansen District Administrator Rosendale-Brandon Sch Dist
2010 $102,091 Jill Kieslich-Rhude Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Ashwaubenon Sch Dist
2010 $102,091 Brian Nelsen Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Ashwaubenon Sch Dist
2010 $102,075 Thomas Vogel Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Whitnall Sch Dist
2010 $102,036 Vance Dalzin Principal Whitewater Sch Dist
2010 $102,000 Leann Chase District Administrator Tomorrow River Sch Dist
2010 $102,000 Gregory Depue Principal Nicolet UHS Sch Dist
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2010 $101,987 Michael Flaherty Principal Seymour Community Sch Dist
2010 $101,858 Stephanie Witte Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Oconomowoc Area Sch Dist
2010 $101,820 Kent Bergum Principal Superior Sch Dist
2010 $101,817 Marcena Thiry Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Menasha Sch Dist
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2010 $101,222 Steven Sedlmayr District Administrator Alma Sch Dist
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2010 $101,081 Steven Meyers Principal Howard-Suamico Sch Dist
2010 $101,080 Marcia Flaherty Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Manitowoc Sch Dist
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2010 $101,000 Mark Gruen District Administrator Eleva-Strum Sch Dist
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2010 $100,960 Ryan Ruggles Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,913 Allen Pauli Central Office Administrator West Bend Sch Dist
2010 $100,897 Jeffrey Moberg Principal New Richmond Sch Dist
2010 $100,856 Ty Becker Principal Wausau Sch Dist
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Walworth Co CDEB
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Lakeland Elementary/Secondary
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Walworth Co CDEB
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Lakeland Elementary/Secondary
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Walworth Co CDEB
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Lakeland Elementary/Secondary
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Walworth Co CDEB
2010 $100,851 Tracy Moate Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Lakeland Elementary/Secondary
2010 $100,846 Gary Gayan Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $100,846 Teresa Giampietro Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $100,846 Debra Schaefer Principal Kenosha Sch Dist
2010 $100,833 Patrick Sullivan District Administrator Medford Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,798 Paul Cappoferri Assistant Principal Hartford UHS Sch Dist
2010 $100,798 Thomas Hermann Principal Union Grove UHS Sch Dist
2010 $100,776 Gregory Peyer District Administrator Randolph Sch Dist
2010 $100,764 Henry Schmelz Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $100,764 Nancy Evans Principal Madison Metropolitan Sch Dist
2010 $100,741 Beverly Mccoun Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Mount Horeb Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,740 Nancy Chartier Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Rice Lake Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,728 Jennifer Starck Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor Chippewa Falls Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,728 Chad Trowbridge Business Manager Chippewa Falls Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,728 Claudia Dempsey Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Chippewa Falls Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,700 Dennis Dervetski District Administrator Blair-Taylor Sch Dist
2010 $100,699 Taimi Parey Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
2010 $100,640 Anne Kreul Principal Elmbrook Sch Dist
2010 $100,617 Kathi Klaas Principal Sun Prairie Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,578 William Trewyn Business Manager Elkhorn Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,573 Renee Tennant Principal Monona Grove Sch Dist
2010 $100,550 Glenn Martin District Administrator Saint Croix Falls Sch Dist
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2010 $100,498 Joan Delaney Central Office Administrator West Allis Sch Dist
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2010 $100,403 Christopher Olson Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,403 Todd Brunner Principal Verona Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,400 Patricia Gates Principal Stoughton Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,307 James Weise Business Manager Beloit Sch Dist
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2010 $100,275 Kurt Eley Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Waunakee Community Sch Dist
2010 $100,255 Scott Bostwick Principal Watertown Sch Dist
2010 $100,248 Debra Beyer Principal West Allis Sch Dist
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2010 $100,230 Jeffrey Martyka Principal Grafton Sch Dist
2010 $100,166 Trina Lambert Principal Green Bay Area Sch Dist
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2010 $100,118 Timothy Keeler Principal Middleton-Cross Plains Sch Dis
2010 $100,097 Bruce Anderson Central Office Administrator Merrill Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,079 Minnie Pulliam Novy Principal Milwaukee Sch Dist
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2010 $100,078 David Kwiatkowski Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 08
2010 $100,071 Robert Ray District Administrator Suring Sch Dist
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2010 $100,000 Debra Hunt District Administrator Valders Area Sch Dist
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2010 $100,000 Stephen Vessey Central Office Administrator Beaver Dam Sch Dist
2010 $100,000 James Jones District Administrator Stanley-Boyd Area Sch Dist
2010 $100,000 Steven Lutzke District Administrator Parkview Sch Dist
2010 $100,000 Blaise Paul Business Manager South Milwaukee Sch Dist
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2010 $99,996 Robert Geigle Director of Special Education and/or Pupil Services Oshkosh Area Sch Dist
:whine::handjob:

ACCC, do you really think your Communist propaganda can still work in the internet age? :doh1
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
#11
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Thats just the salary for these public servants, at least we dont have to give them guaranteed pensions ........... wait a minute.....2348ji23e
 
#12
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Thats just the salary for these public servants, at least we dont have to give them guaranteed pensions ........... wait a minute.....2348ji23e
Yep, and that was just Wisconsin school administrators. Imagine what the entire public servant landscape looks like across the country in every govt bureaucracy. And the drones can't figure out why the United States is broke! "Duhhhh....Bush did it!" :whining:

All these organized Greece-like temper tantrums (coming to a state near you) will do is drain union coffers...the parasites will hardly have anything left for 2012.

Ah well, all good things must come to an end. Hardworking taxpayers are fed up with The Great Big Progressive Ripoff and want their country back!

"We Surround Them!" :btj:
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#13
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Yep, and that was just Wisconsin school administrators. Imagine what the entire public servant landscape looks like across the country in every govt bureaucracy. And the drones can't figure out why the United States is broke! "Duhhhh....Bush did it!" :whining:

All these organized Greece-like temper tantrums (coming to a state near you) will do is drain union coffers...the parasites will hardly have anything left for 2012.

Ah well, all good things must come to an end. Hardworking taxpayers are fed up with The Great Big Progressive Ripoff and want their country back!

"We Surround Them!" :btj:
Yes all it does is give the union a black eye. Just like they did at GM. At GM they refused the 2 tier wage system and employees paying for any of their health care costs and it bankrupted the company.Now since the new contract they have a 2 tier wage system but it is too late for all the new hires to have a pension since the union took a hard line stand before this new contract.They bring this shit on themselves.How do you think a new hire feels working next to a guy doing the same thing making half as much money with no pension?These are new union members and they are the ones saying the Hell with unions because of what the unions have done to them.
The only fight they have in Wisconsin is to keep their bargaining rights but they are going to be paying for their health care and more of their pensions.Maybe they will get smart and realize this but I doubt it.What I find comical is that the police and firefighters are exempt and they are the ones who supported Walker.Sounds like good old fashioned politics and payback to the firefighters and police.Imagine that ....unions supporting a Republican and getting rewarded.Funny as Hell that they used the Democrats playbook to beat them at their own game.:LMAO
 
#15
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

UNION SUPERPOWER! Featuring "Wisconsin Vern"

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"The Green Bay Slackers" 91023i2ndw;l
 
#16
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

It's nice to see that the Democrats are finally standing up to the Republicans and willing to protect workers' rights.

Public opinion is over 60% against the Republicans on this issue. Maybe it will give the Democrats an opportunity to regain credibility and take back some of these seats next time, especially once voters realize that putting in Republicans will only make things worse.
 
#17
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

It's nice to see that the Democrats are finally standing up to the Republicans and willing to protect workers' rights.

Public opinion is over 60% against the Republicans on this issue. Maybe it will give the Democrats an opportunity to regain credibility and take back some of these seats next time, especially once voters realize that putting in Republicans will only make things worse.
"All Government employees should realize that the process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service."
-- President Franklin D. Roosevelt


What progressives call "workers' rights" has never been anything more than a political power grab, and as we all know, power corrupts.

Public unions are a 50 year mistake which now threaten to take down the entire country. 2938u4ji23
 
#18
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Romney and Pawlenty are now supporting the Wisconsin governor's position.

As disappointing as Obama is, be careful what you wish for in 2012. The Republicans caused destruction for many outside of the Wall Street elites from 2000-2008; if you give them another chance, they will finish the job. Almost everyone would either be a Wall Street elite, outsourced, or making minimum wage.

At this time I can guarantee you that I will be voting for Obama in 2012.
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#19
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Romney and Pawlenty are now supporting the Wisconsin governor's position.

As disappointing as Obama is, be careful what you wish for in 2012. The Republicans caused destruction for many outside of the Wall Street elites from 2000-2008; if you give them another chance, they will finish the job. Almost everyone would either be a Wall Street elite, outsourced, or making minimum wage.

At this time I can guarantee you that I will be voting for Obama in 2012.
What you never hear about is the toxic derivatives that Wall Street talked the states into investing in and the states lost their pension fund money over.
Governor Kasich from Ohio use to be high up at Lehmen Brothers and had the state invest in these toxic funds for their pensions and now that this is all coming out you notice that Kasich is backing down and wants the story to die.When people realize what the Koch brothers and their minions are doing you will finally see more backlash.Loved how Walker got punked out by that liberal blogger that was acting like Koch on the phone and Walker admitted that it has nothing to do with the budget.
The prank call that fooled Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker

The prank call that fooled Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker - Yahoo! News
:LMAO
 
#20
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

The bill just passed in the WI Assembly and Gov. Chris Christie has never been more popular. Ditto for Kasich. Detroit is firing half their teachers and several other states are preparing for war against these overpaid, underperforming thugs.

Yeah, I can see how following through on their campaign promises is gonna hurt Republicans. :3dfesses:

As I have been saying for months, unions are good for unions. Everyone else suffers. The American people aren't buying the bullshit anymore.

Instead of "collective bargaining" why don't they just call it COLLECTIVE BULLYING because that's exactly what it is.
 
#22
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

REVOLT!: STATES LEAD THE WAY

http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/revolt-states-lead-the-way/February 25, 2011

As predicted in Revolt! (Dick’s and Eileen’s new book) – States Lead the Way Toward Reform

It is not only the Arab world that is in turmoil! Reform Governors like Scott Walker (Wisconsin), John Kasich (Ohio), Mitch Daniels (Indiana), Tom Corbett (Pennsylvania), Butch Otter (Idaho), and Rick Scott (Florida) are leading a movement for fundamental change in America.

In Revolt!, Morris and McGann’s new book, they describe how newly elected Republican Governors – impelled by their budget crises and empowered with GOP Legislatures – will accomplish sweeping changes in our politics.

Read how:

* Republican Governors will destroy the political base of the Democratic Party by ending automatic dues deductions from paychecks by unions.

* GOP Legislatures will strip teachers of tenure, end seniority based pay, enact merit pay, and promote school choice, dramatically eroding the power of the teachers’ unions.

* Collective bargaining reforms will free school boards and principals to run their schools and end union control.

* State fiscal problems will force them into bankruptcy. And, in bankruptcy, they can cancel all union contracts.

For all the changes coming in Washington, the Tea Party revolution’s most important changes will be at the state level. Good-bye AFT, SEIU, AFSME, NEA!

It’s all in Revolt!: How To Defeat Obama and Repeal his Socialist Programs – A Patriot’s Guide Dick’s and Eileen’s new book.

91023i2ndw;l
 
#23
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

What you never hear about is the toxic derivatives that Wall Street talked the states into investing in and the states lost their pension fund money over.
Governor Kasich from Ohio use to be high up at Lehmen Brothers and had the state invest in these toxic funds for their pensions and now that this is all coming out you notice that Kasich is backing down and wants the story to die.When people realize what the Koch brothers and their minions are doing you will finally see more backlash.Loved how Walker got punked out by that liberal blogger that was acting like Koch on the phone and Walker admitted that it has nothing to do with the budget.
The prank call that fooled Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker

The prank call that fooled Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker - Yahoo! News
:LMAO
The media loves to cover up links between the Republicans and Wall Street. It's juist like the posters here who blame Obama for everything and won't recognize that Bush and Pauslon were the ones who wasted trillions in taxpayer money to bail out Paulson's colleagues at Goldman and other places. And I don't believe for a second that all of that money was paid back.
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#24
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

REVOLT!: STATES LEAD THE WAY

http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/revolt-states-lead-the-way/February 25, 2011

As predicted in Revolt! (Dick’s and Eileen’s new book) – States Lead the Way Toward Reform

It is not only the Arab world that is in turmoil! Reform Governors like Scott Walker (Wisconsin), John Kasich (Ohio), Mitch Daniels (Indiana), Tom Corbett (Pennsylvania), Butch Otter (Idaho), and Rick Scott (Florida) are leading a movement for fundamental change in America.

In Revolt!, Morris and McGann’s new book, they describe how newly elected Republican Governors – impelled by their budget crises and empowered with GOP Legislatures – will accomplish sweeping changes in our politics.

Read how:

* Republican Governors will destroy the political base of the Democratic Party by ending automatic dues deductions from paychecks by unions.

* GOP Legislatures will strip teachers of tenure, end seniority based pay, enact merit pay, and promote school choice, dramatically eroding the power of the teachers’ unions.

* Collective bargaining reforms will free school boards and principals to run their schools and end union control.

* State fiscal problems will force them into bankruptcy. And, in bankruptcy, they can cancel all union contracts.

For all the changes coming in Washington, the Tea Party revolution’s most important changes will be at the state level. Good-bye AFT, SEIU, AFSME, NEA!

It’s all in Revolt!: How To Defeat Obama and Repeal his Socialist Programs – A Patriot’s Guide Dick’s and Eileen’s new book.

91023i2ndw;l
How is this going in Indiana and Ohio??:LMAOWhy did they back down?:LMAO
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#25
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

The media loves to cover up links between the Republicans and Wall Street. It's juist like the posters here who blame Obama for everything and won't recognize that Bush and Pauslon were the ones who wasted trillions in taxpayer money to bail out Paulson's colleagues at Goldman and other places. And I don't believe for a second that all of that money was paid back.
Exactly!!It is the same people who try to blame Clinton for Nafta.That was a GOP bill that Bush 1 was going to pass but ran out of time and Clinton was dumb enough to sign it.They also do not know that the first ''free'' trade deal that doomed us was signed by Nixon.
 
#26
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Ever since unions "community organized" and took over the public education system by electing politicians to do their bidding at the expense of taxpayers and our kids, education has gone to crap. I know, I'm just as shocked as you are, because progressives are always bragging how their good intentions can turn water to wine.

But seriously, folks, the stats don't lie: Kids no longer read and write, add or subtract (unless they're home schooled) because these self-serving thugs are too busy indoctrinating them with their Big Government agenda, and along with it, every leftist pet project and useless skill like 'self-esteem building', 'multicultural sensitivity', the militant sodomite agenda, and so on...

Now that the majority of Americans are awakening to this multi-decade scam and becoming involved electing politicians to clean up this criminal mess, what does the left do? Places prank calls to a governor's office trying to play 'gotcha.' Attack the messenger, not the message -- classic Alinsky.

But...but...but... I thought the left prides itself on rational intellectual discourse? Yeah, and the Kenyan is going to call presser tomorrow and show the world his authentic American birth certificate. :btj:

Like seriously...if these illiterate goons could at least be honest for once and protest using signs that read "I WANT YOUR MONEY!!" I would have a little more respect for them. 2938u4ji23

Oh, but it's for the children. Those awful bad ol' Republicans are hurting the children!


Yep, just as I predicted months ago, it's public sector unions vs America:

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tank

EOG Dedicated
#27
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Ever since unions "community organized" and took over the public education system by electing politicians to do their bidding at the expense of taxpayers and our kids, education has gone to crap. I know, I'm just as shocked as you are, because progressives are always bragging how their good intentions can turn water to wine.

But seriously, folks, the stats don't lie: Kids no longer read and write, add or subtract (unless they're home schooled) because these self-serving thugs are too busy indoctrinating them with their Big Government agenda, and along with it, every leftist pet project and useless skill like 'self-esteem building', 'multicultural sensitivity', the militant sodomite agenda, and so on...

Now that the majority of Americans are awakening to this multi-decade scam and becoming involved electing politicians to clean up this criminal mess, what does the left do? Places prank calls to a governor's office trying to play 'gotcha.' Attack the messenger, not the message -- classic Alinsky.

But...but...but... I thought the left prides itself on rational intellectual discourse? Yeah, and the Kenyan is going to call presser tomorrow and show the world his authentic American birth certificate. :btj:

Like seriously...if these illiterate goons could at least be honest for once and protest using signs that read "I WANT YOUR MONEY!!" I would have a little more respect for them. 2938u4ji23

Oh, but it's for the children. Those awful bad ol' Republicans are hurting the children!


Yep, just as I predicted months ago, it's public sector unions vs America:

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So let me get this straight.It is the teachers fault if a student does not want to learn??Are you saying it is the teachers job to play mom or dad to all these kids???This is classic Fascism .Personal responsibility!!!!!!!!!!!!Do you even know what that is???????????Evidently not or you would not be spewing this garbage.
They have already agreed to pay for their insurance and pension so what more do you want??Seriously????Where is your usual rant about uneducated at??Oh that's right they all have degrees so that blows that silly rant away.Now is it just because they are lazy or what kind of Fascist spin can you put on it??Maybe you should decide what they make??Fascism!!Maybe you can get back to your free market line to determine what they should make but that would go against your Fascist preaching wouldn't it?
So which is it Joe ...Fascism that you should decide or let the school boards that was elected decide??
Personally like I have said I have no sympathy for them since they are the only employees I know of that get a 3% raise every year while my taxes go up but they have made concessions and Walker should claim his victory and move on , but he is going for a union bust that is not going to end well for him if he keeps pushing.Take the victory and move on it's that simple.
 
#29
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

So let me get this straight.It is the teachers fault if a student does not want to learn??Are you saying it is the teachers job to play mom or dad to all these kids???This is classic Fascism .Personal responsibility!!!!!!!!!!!!Do you even know what that is???????????Evidently not or you would not be spewing this garbage.
They have already agreed to pay for their insurance and pension so what more do you want??Seriously????Where is your usual rant about uneducated at??Oh that's right they all have degrees so that blows that silly rant away.Now is it just because they are lazy or what kind of Fascist spin can you put on it??Maybe you should decide what they make??Fascism!!Maybe you can get back to your free market line to determine what they should make but that would go against your Fascist preaching wouldn't it?
So which is it Joe ...Fascism that you should decide or let the school boards that was elected decide??
Personally like I have said I have no sympathy for them since they are the only employees I know of that get a 3% raise every year while my taxes go up but they have made concessions and Walker should claim his victory and move on , but he is going for a union bust that is not going to end well for him if he keeps pushing.Take the victory and move on it's that simple.
Nope, union busting is the only permanent solution, but the governor isn't even proposing that. He's just getting the government and employers out of the dues collection business. I mean, how dare these goons FORCE the government (in this case, taxpayers) to collect their membership dues! How does this in any way benefit the taxpayer or children? It doesn't. Hmmm...maybe if unions have to collect their own dues, people will be less likely to join unions. Couldn't be that could it, tank?

The only permanent solution is to strip away their collective bargaining rights...otherwise they'll get back their 'concessions' and then some from the next bought-and-paid-for weasel elected to office.

Elections have consequences.

 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#30
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Nope, unions busting is the only permanent solution, but the governor isn't even proposing that. He's just getting the government out of the dues collection business. I mean, how dare these goons FORCE the government (taxpayers) to collect their membership dues! How does that in any way benefit the taxpayer or children? It doesn't. So yes, the only permanent solution is to strip away their collective bargaining rights...otherwise they'll get back their 'concessions' and then some from the next bought-and-paid-for weasel elected to office.

If they do not want to pay dues then they can become core members and only pay a fraction.If Walker is so concerned about the budget why did he give 137 million dollars in tax breaks to the corporations then??Now he wants the teachers to pay for it??Bullshit!!!Walker is a Fascist pig that will be a one term Governor but hey ..he has the Koch brothers to give him a job when he is done doesn't he??Probably at the power plant that he is giving them with a no bid contract.
 
#31
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

And yes, if children can't/won't/refuse to learn, you're damn right it's the teachers' fault. Teacher pay should be based on performance, like everyone else who lives in the real world. What standards do you suggest we use to measure teacher performance, tank? How well they can forge medical certificates or carry picket signs? :LMAO

If your students can't read, write or spell, you're not performing and...



Oh, and tenure is another thing that needed to be scrapped yesterday. Just watch how quickly all these loony bin progressive theories (like spend our way out of debt) disappear once academic tenure is thrown in the trash. :thumbsup
 
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Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Also, before you go throwing around labels claiming I'm a 'fascist', you really should do your homework on the meaning of these big words which seem to be a notch above your reading comprehension level, no doubt a product of our failing progressive education madrasas. 2938u4ji23

Ahem...

Fascism is top-down state control of everything.

Sehr gut?

It was Nazi Germany (savor that irony) which first introduced the idea of GOVERNMENT education (stop calling it "public education", they're progressive government propaganda mills), because as Hitler said, you gotta get'em while their young. Hitler, master propagandist he was, understood full well the young are the most susceptible to half-baked ideas and movements. No surprise that progressive demagogues like Al Gore boast openly about this "special bond" they share with smaller humans 1/3rd their age and 1/5th of their life experience. That's right, Big Al...you tell us stupid adults. Young people are so much wiser compared to their clueless parents. Why, today's youth actually care about, ya know..."saving the planet" and stuff, frown on capitalism, while listening to an imbecile like you on their ipods!

Newsflash: Every single stupid idea and backward political movement throughout history preyed on the young -- fact. That's all you need to know about ANY grown adult who has a creepy fascination with "young people", and obviously I don't mean sexually, I'm talking about this insatiable ambition many progressives have of conquering young, innocent minds. It's sick.

Now, as your humble esteemed 'fascist', here's what I stand for: P-R-I-V-A-T-E EDUCATION. I want the government completely out of the education business, and I will tell you why.

First, unlike power-hungry progressives and their little voices telling them to "mold our children's future", I want no C-O-N-T-R-O-L over anyone's minds or future. I want parents to decide what their children learn and are exposed to, not radical Big Government ideologues these positions tend to attract. I want parents to be able to pull their kids out of school, with consequences, if say a teacher happens to be behaving like a quack indoctrinating his/her students with the left's familiar anti-American revisionist crap, or just plain sucks at teaching. This weeds out the bad teachers. If enough parents yank their kids from the classroom, a teacher will be fired on the spot, or the school will go out of business. Obviously, I don't want unions and their army of bureaucrats protecting bad teachers because that's what the current system does, which everyone agrees is kaput. Remember, it's for the children, right lefties? This means good teachers will make the big money and the bad teachers will be enrolling in their local truck driving school. That's life. That's reality.

Second, I want school curricula to compete in the free market place. This means no more men in black robes deciding what it is allowed in the classroom and what isn't. Different schools can bring in different innovative ideas, values and new learning techniques, because the parents will decide, which means the marketplace will naturally gravitate toward what works best. No more agendas. No more demagoguery and polarization. No more cookie cutter "solutions" imposed upon a diverse population. What's good for one student isn't necessary going to work for another. Too many kids are falling through the cracks because "the system" is teaching them what to think, believe and how to behave, rather than how to think critically and analytically, allowing them to make up their own minds.

This is how a society makes real progress. This is how America can once again be the beacon of liberty, providing our children the best opportunity to become tomorrow's best doctors, scientists and business people. We do this by breaking the bureaucratic stranglehold the left has on our education system which is currently destroying young minds with stale, half-baked nonsense. In a free society, the best ideas always triumph over the bad ones and no system is more freer or democratic than capitalism which allows every individual parent to decide their children's education.

On the other hand, in an isolated protected environment (the kind that favors school administrators and the current crop of complacent, lazy fat-cat self-interested unionized teachers) bad ideas don't go away. On the contrary: they become ingrained within the culture and passed on from one generation to the next, while individual parents are powerless to stop it. There's not a whole lot they can other than enroll their child in a private school or home school (no surprise progressives want this banned as well!) assuming they can afford it. Why doesn't the Kenyan enroll his children in a public school? Hmmm....

I can understand why progressives are making a strong stand on "public education". Government indoctrination is the crown jewel of their crumbling empire, much like it was for Hitler's Nazi Germany. Lose the young and the progressive experiment is over, and good riddance! :+waving-5

I have news for the left: the people are wide awake and want fresh new, bold ideas. They don't know exactly what the problems are or how to fix them, but they do sense something is terribly wrong. The old entrenched, Soviet-style centralized system has failed them. The economy is in toilet, and people are being lectured by progressive elites that they must learn to live with less, while America's best days are behind us.

Here are some soothing words of wisdom from a truly great American president:

"The lesson of all this was, of course, that because we're a great nation, our challenges seem complex. It will always be this way. But as long as we remember our first principles and believe in ourselves, the future will always be ours."
Those first principles President Reagan spoke of must -- MUST -- always point toward freedom. If your compass is not pointing toward freedom, then you don't believe in America's first principles...you believe in something else, distinctly foreign the revolutionary founders.

And so, onward we march with Gov Walker and the other "freedom soldiers" ready and willing to confront and defeat the professional smear merchants and entrenched enemies who fight real "hope and change".
 
#34
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

You Might Be A Public School Teacher in Wisconsin [or Indiana ] IF :

10.) You take a week off to protest in Wisconsin and your office runs better.

9.) On a snow day when they say “non-essential” people should stay home you know who they mean.

8.) You get paid twice as much as a private sector person doing the same job but make up the difference by doing half as much work.

7.) It takes longer to fire you than the average killer spends on death row.

6.) The worse you do your job, the more your boss avoids you.

5.) You think the French are working themselves to death.

4.) You know by having a copy of the Holy Koran on your desk your job is 100% safe.

3.) You spend more time at protest marches than at church.

2.) You have a Democratic congressman’s lips permanently attached to your ass.

1.) You pay more in union dues than you do for your healthcare insurance.
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#35
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

And yes, if children can't/won't/refuse to learn, you're damn right it's the teachers' fault. Teacher pay should be based on performance, like everyone else who lives in the real world. What standards do you suggest we use to measure teacher performance, tank? How well they can forge medical certificates or carry picket signs? :LMAO

If your students can't read, write or spell, you're not performing and...



Oh, and tenure is another thing that needed to be scrapped yesterday. Just watch how quickly all these loony bin progressive theories (like spend our way out of debt) disappear once academic tenure is thrown in the trash. :thumbsup
So according to your Fascist theory then we should cut the teachers pay because the child does not want to learn????:LMAOI have heard it all now!!!You can tell you have no children with this post!!Personal responsibility starts at HOME!!!!!It is not the teachers job to be Mom and Dad!!Of course maybe we can cut their pay and make that mandatory in your Fascist world huh??
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#36
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Also, before you go throwing around labels claiming I'm a 'fascist', you really should do your homework on the meaning of these big words which seem to be a notch above your reading comprehension level, no doubt a product of our failing progressive education madrasas. 2938u4ji23

Ahem...

Fascism is top-down state control of everything.

Sehr gut?

It was Nazi Germany (savor that irony) which first introduced the idea of GOVERNMENT education (stop calling it "public education", they're progressive government propaganda mills), because as Hitler said, you gotta get'em while their young. Hitler, master propagandist he was, understood full well the young are the most susceptible to half-baked ideas and movements. No surprise that progressive demagogues like Al Gore boast openly about this "special bond" they share with smaller humans 1/3rd their age and 1/5th of their life experience. That's right, Big Al...you tell us stupid adults. Young people are so much wiser compared to their clueless parents. Why, today's youth actually care about, ya know..."saving the planet" and stuff, frown on capitalism, while listening to an imbecile like you on their ipods!

Newsflash: Every single stupid idea and backward political movement throughout history preyed on the young -- fact. That's all you need to know about ANY grown adult who has a creepy fascination with "young people", and obviously I don't mean sexually, I'm talking about this insatiable ambition many progressives have of conquering young, innocent minds. It's sick.

Now, as your humble esteemed 'fascist', here's what I stand for: P-R-I-V-A-T-E EDUCATION. I want the government completely out of the education business, and I will tell you why.

First, unlike power-hungry progressives and their little voices telling them to "mold our children's future", I want no C-O-N-T-R-O-L over anyone's minds or future. I want parents to decide what their children learn and are exposed to, not radical Big Government ideologues these positions tend to attract. I want parents to be able to pull their kids out of school, with consequences, if say a teacher happens to be behaving like a quack indoctrinating his/her students with the left's familiar anti-American revisionist crap, or just plain sucks at teaching. This weeds out the bad teachers. If enough parents yank their kids from the classroom, a teacher will be fired on the spot, or the school will go out of business. Obviously, I don't want unions and their army of bureaucrats protecting bad teachers because that's what the current system does, which everyone agrees is kaput. Remember, it's for the children, right lefties? This means good teachers will make the big money and the bad teachers will be enrolling in their local truck driving school. That's life. That's reality.

Second, I want school curricula to compete in the free market place. This means no more men in black robes deciding what it is allowed in the classroom and what isn't. Different schools can bring in different innovative ideas, values and new learning techniques, because the parents will decide, which means the marketplace will naturally gravitate toward what works best. No more agendas. No more demagoguery and polarization. No more cookie cutter "solutions" imposed upon a diverse population. What's good for one student isn't necessary going to work for another. Too many kids are falling through the cracks because "the system" is teaching them what to think, believe and how to behave, rather than how to think critically and analytically, allowing them to make up their own minds.

This is how a society makes real progress. This is how America can once again be the beacon of liberty, providing our children the best opportunity to become tomorrow's best doctors, scientists and business people. We do this by breaking the bureaucratic stranglehold the left has on our education system which is currently destroying young minds with stale, half-baked nonsense. In a free society, the best ideas always triumph over the bad ones and no system is more freer or democratic than capitalism which allows every individual parent to decide their children's education.

On the other hand, in an isolated protected environment (the kind that favors school administrators and the current crop of complacent, lazy fat-cat self-interested unionized teachers) bad ideas don't go away. On the contrary: they become ingrained within the culture and passed on from one generation to the next, while individual parents are powerless to stop it. There's not a whole lot they can other than enroll their child in a private school or home school (no surprise progressives want this banned as well!) assuming they can afford it. Why doesn't the Kenyan enroll his children in a public school? Hmmm....

I can understand why progressives are making a strong stand on "public education". Government indoctrination is the crown jewel of their crumbling empire, much like it was for Hitler's Nazi Germany. Lose the young and the progressive experiment is over, and good riddance! :+waving-5

I have news for the left: the people are wide awake and want fresh new, bold ideas. They don't know exactly what the problems are or how to fix them, but they do sense something is terribly wrong. The old entrenched, Soviet-style centralized system has failed them. The economy is in toilet, and people are being lectured by progressive elites that they must learn to live with less, while America's best days are behind us.

Here are some soothing words of wisdom from a truly great American president:



Those first principles President Reagan spoke of must -- MUST -- always point toward freedom. If your compass is not pointing toward freedom, then you don't believe in America's first principles...you believe in something else, distinctly foreign the revolutionary founders.

And so, onward we march with Gov Walker and the other "freedom soldiers" ready and willing to confront and defeat the professional smear merchants and entrenched enemies who fight real "hope and change".
You forgot to mention in your rewriting of history about Germany how they took away choices and got rid of everyone who did not go along with it.Sounds like you now!!What a strange twist !!
You evidently have no idea how a school runs but keep blaming the teachers while the elected school board officials keep making the decisions okay??Is that sinking in any for you??Get a clue and come back with more then your usual, it's the teachers fault, it's the greedy teachers fault, blame progressives for all the problems, blame the sun, blah, blah, blah.All you have is blame without even knowing where to place it at.Get a clue for shit sakes.
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#37
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

You Might Be A Public School Teacher in Wisconsin [or Indiana ] IF :

10.) You take a week off to protest in Wisconsin and your office runs better.

9.) On a snow day when they say “non-essential” people should stay home you know who they mean.

8.) You get paid twice as much as a private sector person doing the same job but make up the difference by doing half as much work.

7.) It takes longer to fire you than the average killer spends on death row.

6.) The worse you do your job, the more your boss avoids you.

5.) You think the French are working themselves to death.

4.) You know by having a copy of the Holy Koran on your desk your job is 100% safe.

3.) You spend more time at protest marches than at church.

2.) You have a Democratic congressman’s lips permanently attached to your ass.

1.) You pay more in union dues than you do for your healthcare insurance.
What idiot came up with these stupid quip's?Only a retard would buy this shit!!
 
#38
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Walker gives 24-hour deadline to fleebaggers

posted at 1:36 pm on February 28, 2011 by Ed Morrissey

If the Wisconsin state Senators who fled the state intended on highlighting their opposition to Scott Walker?s budget-repair bill, then the governor offered his congratulations on their success. In his statement this morning, though, Walker also told the fleebaggers that any further delay would cost the state $165 million in a lost opportunity to restructure the state?s debt ? and that continued delay will force Walker to cut jobs to save money:
?According to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau, if Senate Democrats refuse to return to Wisconsin and cast their vote the next day the option to refinance a portion of the state?s debt will be off the table,? the statement says.

In addition, Cullen Werwie, the governor?s spokesman, said in a statement: ?Senate Democrats claimed they fled the state to slow down the process so the public had enough time to learn about the budget repair bill. If that was their true intention, they have been successful.

?Now they have one day to return to work before the state loses out on the chance to refinance debt, saving taxpayers $165 million this fiscal year. Failure to return to work and cast their votes will lead to more painful and aggressive spending cuts in the very near future.?

Werwie said he was giving the Democrats 24-hour notice. He added that the governor will delay sending out layoff notices ?as long as possible.?
With Walker raising the stakes, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel provided its readers with the context of spending on public employees:
But by any measure, as Walker has noted and most state employees acknowledge, the state will continue to provide rich health-insurance benefits compared with the private sector, where nearly 40% of employers don?t offer health benefits at all.

Under Walker?s bill, state employees ? including elected state legislators, who receive the same benefits ? would pay about $600 more for single coverage, raising their share of that cost to about $1,000 a year. For family coverage, they would pay $1,476 more, raising their share of the cost to about $2,500 a year.

The proposal would increase their share of the premium to 12.4%. But that would still be well below the share paid by employees in the private sector, who by one estimate pay an average of 19% of the cost for single coverage and 29% for family coverage.

It also is less than the 28% of the premium paid on average by federal employees.
The union has accepted these changes in principle, now that Walker has pushed his budget-repair bill with collective-bargaining reform built into it, as Walker promised during the election. The PEUs would rather accept cuts in the near term than the ability to browbeat the state and localities in later negotiations. However, these are the very same financial changes that unions characterized as ? well ?
?We certainly aren?t the haves, in spite of what he says. I just see this as all political posturing,? said Marty Beil.
Beil is executive director of the Wisconsin State Employees Union , which represents 22,000 state workers in various departments including corrections, universities, mental health, and social work.

?It?s like the plantation owner talking to the slaves. We?ve moved in Walker?s mentality from public service to public servitude,? Beil explained to FOX 11. When asked ?Do you really think comparison to plantation owner and slave is accurate?? Beil replied: ?I do. I really do because here he sits as the incoming governor, basically issuing mandates about what he wants to happen. Governors and employers don?t do that especially in the modern era of labor relations. We sit down at a table to talk about things.?
The police reversed course yet again today and finally closed the state capitol building to visitors, ending the protests inside:
The state Department of Administration tightened rules on access to the statehouse Monday morning after deciding the night before not to force out hundreds of demonstrators who were camped out in the rotunda. Some of those protesters from the weekend are still in the building.

Protesters lined up outside the King St. entrance to the Capitol Monday morning, waiting to be let in, while others began to march around the building.

?We are going to let people in in a measured way, but we have to get this building cleaned up,? Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch said Monday.

On Tuesday, Gov. Scott Walker will deliver his budget address in the state Capitol?s Assembly chambers to a joint session of the Legislature and the Walker administration said Monday that part of the restrictions on public access were in preparation for that.
Walker addresses a joint session of the legislature tomorrow night, in what will surely be showdown moment between himself and the fleebaggers. If they don?t send someone to provide a quorum at that point, Walker will almost certainly announce layoffs and blame them on Democrats who won?t participate as a minority, but instead insist on dictating to the majority. Unfortunately for everyone, there seems to be no way for fleebaggers to save face at this point. Walker is obviously not retreating from his position ? and since he has the votes necessary to pass the bill, he doesn?t have to retreat.

Eventually, the absent Senators will have to return or possibly end up forfeiting their seats in the legislature. Walker has until the end of June to pass a budget, and it?s difficult to see how the fleebaggers can justify their continued obstinacy, or how they can justify returning after the layoffs and higher debt payments have already occurred. They?d do less damage to themselves now by returning today and declaring a public-relations victory.
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
#40
Re: Republicans seek to terminate bargaining rights for Wisconsin public employees

Walker gives 24-hour deadline to fleebaggers

posted at 1:36 pm on February 28, 2011 by Ed Morrissey

If the Wisconsin state Senators who fled the state intended on highlighting their opposition to Scott Walker’s budget-repair bill, then the governor offered his congratulations on their success. In his statement this morning, though, Walker also told the fleebaggers that any further delay would cost the state $165 million in a lost opportunity to restructure the state’s debt — and that continued delay will force Walker to cut jobs to save money:
With Walker raising the stakes, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel provided its readers with the context of spending on public employees:
The union has accepted these changes in principle, now that Walker has pushed his budget-repair bill with collective-bargaining reform built into it, as Walker promised during the election. The PEUs would rather accept cuts in the near term than the ability to browbeat the state and localities in later negotiations. However, these are the very same financial changes that unions characterized as … well
The police reversed course yet again today and finally closed the state capitol building to visitors, ending the protests inside:
Walker addresses a joint session of the legislature tomorrow night, in what will surely be showdown moment between himself and the fleebaggers. If they don’t send someone to provide a quorum at that point, Walker will almost certainly announce layoffs and blame them on Democrats who won’t participate as a minority, but instead insist on dictating to the majority. Unfortunately for everyone, there seems to be no way for fleebaggers to save face at this point. Walker is obviously not retreating from his position — and since he has the votes necessary to pass the bill, he doesn’t have to retreat.

Eventually, the absent Senators will have to return or possibly end up forfeiting their seats in the legislature. Walker has until the end of June to pass a budget, and it’s difficult to see how the fleebaggers can justify their continued obstinacy, or how they can justify returning after the layoffs and higher debt payments have already occurred. They’d do less damage to themselves now by returning today and declaring a public-relations victory.
Yes let's give up collective bargaining and let a Fascist tyrant like Walker tell us what is best for everyone.Worked for Hitler for awhile but thank God the good people of Wisconsin are not as dumb as Walker thinks.Keep threatening and blame someone else like all Fascist Tyrants do Scotty.
 
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