“To what extent is collective bargaining to blame for out-of-control state spending? Is clamping down on the ability of public-employee unions to negotiate an important tactic for closing what may grow to a combined $125 billion gap in state budgets next fiscal year? Reason.tv’s Nick Gillespie sat down with the Heritage Foundation’s […]
“There’s no question that, even if there were no budget emergencies, the nation’s public school system is failing to return much of anything on an ever-growing pile of tax dollars…” To Surly, With Love: Are Teachers Overpaid?
“Defenders of public broadcasting subsidies raise the specter of its most beloved shows, like “Sesame Street,” going extinct. But even if PBS went out of business, which is unlikely, its most popular shows (if not all of its shows) would quickly find new homes…” Zero Hour for Public Broadcasting (article)