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The Greatest Story of Fraud and Deception Never Read

326 Bergen St., Hamilton, 1970 - $456.59; 1975 - $665.85; 1976 - $762.45: 1980 - $838.40; 2006 - $3,522.60
45 Cleveland Lane, Princeton, 1970 - $2,556.12; 1975 - $3,305.82; 1976 - $3,765.00, 1980 - $5,257.50; 2006 - $34,549.47
CHAPTER 3
BRACE YOURSELF FOR MORE TAXES
STATES LIKE NJ WANT TO PUT IN A NEW BUREAUCRACY—INSPECTOR GENERAL—TO CURB SCHOOL
SHOOTINGS, DRUGS, AND CRIME
Before getting back to property taxes, I will cite recent school violence: Jan., 2005 Geoffrey Canada, president of Harlem’s Children
Zone, the black community’s largest children’s-advocacy group, declared that Harlem’s public schools ‘are producing children for
jail,’ and ‘They’re only good at producing children who have no chance at all.’ In a Nov. 20, 2005, film the LA County sheriff on
MSNBC said that 25 years go, the only weapon he carried was a flashlight. Dec. 25, 2005, Junior High students were caught
counterfeiting paper money; one girl tried to pay for a cafeteria meal with a fake $20 bill. Jan. 13, 2006 school boy commits suicide.
Jan. 25, 2006 Seven-year-old boy shoots an 8-year-old girl in school. Feb. 12, 2006 NJN News, Parents in Newark and other inner city
schools are afraid to send their children to school because of shootings, drugs, and bullying. Feb. 22, 2006 One student shoots another.
Mar. 26, 2006 Denzel Washington, award-winning actor, said, ‘These days, the streets are 100 times more dangerous than they were
when I was growing up.’ Apr. 7, 2006 Middle School teacher accepted $1 from students to skip gym class. Apr. 7, 2006 In Winslow
Township, NJ, 4 teens plotted an assassination of fellow students, teachers, administrators, and even parents. Apr. ll, 3006 It was
reported on the news that there were 77 shootings in public schools from Jan. 2006 to Apr., 2006. Apr. 20, 2006-- Five students four
of whom were seventh graders planned a shooting at their Kansas school. It was Columbine-style all the way down to wearing trench
coats. A South Carolina teacher won a $300,000 lawsuit against her school because she was harassed by 10% of her class all day
long—threw debris at her and cussed at her with racial slurs. The administration refused to help her, saying that these were
underprivileged students. June 10, 2006 The news reported that 1/3 of school administrators have gang problems in their schools. The
president of the senior class at a PA high school couldn’t attend his own graduation because of gang threats. July 11, 2006 Hamilton,
NJ schools step up locker checks because of drugs and weapons being brought to school. Oct. 4, 2006 --Father of a boy murdered
during the Columbine shootings was on TV and blamed it on the two shooters’ devotion to Evolution. They told others that they
needed to rid the world of as many of the weak as possible. Oct. 9, 2006-- Student in a Joplin, MO school shot off a gun. Oct. 10,
2006-- At a Conference on School Violence in Maryland, it was revealed that 6% of school students carry weapons to school.
CHAPTER 4
YOU NEED TO KNOW THAT THE UNIONS WILL NOT FIRE ERRANT TEACHERS AND WILL NOT REMOVE
DISRUPTIVE STUDENTS.
I know of a case in Lawrenceville, NJ where a third-grade girl was being bothered so much by another pupil that the parents’ only
recourse was to put their daughter into a private school.
What happens to Seniors living on a fixed income when property taxes become so high? They can no longer hold on to their homes, or
they just exist with no frills. The labor union bosses don’t care, they are cold-blooded. The biggest threat is that the teachers’ labor
unions give legislators and congressmen money to vote for legislation favoring them. And I fear more and more will accept this ‘dirty’
money because of the ever-increasing costs of running election or re-election campaigns. How does one explain that the teachers’
labor unions get away with illegal strikes (PA hit by 12 strikes in 2004 and the rest of the nation 8 altogether (Source School Boards’
Assn). Many of you in the area have read about the school strikes this year in Yardley, PA. Falls, PA residents too have been resentful
toward the teachers’ labor unions because they think they earn enough in relation to other workers in the area and that they can make
up the strike days without loss of pay by simply reporting to school and perhaps reading. Resident, Michelle Leitz said, ‘People out
there who are self-employed have to pay their own health insurance, some don’t have any insurance at all, and they’re complaining
about a co-pay?’ Albert Shanker, former AFT president said, ‘A strike in the public sector is not economic—it is politicalÉOne of the
greatest reasons for the effectiveness of the public employees’ strike is the fact that it is illegal.’
After adjusting for inflation, the average teacher’s pay in 1993 was more than double of that in 1960 (one year before the unions got
started) and per pupil spending 5 times more. 1998-99 average pay $40,574 (NJ $51,692); 2001-02 avg $44,604 (NJ $54,575)
TRACK DOWN THE POLITICIANS DOING THE UNIONS’ BIDDING
Go to each of your legislator’s and congressman’s website and also to these: www.eiaonline.com, www.fedinfo.com, and
www.opensecrets.org. the eia website will give you per-pupil costs by state, number of teachers, teacher salaries compared to a state’s
average income, etc. The other websites will give you all kinds of search capabilities for various election ‘cycles’ such as 2000 and
2004 mid-term elections. But all this is just a small portion of what politicians get from the NEA. The NEA contributes to allies like
People for the American Way and the ACLU (both ultra-liberal groups), pro-immigration groups, local NEA chapters who in turn
contribute to the candidate, and many more. On www.opensecrets.org, search under NEA for direct contributions to federal
candidates. Check the ‘2004 Teachers Unions’ Expenditures, esp NEA’ word document. As an example, for the 2005-06 election
cycle for NJ, see the following:
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