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Look in the mirror. We are guilty of America's school crisis. Teachers are the victims of ever greedy corporations.

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The second largest school district is on strike. At first, it seemed that teacher strikes were Red State issues because they are so poor in collecting taxes to pay for the education of their citizens. It turns out, the teacher problem is countrywide. If Los Angeles won't do right by their students through their teachers there is no hope in the short term.

But we are never about being hopeless. We are always about creating the necessary change to make lives better for all. This means ensuring we are informed about the problems and then make sure we know that there are solutions if we are willing to go around the plutocratic crap we are indoctrinated with all of the times.

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Egberto WilliesEgberto Willies is a political activist, author, political blogger, radio show host, business owner, software developer, web designer, and mechanical engineer in Kingwood, TX. Egberto is an ardent Liberal that believes tolerance is essential. His favorite phrase is "political involvement should be a requirement for citizenship". He believes that we must get away from the current policies that reward those who simply move money/capital and produce nothing tangible for our society. If a change in policy does not occur, America will be no different than many oligarchic societies where a few are able to accumulate wealth while (more...)
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