De Blasio’s troubling relationship with teachers unions

By Michael Goodwin, New York Post

For a very long time, teachers unions were the most fearsome opponents of mayoral control of New York City schools. They claimed for years that putting a mayor in charge would pollute education with politics, a fig leaf because union control of the old Board of Education was itself a creation of politics.

Two More Kick Out UAW

By Roy Exum,

Woody Hayes, the great Ohio State football coach, used to teach his players to “paralyze resistance with persistence” but, my word, the likable theory has taken quite a beating in the past two years at the NTN-Bower ball-bearing plant in Hamilton, Ala.