Monday, October 19, 2015


Laura Washington
Black Chicago must be suffering from a bad case of buyer’s remorse...We can’t get fooled again. -- Sun-Times
No respect for democracy
Carol Burris
Bill and Melinda Gates do not understand teaching and learning, yet they comfortably assume an air of expertise... The first couple of reform neither appreciate nor respect the role democracy plays in the governance public schools. -- The Answer Sheet
Joel Shatzky
WE just might find a way to establish a new cultural norm: "values economy" in which a cooperative form of economy functions through valuing what people freely give to one another rather than what they buy from one another. -- Huffington: Educating for Democracy: Something of value 
Emanuel campaign strategist Pete Giangreco
“The mayor spent what was necessary to win. It’s not uncommon for campaigns to go into a little bit of debt." -- Politico: Emanuel campaign fund underwater


  1. "Black Chicago must be suffering from a bad case of buyer’s remorse...We can’t get fooled again."

    Then why has Black Chicago been fooled twice so far? Apparently it hasn't hurt badly enough yet.

  2. Reader Michael Fiorillo writes in response to Carol Burris’s post about Gwen Ifill’s interview of Bill and Melinda Gates:
    “They were careless people, Tom and Daisy – they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they made.”
    -F. Scott Fitzgerald, “The Great Gatsby”

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    hope you're following thsi story from the guardian


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