Trying to head off a huge mistake:
— Keung Hui (@nckhui) April 22, 2019
This is sounding more and more like organized crime, not "school choice":
The auditor of 26 Arizona charter schools faces state sanctions after his work for American Leadership Academy and another school was found to be "woefully below" standards.
An Arizona Board of Accountancy investigative panel last month concluded Joel Huber had not correctly performed audits and failed to provide certain disclosures related to ALA and another charter school.
ALA used Huber's audits from 2015 to 2017 to obtain $192 million in bonds to acquire property and build ALA schools, loan records show. ALA founder and former board Chairman Glenn Way made about $37 million on no-bid real estate deals associated with the schools.
He's raking in cash on real estate deals, "managing" the teachers he leases to himself, and (of course) taxpayer dollars on a per-student basis. The last thing he wants is a top-notch accountant tracking all that lucrative behavior.
Great economic news for the nation and North Carolina: College graduates enjoy the best job market in years with more offers and better salaries, "with unemployment near the lowest level in 50 years and job prospects up significantly from just last year." https://t.co/QCoZCfniXx
— Speaker Tim Moore (@NCHouseSpeaker) April 22, 2019
This is good news, but unfortunately that picture is symbolic of the two Americas we are now living in.
— Grandpa Grouch (@GrandpaGrouch_) April 22, 2019
This should convince Congress it has a responsibility to act. These people put their careers on the line to do what's right, to protect our country from an out-of-control tyrant. But we can't rely on that for much longer.
Club for Growth calls @jdanbishop "the only conservative who can win the nomination without a run-off. Republicans can’t afford a four-month runoff that will drain resources needed to defeat liberal Dan McCready." #nc09 #ncpol
— Jim Morrill (@jimmorrill) April 22, 2019
Talk about a marriage made in hell. Regardless of Dan McCready's various flaws, the choice is still abundantly clear.
— Civitas Institute (@NCCivitas) April 22, 2019
Your use of the term "infanticide" is not just extremely partisan, it's irresponsible as hell. You should be ashamed.
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) April 22, 2019
Getting really tired of these stories about chemical pollution. It's time to start charging the polluters with crimes, and not just fining them.
Perhaps there were no good options because there was a clear right vs. wrong choice.
Attempts to search in vain for an excuse to rationalize the wrong choice do not require your opponents be master political planners.#NCpol #NCGA
— Pete Kaliner (@PeteKaliner) April 22, 2019
This was a bill "searching in vain" for a victim. There really is only one way to deal with bills like this, just say no.
— Raleigh Republican Club (@RaleighGOP) April 22, 2019
That is the deepest pile of BS I've seen in awhile.
.@NCGOP observer re: #NC03's upcoming primary: "Unless something crazy happens, we’re going to a runoff. The only thing Republicans should be concerned about is if a crazy person gets through."
Probability of that happening: 100%. #ncpolhttps://t.co/2litWJPm6Q
— EQV Analytics (@AnalyticsEqv) April 22, 2019
Yeah, they're all at some level of crazy...
— Donald Bryson (@donaldbryson) April 22, 2019
Are you projecting? Because it feels like you're projecting.
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) April 23, 2019
Oh, he remembers what he did. He used his own Committee to gather intelligence about a DOJ probe, and then fed that intel directly to the subject of the investigation. Who then proceeded to obstruct justice and tamper with witnesses. And after betraying the trust of those trying to keep us safe, he has the gall to post stuff like this:
I joined Sen. @MarkWarner today to thank the brave men and women of the US Intel Community. Every day, Intel professionals risk their lives to keep our homeland safe. They do so without credit or thanks, but knowing their work is vital for our defense. https://t.co/KRGSMnh8T9
— Richard Burr (@SenatorBurr) July 26, 2018
And you are neither qualified nor capable of safeguarding their identities or operations.
On that contemptible note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 23, 2019
That's entirely possible. The human race is more of a blight than a benefit...