Having just paid my taxes (quarterly estimate a day late and, yeah, I owed a little more), I was curious to know where some of my money was going. I know it can be dangerous to ask too many questions of the government. I know I may learn things that I really don’t want to know. But ...
"We need someone in Congress who puts education, educators, and children first. We need someone who will stand up for those voiceless interests rather than appealing to a blind allegiance to the White House’s misguided priorities in educational policy. Who better to stand up for education than a lifelong educator like Roy Carter?"
---Tripp Jeffers, President of the Forsyth County Association of Educators and member of the North Carolina Association of Educators Governmental Relations Commission
Join Hampton Dellinger, Candidate for Lt. Governor, at 7 P.M. on Sunday, April 20 for a live-blog. If you can't be here on Sunday evening, please leave your questions for Hamp here, so he has a chance to answer them.
Looks like things get better and better- Sigmon's got TV commercials running now. Admittedly few of us will see them as they will probably stick to Conservative news networks, but hey, I might just try to catch an airing.