Did You See How the Wall Street Journal Ripped the Providence Teachers Union?

Providence schools – a union-run «Horror Show»
Have you seen the scathing Wall Street journal editorial on Providence schools? They didn’t hold back. What an embarrassment for teachers and educators who truly care about helping kids!
The WSJ article clearly blamed powerful teachers unions as a major reason why students are not receiving the education they deserve. The broken collective-bargaining process that controls the schools in our state – and unions that only care about money and power, not the well-being of our students – must be exposed. We’re working hard on this … and we need your help.
Union bosses don’t want public employees, especially teachers, to know about their newly restored rights … because some workers may choose to leave the broken union system. Last June, the Supreme Court’s landmark Janus ruling means union leaders can no longer automatically plunder the pocketbooks of public employees to fund the far-left union political agenda. But someone needs to educate union members about their rights.
Last August, our Center launched its campaign to educate public servants about their restored First Amendment rights. But union leaders, along with their crony-friends in government, want to keep employees in the dark – and in their unions – at any cost.
Our Center just completed our first mailer to government workers. Please donate now to help fund more mailers! Overall, our campaign has had tremendous success in its first year, by some estimates we may have already costs Rhode Island Unions nearly $250,000 in dues.

That why we’ve launched our Summer Giving campaign campaign, where you have the chance to help us provide factual information to government workers.

Here’s how you can help: For every $50 you give, we can send a mailer to about 60 public employees with honest information about their rights; with maybe 10-15 of such workers choosing to keep the $750/yr or so in dues for their own families … meaning union bosses will have about $750 less to to spend on their progressive-left political agenda.

To meet our goal of reaching 6000 more workers, we need to raise $5,000 by the end of July! Your partnership is vital to ensure public employees are free to make their own choices when it comes to public-sector unions.

Your gift of $25, $50, $100, or $250 will go a long way. Every contribution helps us reach more people.

Click here now to give $25 to fight against the union system.

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Please go to our donation page – – now to make a tax deductible donation. Thank you for your generous support.

In Liberty,
Mike Stenhouse, CEO