Don’t put it past any school district in the state to sink to any level in order to get a massive property tax increase (school referendum) approved.
The MacIver Institute has committed what my friend Charlie Sykes often referred to as “a flagrant act of journalism.”
They report on the November referendum in Cedarburg:
As the campaign to approve nearly $60 million in new spending heats up, some are wondering whether the Cedarburg School District pro-referendum crowd is stacking the deck.
Documents obtained by MacIver News Service through an open records request suggest that district officials were more concerned with tilting the results of a community survey than gauging public sentiment on the spending measure.
It may come as a shock to the many who put full faith and trust into their education intelligentsia, but Earth to the naive: Take off the blinders. They can’t be trusted.
Read the MacIver Institute report that you won’t read in the Journal Sentinel, here.