|"Pure unadulterated evil!"|
Her colleagues on the Villa Park city council—Republicans all—have purchased 20-foot poles to keep an appropriate distance from the daft woman. Good for them.
Pauly is shameless. She’s makin’ shit up about how she feared for her life, and that's why she demonized Muslims generally and not just the two Muslim fundraising event speakers—her alleged actual vituperative targets.
Check out Vern's post.
Nearly one in six retired public school educators in Orange County supplemented their pensions last year – some by more than $100,000 – by taking temporary jobs in California schools, according to data from the state's teacher retirement program.Zounds! I guess.
SOCCCD’s own Dixie Bullock gets a special mention:
Many of the highest paid retirees are long-time O.C. school administrators, such as Dixie Bullock, retired president of Saddleback College in Mission Viejo.Seems to me she's got a point.
Bullock topped the list for combined pension and post-retirement public school earnings after spending the first half of 2010 working as a fine arts dean and the second half as acting chancellor of the South Orange County Community College District.
Bullock, a San Juan Capistrano resident, earned $184,726 from post-retirement work in 2010 and received $125,779 in retirement pay.
"When I get paid, I get paid for doing a full job," said Bullock, who retired in 2004 after more than three decades with the community college district. "It's not double-dipping. It's called doing a job for someone, and it's probably one of the better ways of doing it. I don't think people would be happy hiring people with no experience into a management job like this one."
Bullock said educators were simply receiving from CalSTRS the retirement money they invested in the system. Teachers and administrators automatically send 8 percent of their paychecks to CalSTRS, with the expectation that the funds will be invested and returned to them when they retire.
"I don't know what isn't working about it," Bullock said. "I paid into the system, and I worked all my many years. I don't think I abused the system."