Dan Proft discussed the impact Super Tuesday could have on the Illinois Primary on ABC 7 news.
In November 2014, I called on newly elected – or re-elected – state legislators to consider funding education based on equity, efficiency and excellence.
Yet, union controlled Democrat state legislators didn’t stand with us on this issue. We can’t allow these legislators to force families into a failing system that leaves children behind, especially when better alternatives exist… And we can’t allow Democrat state legislators – who ignored our call to action the first time – to cling to their waning power and crumbling institutions at the expense of the school children and tax payers of Chicago and beyond. We can’t. And we won’t.
No matter how they try to spin it, the disaster that continues to unfold in Chicago has its roots firmly planted in the corruption and incompetence of ruling class politicians. For decades, they ran the city and the state unchecked. The Chicago Machine needs to take the heat off. So, Rahm opened up his coveted black book and called in a diversion.
Ted Cruz’s victory, along with the fact that 60% of lily white fly over Iowa Republicans voted for an Hispanic or African-American to be their president, undermines the only narrative keeping the Democratic party and its allies in business: that Republicans are racist.
On January 29, Illinois Opportunity Project Co-Founders Dan Proft and Pat Hughes joined Fox Business at 560-AM Studios to discuss the last Republican Presidential Debate before primary voting begins.