On Monday we shared with you exclusively an email thread that started with a WEAC hack who freaked when he saw Bill Osmulski of the MacIver Institute News Service trying to interview the Superintendent of New Holstein Public Schools. He proceeded to "warn" Superintendents that Osmulski was pretending to be a journalist (he IS a journalist.)
Now that Osmulski has filed his story we have a pretty good idea of what the paranoid panic was all about. From Bill's story:
A $416,219.32 payment to WEA Trust for health insurance and $237,861.68 to utility companies from the New Holstein School District raises questions about how school districts across the country were allowed to spend federal stimulus money.
I urge you to read the rest of Bill's story. It also explains the line in the email thread "as if we didn't have enough to worry about." Yes, it's now clear why a journalist asking questions about this would be something to worry about.