Yes, you read it right. In today’s editorial, the New York Post admitted that Randi was right. [Registration required.] Don’t get too excited. The Post is not yet quite ready to renounce its sordid anti-teacher and anti-union editorial stance. It isn’t exactly pleased that it has to admit Randi’s right. What is the issue? The section in the Memorandum of Agreement committing the City to lobbying for pension law changes, if the contract is ratified. These changes would allow Tier 2, 3 and 4 members to retire, without penalty, at age 55 with 25 years of service. Says the Post… Critics of the new teachers’ contract are accusing United Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten of misleading her members about the agreement’s retirement benefits. Now, we don’t often find reason to stick up for Weingarten, but this time, she’s absolutely right — except, perhaps, in the most technical sense. And, frankly, it’s a shame — because those new perks will cost taxpayers plenty. This is one time we will give the Post the last word.