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The How and Why of Drumpf

Monday, 26 December 2016 19:23

Since the November presidential election, perhaps you, like me, periodically ruminate on what has happened. Maybe you are asking yourself, how did this happen?  Are people really this gullible?  What is going on?   I have read articles that have helped me make sense of what is going on. They have given me a new frame of reference on the president-elect.  None of it makes me feel any better about what we are facing in the future. 

Meet an interesting top local journalist, who will explore the new reality of the "age of Trump."

 

Jeb Bush is a serious contender as Romney's Secretary of Education in spite if the fact that he himself and his companies would profit from his decisions.

Privatization is not private - for you

Sunday, 01 April 2012 17:28

How much, in cash, is your private, personal information worth to a private company who sells it on the open market?

Citizens' easy-to-use tool, who votes for what, where the money comes from...
Joe Pishgar, a self-proclaimed social liberal, fiscal democrat, has announced his candidacy for State Representative, District 31.
Public servants, including city managers and city council members, should not violate The People's trust. OUR VIEW, by the SCPA.

About Florida Sunshine Law

Monday, 10 August 2009 23:00
In June 2009, Rockledge City Manager and City Council Members intentionally tried government in secret -- which means all of us had best learn more about the Sunshine Law, and holding government accountable.

Haridopolos spin beyond the pale

Thursday, 23 July 2009 23:00
Read this email exchange between Haridopolos and our West Shore Principal, and try to laugh if you can. Tragic comedy, this grinning politician that lies beyond belief. Warning: the b.s. factor is pretty hard to stomach.
Florida ranks last in money received per person from the stimulus package. Isn't Posey fun?
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