Author: David Esrati

Aaron "Bulldog" Dixon died in the Montgomery County Ohio jail from an overdose, days after being arrested. Did he die for our sins?

Streck’s house of horrors

I really shouldn’t have to be the one writing this story, that you now won’t read in the Dayton Daily newsless, because, if I broke the story- they can’t cover it. That’s why you haven’t heard anything about the Kettering Schools corruption coverup, the Higgins appeal, and the story about Dr. Lolli retiring from DPS- Read More

David Esrati introduces the Layoff Reduction Act- holding Corporate leaders accountable for employment

The Mass Layoff Act of 2023

Had I beaten Mike Turner, I would have been advancing this legislation in Congress. Instead, he’s still whining about classified documents in homes. For the record, I don’t care if you are Biden or Trump, having classified documents outside a secure area, should result in the exact same thing- go to jail, go directly to Read More

Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli is smiling because she got a retroactive raise in a meeting where the public couldn't comment

Elizabeth Lolli announces retiring- doesn’t even make the paper. Neither does her retroactive pay raise.

A letter from the Dayton City School District Superintendent: January 10, 2023 To the Board of Education, DPS Staff, and the Dayton Community, As I finish the final year of my contract, which ends on July 31, 2023, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on my six years as Superintendent of Dayton Read More

Superintendent Scott Inskeep kettering schools culture of corruption

Montgomery County Educational Service Center sued: Kettering Schools have some ‘splainin to do

Full disclosure: Lori Parks (nee Simms) is a wonderful human being who I’ve known for a long time. Bob Parks is one of the nice guys in my profession (advertising). I’ve been out to dinner with them, have competed with Bob on the same contract before (both of us lost), and I’ve never heard anyone Read More

US District Court Judge M. Thomas Rose

The truth, the half truth, and nothing closely resembling the truth. The Higgins Appeal.

If you watch any legal procedural on TV, you’ve heard the words that you swear before taking the stand, “Do you swear that the evidence you shall give to the court in this matter shall be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.” This is a story of anything but the truth. Read More

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