Dayton Regionalism

How to do a background check in Dayton Ohio- and how it could be easier.

The first response to a facebook job posting was obviously too good to be true. Someone with a long history of accounting and bookkeeping applied. She loved dogs (we have 2-3 in the office daily) and wrote a very nice cover letter. No grammatical errors, covered our test questions (attention to detail is important) and Read More

Why our political candidates generally suck

Something to think about, you need to prove proficiency for lots of jobs before you take them. Barbers, paramedics, police officers, electrician, plumber, architect, lawyer, civil engineer, surveyor, realtor, insurance agent, dental hygienist, teacher, nurse, school superintendent, truck driver, private investigator, pharmacy tech, massage therapist, social worker, appraiser, hell, you even need a permit to Read More

Huber Heights is another nexus of corruption

There are a few very specific things a public body can go into executive session for, and one of the most important is to discuss legal matters and strategy. The Huber Heights City Council last night just fired a shot across the bow by passing a first reading to spend 6 figures to pick a Read More

Why quoting Dave Chappelle loses you an election and other dime store philosophers advice for failed politicians

Apparently I came in last because I’m “not allowed to type or say the nword” He comes back with a screen shot of my post after watching Dave Chappelle’s WYSO benefit. Here’s the official damning screen shot: Because George Carlin said the 7 words you can’t say on television, this instantly sums up all of Read More

Esrati Proposes Free Public Transit

Candidate for Dayton City Commission David Esrati is proposing fare free public transit in Montgomery County via the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority. Esrati believes that free public transit will do more to lift people out of poverty than tax breaks for developers or other “job creation” efforts by government. It will also help to Read More

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