Government in general

Let the draft dodger in chief and his straps eat MREs

The management for the Air Force One program is right here in Dayton. Our friends and neighbors (and even a political candidate) work hard to maintain and keep Air Force One flying- but, here is a story about them spending $24 million dollars on some refrigerators. That’s right- refrigerators. The Boeing Company was awarded a Read More

The new SBA regional bigwig is a Dayton original

For those of you who read this blog, and watch my videos, you’ll probably remember the 20 minute ramble my friend from across the aisle- Rob Scott and I had about running to be a precinct captain last week: How to run for precinct captain for your party- the video It quickly got over 1000 Read More

Last day to register to vote in May election

In May- all Dayton voters will be asked to choose who they want to advance in the nonpartisan city commission race. This is NOT a primary- you don’t have to declare party affiliation to vote. The state has made changing and updating your voter registration easier- now allowing updates online: https://olvr.sos.state.oh.us/ovru/Modify.aspx I usually have voter Read More

Another blow to the American dream

Come to America, where everyone can become a millionaire. Thing is, a million ain’t what it used to be. It’s been a long time since I served with the U.S. Army Special Forces. We liked to think of our special operations units as the “quiet professionals.” We didn’t like to have our pictures taken, we’d Read More

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