#Occupy

“Super Committee” and “Rebound”- semantics for stalling the inevitable

The “Super Committee” has now failed and the stock market dropped. We’re in a tizzy over imaginary actions that never happened, caused by something that wasn’t. The Dayton Daily News proclaims housing is rebounding in Dayton today. Really? How do we come up with these superlatives without any real justification? I was having a short Read More

Sticker; get the money out of politics- the 99%

Occupy Dayton IS the “Grande Illumination”

Sandy Gudorf is an overpaid tool of corporate America. As the president of the Downtown Dayton Partnership she is paid more than $100K a year to tax property owners and then give tax breaks to new businesses. She also hires cheap contract labor to do the job of cleaning downtown sidewalks as a way to Read More

David Esrati and Ken Wade

Another of the “Crazy Ones” who think they can change the world: Ken Aden Wade

Back in December of 2009 I wrote about a young US Army paratrooper who was going to transform our fair city of Dayton: We listened to political neophyte (because he doesn’t want to be a politician) give an hour and 15 minute ramble on how the “real people” will bring “real results” to changing Dayton. Read More

Miscarriage of justice: lying thieving CEO gets 7 days in prison, grocery clerk gets hammered

If you need further illustration of what is fueling  the #occupy movement, compare and contrast two local court cases. The first is a white-collar swindler, Michael Peppel, who robbed 271 investors of huge sums of money, caused at least 1,300 people to lose their jobs, made his suppliers eat his debts, and then sat in Read More

Illegally placed campaign signs in Dayton OH in the public right of way

Illegal signs from the people who make the laws

It’s election time again. Not that voters really have any choices in our community thanks to our Board of (S)Elections and the obsolete Dayton City Charter which put the power of access to the ballot into the hands of unelected political party pogues. When I run for office, all my signs go on private property, Read More

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