Sinclair Community College

Local campaign finance winners and losers

Number one rule in journalism: follow the money. When it comes to politics and who wants to buy your vote: follow the money. When I look to see what I could and should support, I like to look at the money. In Montgomery County it takes a lot of work to do it- mostly because Read More

Montgomery County Voters Guide Issues

Statewide we have Issue 1 or “Marsy’s Law” on the surface looks like a victims rights law. Problem is, we already have almost all the parts of it on the books. It doesn’t need to be written into the constitution. When both prosecutors and public defenders are against it- you probably should be too. Vote Read More

Opposition to Sinclair Levy, Issue 4 finally recognized

Front page story in the Dayton Day Old News on Monday about the Sinclair Levy, Issue 4, and they actually contacted me as the leader of the opposition to continuing to fund Steve Johnson’s grandiose plans. I thought I’d wait until Wednesday to write about it, since that’s the lag they have in their reporting Read More

Vote NO on Sinclair Issue 4 and lower your taxes

Logic is something they are supposed to teach in college, yet, Sinclair Community College fails to use it when explaining their reason for only taxing Montgomery County property owners while having branch campuses in Warren, Preble and Greene Counties. The Sinclair line is, residents of other counties have to pay double the tuition of Montgomery Read More

A little sunshine on Sinclair meetings?

Dr. Steven Johnson thinks he can have private meetings with faculty and staff, to talk about very public things: Health Sciences Center Enrollment Task Force State Budget Midbiennial Review (MBR) “This meeting is open to employees of the college and is not intended to be a public or media event.” Suggestion Steve- go work at Read More

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