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Mayor Nan Whaley tries to sell issue 6 as a renewal when it is in fact a permanent tax change at the same rate.

Dayton’s Issue 6 – Deceptive mailings

My parents and I received a postcard in the mail today asking us “On May 6, voter FOR ISSUE 6 and RENEW DAYTON.” My father, a senior, who is relatively astute, said that he read it- and has no clue what Issue 6 is. Dayton is a Great City. Let’s Keep It That Way! For Read More

When buying political office in Dayton, don’t buy local: Whaley spends out of town

The post election campaign finance reports were due Friday. The Dayton Daily weighed in claiming this the most expensive race ever, if you add in the in-kind donations the Whaley campaign took in: Whaley raised $364,969 and spent $411,656, according to reports filed beginning in January 2013. She spent more than she took in because Read More

Who’s the criminal part 2: IMR or CareSource?

I lost a few good friends when I wrote the post, “Who’s the criminal? SCLC, Montgomery County or CareSource? It wasn’t something you publicly say when the payroll taxes of CareSource are the only thing keeping the City coffers filled then or now. Once again, the government is pursuing the little guys instead of the Read More

How to cut the cost of Medicare and save tax dollars

Medicare is a major financial driver for healthcare in Ohio; the government insurance program for the elderly and disabled younger people paid for 41 percent of all medical services at Ohio hospitals last year, according to the Ohio Hospital Association. via Hospitals’ Medicare funding cut over readmissions | www.daytondailynews.com. There is no arguing that America Read More

“Modern medicine” in America- buyer beware

How long would your business last with no printed prices? Can you imagine people going to a McDonald’s and ordering a Big Mac then getting a bill for $300 after you finish eating it? Or, you take your car into the shop for an oil change, and later get a bill for more than the Read More

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