Coronavirus Crisis

Sheriff Streck’s house of horror

June 18, 2020, I published :Covid19 spreading in the Montgomery County Jail June 19, 2020 I published Sheriff Streck hits the panic button Some people started paying attention. June 20, 2020 the Dayton Daily news publishes “Citizens demand action as jail’s virus cases mount” The sheriff writes a letter from the Montgomery County Jail to Read More

Covid-19 hits the Montgomery County Jail

Lookout folks, the local house of mismanagement and torture, the Montgomery County Jail, under the “leadership” of Sheriff Rob Streck, is about to see a string of lawsuits the size of which we’ve never seen before. A few inmates are now testing positive as is one corrections officer. They are trying to quarantine cells, but Read More

Whaley having it both ways

To be clear, even though Mayor Nan Whaley thinks and acts like she runs the city, she is but one vote on a commission of five, that is supposed to provide oversight on the City Manager. The City Manager is supposed to run this city. Unfortunately, that’s not how things work in real life. City Read More

When America knew humble pride

Just after WWII, America, victorious in war yet battled by its aftermath, had to face an uncertain future just like what we are facing during the Coronavirus pandemic. Granted, the coronavirus death toll, while still climbing, hasn’t reached the 405,000 that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country and world peace during WWII, but, there Read More

Now, can we solve the digital divide?

In 2012, my campaign platform included the proposal that we have a citywide wifi system and that every Dayton Public Schools student be equipped with an iPad. I wanted to end the “digital divide.” I’d also have thrown in, that every time we run new gas lines, we include fiber optic lines as part of Read More

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