Culture of Corruption

Dayton City Commission Candidates on the issues

The Dayton Daily news sent us all questionnaires with softball questions. I’m reprinting them here so you can find them easily. I will update as each day progresses. If you think everything is “Great in Dayton” you can reelect Matt Joseph for his fifth term or Chris Shaw to his second. If you want to Read More

The disaster coming to Dayton that’s decades in the making

Some people have said that the FBI and the DOJ feel sorry for poor old Dayton and there won’t be any more indictments concerning “the Culture of Corruption.” From the Klan rally, to the tornadoes to the mass shooting, we’re a city that has had enough trauma. I’m not sure what fairytale land they are Read More

Emergency response or real long term economic development

In the wake of the tornado epidemic, people came out in droves to provide food and water and clear the initial destruction. What’s most important now is restoring a semblance of normalcy for those who’ve been displaced from their homes, lost their vehicles, or have no workplace left to go to. When re-homing households there Read More

The Clueless Dayton City Commission- Knoop Prairie Mystery

Nan Whaley was AWOL at tonight’s packed Dayton City Commission meeting. It’s really too bad, because I called for her resignation. The other 100 speakers or so- asked for the city commission to not destroy the Paul Knoop Prairie to put up another warehouse by the airport. You know- because there aren’t any other vacant Read More

The Klan, The Tornadoes and the Chain of Command

The city spent $650K to make sure the KKK rally was safe. Everybody had a plan. Tornadoes rip through the city. Everybody wants to help- no one had a plan. I’ve been kinda quiet. I’m not the HMFIC. Look it up. I’ve run for office more times than anyone who’s been elected in Dayton. I’m Read More

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