Dennis Lieberman

Government job- no posting required?

I sat on this story until after the election, alluding to it in my post on November 3rd. The election process wouldn’t have been well served had this news been made before the election. But, it’s time to stop making excuses for people serving the public trust- and it’s time to bring accountability to our Read More

The Monarchy of Montgomery County

How many “political families” do we have in Dayton that collect tax-dollar supported paychecks? Civil service standards? Whatever. We’ve got a “famiglia” in town that takes care of its workers, it’s called the Montgomery County Democratic Party and its patronage system is what keeps the good “earners” in line. I can’t do all of this, Read More

Getting on a ballot is the first challenge, then the real one appears

I’ve had my petitions rejected twice, once for being 3 signatures shy of 500 (and trust me- I had extras). So, how can the Montgomery County Board of Elections split on a failure to sign a petition? Only down party lines. Since I don’t run with a party- I was doomed. My last submission, 16 Read More

A different standard for the Party Faithful

Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray is playing favorites, handing a potentially lucrative class action lawsuit over to former Montgomery County Democratic Party Chairman Dennis Lieberman’s law firm. Lieberman is also the husband of Montgomery County Commissioner, Debbie Lieberman. Right now, Lieberman is facing $132,565 in federal tax liens. Which makes me go hmmm? Right now Read More

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