Nan Whaley

Thank you voters! David Esrati presumptive Democrat for Congress OH-10

I just realized it’s been a few days since the primary, and I’ve not posted a Thank you here. Thank you voters of Montgomery, Greene and Clark counties. Here’s what I have been doing- reaching out to donors to start the war chest. Because I’m in advertising and fully understand the targeting technology of data Read More

We can neither confirm or deny that the Freedom of Information act is not a joke

We’re supposed to have a government for the people, by the people. However, since “Citizens United” it’s been a lot more of a government for the rich by the rich. Politicians primary profession besides being professional grifters- is being a lawyer. And if you want the truth about the entire legal profession- it’s the only Read More

The Feds got coal for Christmas this year

Full disclosure: Brian Higgins is a friend and a sometimes client. Also- this is long, but so is the comedy of errors in this community. If you believe a jolly fat man from the North Pole, keeps a list of who’s naughty and nice, slides down your chimney, leaves gifts for your kids, and flies Read More

Public records requests, Freedom of Information act requests and their importance to democracy

The NY Times headline reads “Hidden Pentagon Records Reveal Patterns of Failure in Deadly Airstrikes” and it outlines a pattern of corruption and lawlessness by our military that was responsible for killing civilians in a war zone. They were obtained through Freedom of Information requests beginning in March 2017 and lawsuits filed against the Defense Read More

And the missing white people from the indictments for the Culture of Corruption

Here are the unsealed warrants in the case against Nan Whaley- the FBI GPS tracking and the phone tracking. It’s pretty clear that David Cleavenger, (with apparent “white guy immunity”) a former City of Dayton aide was Rhine McLin’s bagman, and WIllis Blackshear Sr. was Nan’s. My earlier references to Marlon C. Shackelford as a Read More

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