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FBI does nothing about ‘illegal’ campaign donations

Using the same rationale that the Toledo Blade used last August identifying a company CEO handing out money to his employees, or forcing employees to donate as a requirement for employment, I identified and reported a similar instance at Qbase in Beavercreek back in February of 2008. The spate of 17 donations of $1,000 each Read More

“The last nail in my political future” – supporting gay marriage

Yesterday, the president, our first black president, finally took the correct stand on gay marriage- to support it. It’s not about god, the bible or religion, it’s about equal rights. The same equal rights that were so long in coming to the black community, are starting to have a chance for the LBGT community. On Read More

Former local snake oil salesman has a new gig: Bill Pardue to ObjectFX

After getting fired from LexisNexis and the Gartner Group, and then taking the local economic development chumps on a ride with QBase, Bill Pardue has found a new patron saint: ObjectFX, a leading provider of geospatial intelligence solutions, today announced that Bill Pardue has been named Chief Executive Officer. Bill brings more than 25 years Read More

And the survey said: DDn to restructure

The reason the Dayton Daily news has lost readership isn’t that they have a liberal bias, or make idiotic endorsements, the reason the Dayton Daily news has lost readership is that they don’t write interesting stories. With a huge staff (the billboards brag about 1,000 people to “serve you”) the best they can publish is Read More

Is Esrati.com the Wikileaks of Dayton Ohio?

It’s been interesting to watch how Wikileaks made the last big leak available, to traditional media first and the rest of us later. Wasn’t that the point of the web- access to everybody? But, in this information overloaded society- we still look to established sources and tools to evaluate and analyze data for us. The Read More

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