prior to his August 30th primary election Ron Bowen talks about paying down Port St Lucie’s debt
Everyone knows the old joke, “How can you tell when a politician is lying to you?” Answer: “His lips are moving.” Well, the WPSL/League of Woman Voters candidate forum always seems to have a never-ending supply of moving lips. You just need to listen and know where to look, or you have to sign up for Because This Matters and wait for another impactful installment. (more…)
Two School Board seats up for grabs on August 30th.
The time for action has come.
The opportunity to do something great for our schools and our children’s education is right in front of us. Let us not allow this one to slip through our fingers. I drive through the traffic circle at California and Peacock about 6 or 8 times a week. I have been watching the new Somerset Prep school that is under construction, and I smile, knowing that the readers of this blog played a part in making that happen. (more…)
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Demand the end of government-backed student loans.
Wayne State Univ in Detroit, MI has elected to drop its requirement in mathematics and is considering a requirement in “diversity” to graduate. This is more than just the most recent chapter in the liberal indoctrination of the nation and another notch in the belt of those looking to dumb down America. This is just plain insanity and a clear and concise reason to call for the end of government-backed student loans. (more…)
AAF Ridership Study is Out All Aboard Florida (AAF) produced their ridership and fare projection report and Nicole Rodriquez of our own TCPalm did a fine job of reporting on it. Here is a link to her article. (Rodriquez just happens to be one of the few bright spots at TCPalm, IMHO) The report was done by the Louis Berger Group, (LBG) a
Could AAF ridership projections be overly optimistic?
multinational corporation of engineers and bean counters that issue reports on infrastructure projects around the world. The report was paid for by Florida East Coast Industries (FECI), parent of AAF. I have no doubt that the cost of the 150 page report was quite high, and when you pay a lot for something you have a pretty good idea of what you’re going to get in return. The report has a lot of information. LBG will tell the reader the numbers produced are assumptions. These assumptions amazingly fall in line with what AAF has projected all along. (more…)