An Accurate Census? Don’t Count on It!

  By Jim Bleyer Every ten years the public is reminded, through news reports, commentary, and public service announcements just how important census-inspired statistics are to our economic well being and representative government. Political districts at the federal, state, and local levels are drawn based on population data. Without an …

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Vinik Protegé DeMeulenaere Resurfaces Near Boston

    By Jim Bleyer   Molly Demeulenaere, who spent a rocky tenure as CEO of the Museum of Science and Industry, is now in Massachusetts still promoting the arts. She is billed as a Development Consultant at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, Inc., a ferry ride from Boston. …

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Stubborn Castor Perpetuates Tampa’s Racism Reputation

  By Jim Bleyer A three-dimensional black and white chess game continues to be played out in Tampa between city officials and the African-American community with no resolution in sight. As in the board game, the queen, Mayor Jane Castor, is going full throttle to protect the king, Police Chief …

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DeSantis Plays Defense as Presidential Hopes Fade

    By E. Eugene Webb PhD, from Bay Post Internet It seemed so very perfect. The first-term governor, Navy SEAL, handsome, young, replete with beautiful wife and lovely family, political experience as a member of the US House of Representatives and a charming personality to go with all of …

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Clueless Trump Should Be Rooting For Sweden

    By Scott Myers, Guest Contributor Regarding “Donnie Bone Spurs,” here is the key consideration: Trump knows that when he is no longer POTUS, there is a very high probability that he will subsequently be going to prison.  Therefore, every move he makes is to keep his evil ass …

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Jim Davison to Challenge County Commissioner Pat Kemp

    By Jim Bleyer Jim Davison, a conservative activist and emergency room physician, is expected to file papers this week for the Hillsborough County Commission District 6 seat held by Pat Kemp. The heavyweight matchup promises to be a referendum on countywide transportation which has been a fiasco for …

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Identity Politics Hurting Dems 2020 Chances

    By Jim Bleyer The conventional wisdom—that earlier this year projected the 2020 political demise of Donald Trump and Democratic control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives—lies in tatters. Democrats themselves,  are responsible for dashing those high, if unrealistic expectations.  The majority of Americans abhor identity politics …

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