As you are all aware, our Blount County Board of Commissioners operate as a ‘facade’.
They ‘APPOINT’ their politically biased cronies to committees to insure their WASTEFUL SPENDING and RAISING TAXES AGENDA gets enacted. There is little opportunity for discussion before they VOTE, in what I would assess as ‘ASSEMBLY-LINE’ or ‘DOMINO’ fashion, allowing little opportunity for redress – which they totally IGNORE anyway. As with the FRAUD in the White House, they generally have one or more ‘political shills’ to read a prearranged scripted statement to commend them for their fine leadership. One does not have to be a ‘rocket scientist’ to reach the conclusion it is all an EVIL corrupted process led by individuals who DO NOT represent the best interest of the citizens of Blount County.
Only if people come out to VOTE will we be able to see truly meaningful change.
The PRIMARY Election is the MOST IMPORTANT election!
Early voting begins April 16.
The precincts are at the Blount County Court House, the old Everett High School, and the Pellissippi Center on 321.
Senator Stacey Campfield seems to be the only one with any sense on the matter. Judges are already overpaid. They could go without pay raises for the next 10 years and still live much easier lives that most people. If Judges have any integrity, they will refuses the raises to give the over taxed working people a break. Let’s see if there’s even one among them willing to stop draining the taxpayers.
Of all the candidates who’s picture could be featured, guess who’s picture wound up on the website?
As for the cost centers, I’ve been telling people that important information when I go door to door. The reason I didn’t go into details is respect for the time of the people in the audience. However, I am happy to go into the details of the budget with anyone interested.
“I painted some signs, just simple hand-painted, nothing fancy, that said ‘Greene wheel tax you,’ and painted a tire on there just to remind the voters of my district that Greene supported the wheel tax,” Monroe said.
Greene was one of 13 commissioners who voted to hold a special election in June 2013 on whether to levy a $35 wheel tax on automobiles to help plug a shortfall in the county schools’ budget. It failed 8,885 to 4,087.
“It went over 3-1 against in the 7th District,” Monroe said. “In Friendsville in particular — 82 percent of voters voted against it. I thought that would be a very good campaign issue to focus on because he seems to be very much out of touch with what the citizens of the 7th District want, which is a strong fiscal conservative. He’s not been that. I will be a strong fiscal conservative who will focus on cutting waste rather than their family budgets.”
Biometric identification for nearly all citizens is here. I tried to stop this for years, but failed.
From Mark at the Constitutional Alliance:
This month is the first month in the enforcing of the Real ID Act 2005.
The Constitutional Alliance has published a new article today explaining the enforcement as it will play out this year and subsequent years. You can read the article by visiting www.constitutionalalliance.org
If you did not take the time to read the previous article “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” you should when visiting our web-site.
It is sad, actually pitiful when lawmakers do not take the time to read legislation before voting on that legislation. The Constitutional Alliance has taken the time to provide citizens with analysis of Comprehensive Immigration Reform. If citizens do not take the time to learn about legislation congress is considering and in this case the senate has already passed, what does that say about each of us?
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“The “freeze” of common core is all but useless. The department says common core is fully implemented so to say you aren’t going to implement it any further is like saying you filled up your gas tank but you aren’t going to put any more gas in your tank.”
The State Dept. of Education brings Steve Smith and Emily Barton (K-12 “lead” for PARCC, the no-bid, federally-mandated, overpriced testing arm created with Race To The Top money) to explain that Common Core is now already fully implemented. That means there is no “further implementation” to delay for two years. They then use an appeal to fear (that’s a logical fallacy for the Common Core – educated out there) that if we don’t keep Common Core implemented, the state may be liable to the federal government for the $500+ million we fraudulently obtained through RTTT and have already spent. I GUESS COMMON CORE ISN’T “STATE-LED” THEN IS IT?
They also claim great improvement on NAEP assessments last year due to Common Core. A post on that false statement is forthcoming.