Alright, this issue needs to be cleared up once and for all.
There are people in town trying to rewrite history about contributions to city council members – or just don’t know what they are talking about. Part of the reason we are in this whole mess with the Longmont Fair Campaign Practices Act (LFCPA) and the Election Committee (EC) all comes down to a $5,000 contribution to Gabe Santos from the Longmont Association of Realtors. But here’s what the people who keep mentioning this either have conveniently forgotten or don’t want you to know: Continue reading →
It’s a rare treat for your loyal editor and publisher to respond to the occasional sniping from the pointless peanut gallery. If I did it all the time, I’d have nothing else to do, and it’s boring to argue with the ignorant.
But someone (you’ve never heard of) has gone out of her way to mention me a couple of times in reference to a recent board appointment, so let me answer. Her name is Paula Burr (just by typing that, her name exposure just went up 100 fold), an Obamabot from Organizing For America (which probably explains why she doesn’t care for me or my appointment) and has repeatedly said she’s “puzzled“. I’ll try to unpuzzle. Continue reading →
November 2011 is right around the corner if you think you might be interested in becoming a Longmont City Council member. The time to start planning is NOW, not in mid-2011. This doesn’t mean you should announce NOW, but it’s never too early to get your ducks in in a row. Continue reading →
(The following guest opinion appeared in the November 24, 2009 Longmont Times-Call)
One of my more favorite hobbies is to collect data, sift through and crunch the numbers, and then try to make some sense out of it or look at it in a slightly different way. I’m a political junkie, especially when it comes to elections, so I’d like to put to rest this falsehood that keeps floating around town. Continue reading →
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