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Women with Tasers

Women with Tasers

Guys, Beware! Taser International has developed a personal Taser that women can carry in their purses. It's about the size of an electric razor. I interviewed Steve Tuttle, Director of Communications of TASER International on my radio show, IN Your Head Radio. Sales for the personal Tasers have [...]

City hires big name

The City of Pensacola has landed Thaddeus Cohen as its next Community Development Director. Cohen had been the head of the State's Department Of Community Affairs. He was appointed to that post by Gov. Jeb Bush in 2004. Cohen is an established architect and urban designer with more than 30 [...]

Steel jobs in Mobile

Steel jobs in Mobile

ThyssenKrupp announced Jan. 4 that it is accepting applications for professional jobs at the projected $3.7 billion steel mill that the company is building in Mobile area. It expects to employ 2,700 people overall at the complex. Meanwhile, the Community Maritime Park - with its 1500 [...]

Who won NH debates?

The Times/CNN blog, Real Clear Politics, believes the winner on the GOP side was Sen. John McCain. the guy with all the mojo in New Hampshire didn't take any hits tonight, he successfully navigated the question of illegal immigration, and he fired off two devastating shots at Mitt Romney. It's [...]

Outzen campaign heats up

Outzen campaign heats up

The Tucson Weekly has an article on the Outzen for President campaign. Only Republicans and Democrats will be allowed to vote in the Feb. 5 presidential primary. Independents are not allowed to vote! Email your friends in Arizona and tell them to vote for me. I'm right in the center of the GOP [...]

Dems didn’t get much done in 2007

Dems didn’t get much done in 2007

The McClatchy Newspapers did a review of the 2007 Congressional year, and find the Democrats really didn't accomplish much. Democrats won control of both houses of Congress in a stunning 2006 election victory by vowing to wind down the Iraq war, marginalize President Bush, enact their agenda [...]

Does the Iowa Caucus matter?

Does the Iowa Caucus matter?

In 2004, Democratic Senator John Kerry got 124 more votes than John Edwards. Kerry went on to win the Democratic presidential nomination and get his butt kicked in the general election by GW Bush. The Caucuses killed the Howard Dean presidential chances when he came in a distant third. Dean was the [...]

Elebash has history against Studer, Park

Elebash has history against Studer, Park

Retired UWF professor C.C. Elebash, who wrote a viewpoint yesterday calling for the City to not build the baseball park, has a long history of opposing the multi-use stadium and Pensacola Pelican owner and Studer Group CEO Quint Studer. In 2006, we requested Pensacola City Councilman Marty [...]

Fink to start political newspaper

Fink to start political newspaper

We've heard that the son of ECUA board member Logan Fink may start political newspaper. Greg Fink is a political consultant and one-time reporter for the Pensacola Voice. He was elected to the Escambia Soil & Water Board in 2006. Fink led the effort to defeat the referendum for a 1/2 cent tax to [...]

Sorrell may leave ECUA

Sorrell may leave ECUA

Stephen Sorrell, executive director of the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority, is a finalist to manage the nation's largest desalination plant. The plant recently has passed a final round of testing and is now officially part of Tampa Bay Water's regional water supply system. There has been [...]

If only Pensacola could send out this flyer

If only Pensacola could send out this flyer

Iowa Caucus on INYHR

Iowa Caucus on INYHR

I will be interviewing reporter Jason Hancock on the latest developments on the presidential races. Get the inside scoop on IN Your Head Radio from 1 to 2 p.m. on News Radio 1620 AM. Listen from your computer: Link

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