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We told you so …Touchscreen voting

From Orlando Sentinel: Touch-screen-voting machines in at least four Florida counties recorded unusually high percentages of ballots with no votes in Tuesday’s election — a…

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Mark O’Brien translator – 11/10/06

Actually a pretty good column from Mark in the PNJ: Winners of the recent city bid to develop a city parcel near Gulf Power on…

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Stick it Rick Baste a success

Last night the Baste Roast of me raised nearly $25,000 for the Arthritis Foundation. It was a memorable time for all –everybody got a few…

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More voting machine buzz

Glitches delayed balloting in dozens of Indiana and Ohio precincts, and Illinois officials were swamped with calls from voters complaining that poll workers did not…

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The people have spoken

The national election worked as it’s meant to work. The House of Representative is suppose to represent the voices of the people – they aren’t…

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Money can’t buy you a seat

The GOP-backed Charles Glover couldn’t buy the Escambia County School Board District 3 seat. Nearly every person who voted in the 2004 general election in…

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Ding, Dong…Save Our City is dead

The Pensacola City Council results are in. None of the SOC candidates – Sam Hall, Jerry Howard, and Bob Walker – won. Sam Hall did…

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Iraqi Blogs

I wanted to gain a better perspective on the Iraqi view on the war so I searched for Iraqi blogs. Here are a few I…

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Film Fest – a hit!

Film Fest’s Artistic Director Tom Roush called to say the films were all well attended (except of the bitter cold Friday night outdoor viewing of…

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