Wednesday Music: Dedicated to Waste Management and Jefferson Parish

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2uQyP-I2VI

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You can't trust the rats to reform their system

Vivek Wadhwa writes a column for the WaPo on the death of Obama’s Open Government Initiative. Obama is such a fair weather sort of dude when it comes to following through with his 2008 campaign promises that this pound foolish debacle doesn’t surprise me.

The only way to reform government is to cut out the special interests.  For this reason alone Ron Paul’s message holds some reasonance for me as the rats won’t stop otherwise until the country is bankrupt.

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Capella political hack Pat Tovrea needs to learn a bit of restraint. An occasional Jefferson Parish Failing Schools Update.

Why are Jefferson Parish Schools some of the worst in the state of Louisiana?

See Pat Tovrea run for School Board.
See JPSB member Pat Tovrea harass central office employees.
See JPSB member Pat Tovrea stalk central office employees.
See JPSB member Pat Tovrea bully central office employees.
See Employee file for a restraining order.

Maybe spending too much time with his nose up Tommy Capella’s hiney makes Pat an angry guy. Or maybe the thirst for loot makes Pat act like Tom Wilkinson during in his thirst for loot. Whatever the case this Pat Tovrea is a product of the machine. And the voters of Jefferson Parish are getting exactly the kind schools they deserve. The amazing thing is I bet there are some dedicated educators in the system that still give 100% trying to make a difference. It must really suck for those folks. Continue reading “Capella political hack Pat Tovrea needs to learn a bit of restraint. An occasional Jefferson Parish Failing Schools Update.”

Justice Court Judge Teresa Dearman back on the blogs

NMC recently posted about Stone County Justice Court Judge Teresa Dearman and a few of the problems she’s had properly running her courtroom.

We tackled Miss Dearman’s judicial escapades last year and her lawyer stopped in with a rebuttal. The Mississippi Supreme Court obviously did not see things the same way but Miss Dearman remains on the bench.

It will be interesting to see if the problems in her courtroom will translate into problems at the ballot box in a couple of months.

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