Stewart’s Blog: Mayor Gillum Tells Crowd He Sees “Big Old Confederate Flags” in Tallahassee Everyday

Stewart’s Blog: Mayor Gillum Tells Crowd He Sees “Big Old Confederate Flags” in Tallahassee Everyday

As if we do not have enough pubic relations problems here in Tallahassee, Mayor Andrew Gillum, while in Tampa, took an opportunity to paint Tallahassee as the home to a lot of “big old confederate flags” in his pursuit of votes for higher office. According to a report by FloridaPolitics.com reporter Mitch Perry, Mayor Andrew […]

Stewart’s Blog: How to Stop Conflicts with Vendors and Campaign Consultants

Stewart’s Blog: How to Stop Conflicts with Vendors and Campaign Consultants

Instead of waiting around for indictments, it is time for local leaders and interested parties to begin to form an outline of what changes are needed to address the ethical challenges that face local government. Without rehashing the ethical lapses over the last several years, the are number of simple changes that would address current […]

Stewart’s Blog: Commissioner, were you on a flight to Las Vegas?

Stewart’s Blog: Commissioner, were you on a flight to Las Vegas?

As our community waits for the next shoe to drop in the investigation by federal authorities of local government actions, it is time for elected officials to answer some basic questions. It is true, that in a court of law everyone is innocent until proven guilty. However, to maintain the credibility of government institutions, public […]

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