Marc Mucher, Indian River County, Fl Taxpayer Assoc. Board Member Incites Societal Division.

Steve Flaraty, Dr. Steve Flaherty, pictured right. Dr. Steve Flaherty, above right, recognized above by the Taxpayers Association of Indian River County, recently sent out an email to its members, as a service, with information on the forthcoming election process. Dr. Flaherty copied most of the information from the Supervisor of Elections website, https://www.voteindianriver.com/.  The information … Continue reading Marc Mucher, Indian River County, Fl Taxpayer Assoc. Board Member Incites Societal Division.

It Would Have be Helpful if Our Government Released School Re-Opening Guidelines Like Indian River County, FL?

On June 11 2020 Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis unveiled a plan that expected K-12 schools to reopen in August at "full capacity.” On July 7 President Trump said: "So we're very much going to put pressure on Governors and everybody else to open the schools, to get them open...We're going to be putting aloe of pressure … Continue reading It Would Have be Helpful if Our Government Released School Re-Opening Guidelines Like Indian River County, FL?

David Brooks: “The Loneliness Crisis.”

David Brooks "Thirty-five percent of Americans over forty-five are chronically lonely. Only eight percent of Americans report having important conversations with their neighbors in a given year. In 1950, less than 10 percent of households were single-person households; now nearly 30 percent are. The majority of children born to women under thirty are born into … Continue reading David Brooks: “The Loneliness Crisis.”

“Black People are Arrested at Disproportionate Rates for Felonies…” and in Florida Most Won’t Likely Vote in November 2020.

During Reconstruction the federal government passed a series of constitutional amendments aimed to extend rights and citizenship to emancipated slaves—the 13th Amendment (1865) outlawed slavery, the 14th Amendment (1868) extended citizenship to all persons born in the United States and reaffirmed equal protection of the laws to all citizens, and the 15th Amendment (1870) protected the suffrage of … Continue reading “Black People are Arrested at Disproportionate Rates for Felonies…” and in Florida Most Won’t Likely Vote in November 2020.

2020 5G Backlash in Five US Communities.

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA. KPIX CBSSF Bay Area 9/2/2020: Residents of the Palo Alto Bay Area have been fighting relentlessly to slow the rollout of wireless antennas in their neighborhoods. The city finally released a new wireless ordinance that bans 5G cell towers within 600 feet of schools, but only 20 feet from residential areas, including homes … Continue reading 2020 5G Backlash in Five US Communities.

Data is Lacking on Symptoms That Persist After COVID-19 Recovery.

'COVID-19 Recovery May Take Months': Italian Survivors Experience Symptoms After Recovery. We have plenty of data on COVID-19 cases and deaths by towns, cities, counties and states, but data on symptoms that persist after COVID recovery is lacking.   In an article by Angelo Carfi, MD, Roberto Bernabei, MD and Francesco Landi in the Jama Network a … Continue reading Data is Lacking on Symptoms That Persist After COVID-19 Recovery.

Letter from Tim Zorc, Indian River County, FL Commissioner.

August 9, 2020 Dear IRC Taxpayers and Facebook Friends: I ask that you take a few minutes to understand the seriousness of what is happening in the District 3 Commission race and why it is important to the taxpayers to understand what is on the line. Please allow me to explain the mega price tag on … Continue reading Letter from Tim Zorc, Indian River County, FL Commissioner.

Why Some People Don’t Wear Masks.

There is growing scientific evidence for masks to fight Covid-19. There is growing scientific evidence that wearing a mask (and social distancing) is one the most important measures we can take to fight coronavirus. Yet large numbers of people don’t see the need to wear one, leading to recent surges of the virus in most U.S. states.  … Continue reading Why Some People Don’t Wear Masks.

700-plus Medical and Scientific Professionals Urge the FCC to Hold Off Approving Spectrum for 5G.

Ajit Pai, Chairman Federal Communications Commissions. FCC to approve Spectrum Plan the Pentagon says will harm GPS. Senior Pentagon leaders warn that such a move will lead to “unacceptable” harm to the GPS system by creating new interference that could disrupt satellites critical to national security. For Release: Thursday, August 6, 2020 Contact: Zoe Berg (516) 883-0887 … Continue reading 700-plus Medical and Scientific Professionals Urge the FCC to Hold Off Approving Spectrum for 5G.

Clifton Rodgers: “The Man Who Conquered Polio.”

Jonathan Gillibrand, Richard Wolfe and Clifton Rodgers of the Real Estate Roundtable. Photo by: Georgetown Dish. Clifton Rodgers is a friend. He is commercial real estate public relations advocate who has played a leading role in legislation of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) and its subsequent extensions and coordinate its Homeland Security Task Force … Continue reading Clifton Rodgers: “The Man Who Conquered Polio.”