June 2014 Blog Posts (24)

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Added by FCTP on June 3, 2014 at 12:59pm — No Comments

GOVERNMENT WATCH TEAM: Amid criticism, Jacksonville pension sides meeting again Tuesday to hash out more points

Thirteen days ago Mayor Alvin Brown proclaimed it was great day for Jacksonville after his chief negotiator and the Police and Fire Pension Fund’s top administrator reached an agreement on pension reform.

But as the days turned into nearly two weeks, the agreement seems to be anything but that with both sides now questioning the logic behind each party’s understanding of the May 21st agreement.

Now both sides will come together again at noon Tuesday to hash it out in public.…

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Added by Vic Cirillo on June 3, 2014 at 11:12am — 1 Comment

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GSA executive with top-secret clearance didn’t disclose China trip, past felonies

Spies may have hacked his phone

Top General Services Administration officials learned of a troubling discovery by the agency’s watchdog office back in December: a GSA executive responsible for…

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Added by FCTP on June 3, 2014 at 9:52am — No Comments

$15 Minimum Wage - Seattle

Will the last person leaving Seattle please turn off the lights?

The $15 Minimum Wage and The Unintended Consequences of Feel-Good Economics

Seattle’s city council (led by socialist Alternative City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, union bosses and Democratic Mayor Ed Murray)…

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Added by FCTP on June 3, 2014 at 9:46am — No Comments

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Collecting for our Bahamian Neighbors

Good morning!

We spent last week wondering if we would be hit by Hurricane Dorian.  Thankfully we were spared.  However, the Bahamas were not so lucky.  I am sure you have seen the devastation there.

My daughter has a friend (a nurse) who is arranging multiple trips to the area and will be collecting supplies to take to those areas.  If you would like to help, we will collect things at…

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