Democracy at its Most Complacent

Man… we are lame. Official numbers aren’t officially tallied quite yet, but estimates put our Voter Turnout for 2016 somewhere in the neighborhood of 56%. Fifty. Six. Percent. If you took at your cues from social media, you would swear that 100% of eligible voters turned out (plus some dead guys voting, of course) and […]

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The .gov Role: The Hub for Community Development

Ahh… local government. The place where we pay taxes that we complain about the most, the place we pay our parking bills that we complain about the most… actually come to think about it, for many of us City Hall is a big “complaint box” where we all gather (if ever) and complain about stuff. […]

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