Author Archives: Bob Kerrigan

A Sad Day for Pensacola

The trial judge dismissed the lawsuit regarding the fish hatchery. It was a correct interpretation of the law. The lawsuit had no merit. But, Mr. Studer may have effectively killed the fish hatchery. And, no, Ms. Meyers, the state is … Continue reading

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Omnibursting with Spending

Weekly Wastebasket | March 23, 2018 Around 8 PM Wednesday night, a 2,242 page behemoth omnibus spending bill appeared on the House of Representatives Document Repository web site. Weighing in at $1.3 trillion, the bill amounts to $582 million a page. About 17 … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Bad News

Former candidate for the Presidency of the United States, Rick Outzen (Arizona 2008 primary) and former candidate for the city council, Maren DeWeese, announced while holding hands within minutes of the Mayor’s decision not to seek reelection, that they too … Continue reading

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Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy: Into the Record Books with an Asterisk

Bull headed, stubborn, aloof and won’t listen. This is how you build great cities? Maybe Mr. Studer should just walk up to our mayor’s office and say, “Come on down to one of the Studer meetings and tell us what … Continue reading

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Businesses Reaping the Benefits of the Florida Panhandle

Businesses are reaping the benefits of the Florida Panhandle Author: Rick Byars, Community & Economic General Manager, Gulf Power 29 Jan 2018 Holidaymakers have recognised the appeal of the Florida Panhandle for decades. Now, the region’s industrial sector is proving its … Continue reading

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Open Carry

The United States Supreme Court just assured some semblance of gun sanity will remain in Florida. They refused to consider reversing the Florida Supreme Court’s rejection of open carry. Long championed by Matt Gaetz (Gaetz said on a WNRP 1620 … Continue reading

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Three Blogs by Escambia County Commissioner Bergosh

Jeff Bergosh is County Commissioner for Escambia County, District 1. The following links are to his blog, jeffbergoshblog.blogspot.com — the words and the research are his… Timeline of Raises at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office A Review of the BCC’s Answer to … Continue reading

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