Category Archives: Studer

Outzen Journalism

Governor DeSantis did not rescind the nomination of Ashton Hayward to the Triumph Board. Former Mayor Hayward declined the appointment. Rick Outzen knew or, by any reasonable journalistic effort, would have known that Governor DeSantis could not rescind the nomination … Continue reading

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City of Pensacola Firefighter Investigation

If the reader wants an accurate picture of who these purportedly aggrieved firefighters were, this exhaustive report (not read by or covered by the PNJ or Outzen) is quite revealing. The fact that the “The Studer Times” is dependent on … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE GOVERNOR

Outzen: Governor my name is Rick Outzen and I am a local journalist. I was responsible for spearheading the drive to kill the fish hatchery here Governor: I did not know that, what is your name again? Outzen: Richard Outzen, … Continue reading

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CONGRATULATION

To Quint Studer and all those who helped him kill a 20 million dollar investment in our community with the accompanying loss of jobs, research to protect our fisheries and an educational tourist attraction. He couldn’t have done it without … Continue reading

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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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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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Something Smells Real Fishy

Mr. Studer is circulating a survey that he claims supports his change of mind on the Hatchery. He attributes the survey results to The Political Matrix, though he claimed he hired them. No such organization is listed in Florida for … Continue reading

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Just Do What Mr. Studer Wants Done with the Hatchery

Brian Spencer should not be faulted for doing what his client, Mr. Studer wants. For the rest of the Council however, reneging on a contract, especially with the State of Florida, could have dire consequences for our city. Casually tossing … Continue reading

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Following Our Community Leaders

They were against it before they were for it, which explains why they are against it now. Are we headed for a  different end than the lemmings?

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Our Own “Jared Kushner”

Trump has nothing on us. We have a man who has more titles and talents than Kushner will ever have. Our guy is in charge of community health care, early childhood education, entrepreneur development, civic-con leadership — whatever that is, … Continue reading

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