Dr. Kelli Ward had been petitioning me for my support of her campaign for some time and had been rather critical of my preference for Sam Scarmardo, in spite that I had told her that I have not officially endorsed anyone and she was free and welcome to advertise and promote her candidacy on Mohave County Politics.
Monday, March 19, 2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
After it was agreed at the Golden Valley Community Council’s first meet & greet on March 10, 2012 and after several requests by Louis Tranka to entrust him to be interims Chairman of the GVCC and entrusting him with the password to the group, the first alarming signs of impending disaster came only hours after the rather productive meeting.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
I have long admitted that I cuss and swear a lot in my daily life. In fact, I enjoy it. I choose to not use my favorite cuss words on facebook in discussion anymore or as little as possible after I stunningly saw how many of you are so offended by it, that what I believe to be the majority were and are willing to sacrifice Mervin Fried for wearing a simple t-shirt with a word that many did not approve of.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Let me just put this thought out here for some brainstorming. Mohave County or Arizona altogether running out of drinking water has long been a thought that causes concern to me. Making the situation worse is that I do not have my own well, but depend on Mohave County (Golden Valley) Water. But even hauling my own water would not put me in any better situation.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
In a surprising moment of factual realization Mohave County Supervisor Gary Watson earn himself applause and handshakes with an astonishing statement at yesterday’s Mohave County Supervisor Meeting.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
The dress code at the Mohave County Board of Supervisor Meetings has long been a sour subject for me, but the last supervisor meeting on January 10, 2011 in which Chairman Buster Johnson announced so hypocritically to Hildy Angius, Greag “Butch” Meriwether and myself that the Board of Supervisors did not discriminate against anyone, really brought the pot to boil for me.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Today Thursday, February 2, 2012 might become known as the day when war was commenced on the citizens of Mohave County. A day and a declaration which must be rectified and overturned by the great and still free citizens of this county.
Dear Mr. Steve Robinson, Sir.
I could not be any more impressed and more proud with your most determined statement with which you have been putting the great citizens of Mohave County on notice, today January 31, 2012, that finally an end to tolerating abuse, corruption and violations against citizens’ and constitutional rights by county and city governments has come:
Sunday, January 8, 2012
It was a great candidate’s meet and greet yesterday at Mohave Valley’s Sun Mission with a full house of an anticipating and thankful audience. Close to 150 citizens and voters came to see and listen to the close to 25 speakers and candidates.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
“Elmer, man CANNOT take away God-given rights! Look at it like this way Elmer... if they tell us we can't have guns anymore, does that mean they are gone? If one doesn't know what their rights are, they have none. When they come to take the guns, we'll see how strong the constitution still is. They can think that they have suspended our rights all they want, if we accept it, they win.”