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Outtakes—Getting Off Script

Outtakes—Getting Off Script

Last Thursday, I was a guest on “The John Batchelor Show,” a nightly radio news magazine show based at WABC in New York City. The topic was the Florida governor’s race. Batchelor and his [...]

Winners & Losers 10/30/14

Winners & Losers 10/30/14

Winners Kevin Bailey National Association of Student Personnel Administrators recently recognized Dr. Bailey as the 2015 “Pillar of the Profession.” The Pillar award honors individuals who [...]

November 4 Election Endorsements

November 4 Election Endorsements

By Rick Outzen Elections are filled with hyperbole, hate and hope. Candidates exaggerate their strengths and accomplishments while pinging their opponents. Supporters can let their passions [...]

Outtakes—Etch-A-Sketch Justice

Outtakes—Etch-A-Sketch Justice

The U.S. Department of Justice has closed its case concerning Escambia County Jail and its treatment of inmates, including their medical and mental health care. While that is good news for local [...]

Winners & Losers 10/23/14

Winners & Losers 10/23/14

Winners Jeff Phillips Accounting Today Magazine named the Accountingfly CEO to its 2014 list of Top 100 Most Influential People. The list of 100 top-notch professionals was comprised of those who [...]

Outtakes—What Jobs?

Outtakes—What Jobs?

Mayor Ashton Hayward sees himself as the “Jobs Mayor,” claiming in his campaign literature that he has brought 12,766 jobs to the Pensacola area. With Escambia County only having 123,083 jobs, [...]

Winners & Losers 10/16/14

Winners & Losers 10/16/14

Winners Susan Story Earlier this month, the UWF Historic Trust hosted the grand opening of “Voices of Pensacola,” a multicultural resource center highlighting the city’s diverse history. One [...]

Winner & Losers 10/9/14

Winner & Losers 10/9/14

Welcome to an All-Winners edition of Winners & Losers. Good things are happening and plenty deserve the recognition for their efforts. Martha Saunders In response to concerns expressed by the [...]

Outtakes—Ethics Reform Panel Needed

Outtakes—Ethics Reform Panel Needed

The city of Pensacola has been under its new charter for four years. One thing that has become abundantly clear is the city government is woefully in need of ethics reform. Too much power has been [...]

Winners & Losers 10/2/14

Winners & Losers 10/2/14

Winners Paul Galusha Three years ago, a city worker ran a stop sign and totaled Galusha's car and injured his neck so badly that he required fusion neck surgery and a partial craniotomy to relieve [...]

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