I thought long and hard before posting this. There will be those who
will say I made it up.
I have been advised three times now, by different people, that because
of what I am writing; I should pursue my right to carry a concealed
Well into the third millennium, deep...
According to the Tribune; the embattled APS Police Chief is also the
subject of a previously unreported lawsuit alleging retaliation.
It is not surprising.
Gil Lovato is the chief of a private police force that is neither
certified nor accredited by anyone other than the...
I’m sure they would like to know why he spent hundreds of thousands of
their tax dollars renovating a board room for him self, while Susie
Rayos Marmon ES is falling apart.
Unfortunately he is not in the habit of responding constituent’s
questions by telling the...
…paid for by taxpayers.
During my interview with the editors from the Tribune, I mentioned that
APS Leaders by and through their Modrall lawyers bought immunity from
accountability for felony criminal misconduct. I was asked; don’t
people do that all the time?
The APS ethics and accountability scandal has been brought to the
attention of Representative Heather Wilson. She wrote a letter to APS
Superintendent Elizabeth Everitt. The superintendent was asked to
respond to my allegations.
45 days were allowed for the APS...
It is moving away from power. Those at the bottom of the hill are held accountable.
Because that works out well for the powerful.
Were the situation reversed, power would move down to its intended purpose; retaining only enough power at each step to protect it from...
Albiquerque Public Schools has its own police department. I do not know how rare that is - but in this case, our Albuquerque public schools watcher Chedd McQuigg has been watching the APS very closely since he became a member. He has been consistently critical of issues of...
With the removal of the public forum from school board meetings, the
forum is no longer on the record; questions asked during the forum can
now be ignored with impunity.
Stakeholders can no longer expect answers to questions like:
• Why did the board unnecessarily renovate...
It had to do with a dispute over parliamentary authority.
Board Policy B.14 Parliamentary Authority
Roberts' Rules of Order, newly revised, will govern the Board of
Education, except when state regulations prevail. …Actual procedures
will be left to the discretion of the...
Yesterday, all of the school board candidates had an opportunity to meet with representatives of the unions of the people who tend to the needs of 98,000 of our sons and daughters every day in school.
I promised them a seat at the table where decisions are made.
By which he meant I think; if the demands of Reason and Power conflict,
Power prevails. It is true, still.
In what must be among the oddest of ironies, the laws supposed to
protect us from the abuse of power, do not apply to the powerful.
Next Thursday night, the APS School...
The question is not so much whether a new boardroom is worth $625,920;
as it is; should we be spending that much money unnecessarily; when
there are so many other more important needs?
Lest you worry that your representatives on the board are not on top of
I aver; the leadership of the APS offers no opportunity to be held
accountable for their character or their competence. And further, that
that is proof of mal, mis, and non feasance as public servants; and as
role models for 98,000 of our sons and daughters.
Am I to prove...