Politics, Religion and Pizza

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Politics, Religion and Pizza

Posted on September 7th, by Scott Lesnick in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Today’s insight focuses on an important part of our fabric. It’s calling again and again and while we’re able to ignore it for a while; its power can overtake us in a moment of weakness.

Sure, I’m talking pizza-hot or cold! But what’s my pizza got to do with this political and religious stuff you lead … Read More »

Local Government Term Limits

Posted on February 1st, by Gabe Gabrielsen in About the Public Sector, overview. No Comments

Any individual who advocates for mandatory local government term limits for local government offices has either never worked in local government or Is a fool.

Term limits for County Board, City Council, Mayor, Township, Borough, Parish or School Board public offices would be a disaster. In my opinion they would create three things:

Inconsistent local government policies
Absurd … Read More »

Impact of Federal Elections on Local Employment

Posted on February 1st, by Mark F. Weinberg in About the Public Sector, Trends. No Comments

At least one interpretation of former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil’s declaration that “All politics is local” suggests that while people may support or reject an issue on a national basis, they tend to actually vote in ways that impact them locally.  If you subscribe to this notion and are concerned about local government … Read More »