What? N.O. Part II

Lots of our budget problems are locked in, principal light AND long term. Terrible agreements reached in a more chummy time, obviously.

We need our budgets written right, right now. We need NO open-amount government contracts. All of these must be renegotiated to determine the sustainability of the produced good or offered service, and to examine the real tenability of the arrangement itself.

At present, there can be NO wasted dollars. Domestic needs require and demand compliance from manufacturers, especially fabricators of machinery and infrastructure.

Companies do sometimes devote significant proceeds to outreach. It is fast becoming a matter of corporate[‘]s ethics.

Given this, in the quagmire we’re in, why aren’t we admitting our responsibility to each other?

Earnings reports from NRG companies are billions a quarter.


There is a tremendous amount of encouraging news of cities and municipalities all over the country – and especially west of the Mississippi – launching thrilling new endeavors using resources innovative and traditionally.

Without having researched the arrangement, I recall reading that the community around Lambeau have an ownership stake in the Green Bay Packers.

It’s always impressed me. I firmly believe the next professional sports franchise ANYONE sells should be offered first to the community. It’s such a common sense decision, truly rich in opportunity.

With as heroic as our athletes have been over the last few years – the university and college student athlete out in front of the pack – it only becomes easier to foster the trust it takes for a city to thrive.

Ways of aggregating our buying power as energy users can keep us from having the next cable pricefixing scandal.



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