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Monday, July 12, 2010

Tuesday Broward Schools public meeting includes screening for Ed Marko's replacement; the Education story South Florida news media is ignoring is...

Goodbye Marko,
Goodbye Marko,
Goodbye Marko,

We're glad to see you go!

In case you forgot why...


Marko's disingenuous brand of incompetency and his lack of a working moral compass or backbone has un-necessarily cost this county's taxpayers millions of dollars, a subject I'll be posting about before heading to those public meetings tomorrow, to make sure "the fix" is not already in place for the current regime to continue their reign of ruin and error for taxpayers
and students.

When it comes time to vote in November, I won't forget who Marko's friends, supporters and sycophants were.
And neither should you.

The newspaper ad below was published in the Miami Herald on Sunday, 7/11/2010.

Announcements: Miami  City and Public Notices - The School Board of Broward County

By the way, have you noticed, like me, what very big story involving someone prominent in South Florida education circles has been completely ignored by the Miami Herald, South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Channels 4, 6, 7 and 10 News in Miami?
It's more than a little curious don't you think?

This isn't 1971 West Texas.
Just because these editors and reporters consciously ignore reporting it doesn't mean it's not news, and a subject that thousands and thousands of people in Broward County are actively talking about.

In fact, many people have even sent me emails about what they think about it, which certainly
proves that it's a subject on people's minds, even if all but one member of the South Florida news media completely ignores it.

Of course, typically, once they do actually report it and it's becomes common knowledge, these same reluctant reporters will act like they were always in the loop and knew what was going on, and really wanted to report it earlier, it was just those picky editors that wouldn't let them.

I'll have something to say on this subject soon, complete with photos of the Broward County Schools HQ to show what their bunker looks like.

Having been there many times before, contrary to belief, there is no moat or drawbridge, but there is most definitely a siege mentality omnipresent.


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