June 2018

CATALYST DOES BALDWIN COUNTY

One of the architects of Catalyst, Chris Elliott, is now going down and dirty on his run off for the State Senate Seat 32. Elliott gave up his County commission seat, even sold his business,…


FAIRHOPE’S BLAST FROM THE PAST

The Fairhope’s political Zoo is alive and well. Their is a full blown blast from the past party going on. The party goers are former City Council persons, Catalyst Council persons, three bees, fired employees,…


Chuck Zunk Fairhope

ZUNK THE SKUNK

I could smell the skunk through my computer, the first time that I read, Chuck Zunk, was agreeing with the Mayor of Fairhope, on the Council-manager form of government. Mr Zunk was appointed to the…


Eddie Tyler Fairhope

SNAKES IN THE SCHOOLS

Political campaigns are always dirty, however when the politician uses veterans or schools as a political tool, he reaches the bottom of the political barrel. Chris Elliott has pulled Baldwin County Superintendent Eddie Tyler into…


AMERICA – THE GOLDEN DOOR

AMERICA “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden…



MISSED THE BOAT

Of 150,104 registered voters, in Baldwin County, only 36,073 voted, that is only 24% of the voters. CATALYST HELD BACK CATALYST HELD BACK | THE RIPP REPORT / BALDWIN COUNTY LEGAL EAGLE Of 150,104 registered…


FAIRHOPE HAS LOST IT’S MORAL COMPASS

“(ethics) An inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrong, functioning as a guide (like the needle of a compass) for morally appropriate behavior.” Fairhope City Council has lost it’s moral compass….


BUSHWHACKED & HIJACKED – FAIRHOPE STYLE

PLEASE ATTEND FAIRHOPE CITY COUNCIL MEETING JUNE 11, SUPPORT THE MAYOR If you live in Fairhope, BEWARE, your government is being hijacked by past employees that have been fired, quit or retired, since the election…


PARADISE LOST

Submitted by: Chris Warner Dear Editor: The citizens of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Destin, Florida were bushwhacked. They never saw it coming. Or did they? Ongoing costs of residential growth outpacing adequate infrastructure development…