The Good Bad and Ugly

In 1936, the last public display of capital punishment took place, and prisoner Rainey Bethea was subjected to a public hanging. Afterward, laws were passed that said all capital punishments should take place in private. This announcement will soon be removed however each new business that enters The Good Bad Ugly page will have an … Continue reading The Good Bad and Ugly

EARLY VOTING AREAS CITRUS 2014 presented by EYEONCITRUS.COM

Below you’ll find the location and times for early voting in Citrus County this year, 2014 Early voting runs from October 23 – November 1, 2014 at the following locations and schedules are listed. The early voting takes place in the following towns and cities, Beverly Hills, Crystal River, Homosassa and Inverness. A Sample ballot … Continue reading EARLY VOTING AREAS CITRUS 2014 presented by EYEONCITRUS.COM

Tom Cushman Killed in Wreck CR-476

The owner of Howard’s Flea Market in Homosassa was killed in a single car accident in Hernando County overnight Monday. Thomas R. Cushman, 71, of Homosassa was traveling west on CR-476, east of Simmons Lake Road. Just before 8 pm on September 27, 2011. For unknown reasons, Mr. Cushman lost control of his GMC Yukon … Continue reading Tom Cushman Killed in Wreck CR-476

Production Trike in Publix Parking Lot Homosassa

A unique 3 wheel motorcycle, well, really it’s not a motorcycle, it’s more of a customized car? O.K., Actually I am not sure what you would call it, it definitely is a Trike, meaning it has three wheels, it has handle bars like a bike with brake and throttle hand controls, but it also has … Continue reading Production Trike in Publix Parking Lot Homosassa

How Corporate America Is Pushing Us All Off a Cliff …a letter from Michael Moore

APCO was hatched in 1984 as a subsidiary of the Washington, D.C. law firm Arnold & Porter -- best known for its years of representing the giant tobacco conglomerate Philip Morris. APCO set up fake "grassroots" organizations around the country to do the bidding of Big Tobacco. All of a sudden, "normal, everyday, in-no-way-employed-by-Philip Morris Americans" were popping up everywhere. And it turned out they were outraged -- outraged! -- by exactly the things APCO's clients hated (such as, the government telling tobacco companies what to do).

Lobbyists, the SCOURGE OF POLITICS

Corporate America controls our politics and it has been this way for decades. Yet, when election time rolls around, there is very little the average voter can do, except to vote for the candidate that Corporate America sets up, be it be on the right or the left, the choices are limited and the results … Continue reading Lobbyists, the SCOURGE OF POLITICS