Leslee Kulba

Posts by Leslee Kulba (page 1)

  • In 140 Characters or Fewer

    A friend said he wants to potty like it’s 1999. I don’t know why that’s not going viral.
    Leslee Kulba, April 25, 2016
  • Silencing Science

    Today, an article in the local daily on subsidized housing for working, middle-class citizens mentioned in passing Asheville City Council members’ heroic efforts to prevent electromagnetic fields from a substation from penetrating school walls and wrecking immeasurable damage to children’s minds. Citizens here are also concerned about the impact…
    Leslee Kulba, April 25, 2016
  • Would You Want a New Jail?

    Saith the Tryon Daily Bulletin: Polk County Sheriff Donald Hill told commissioners this week his last straw on the need for a new jail was falling down stairs and at the bottom of his fall realizing urine was dripping in his face because of plumbing problems.
    Leslee Kulba, April 23, 2016
  • Why Not Trust Gov’t with Healthcare & Automotive?

    I am assuming you already saw Project Veritas’ latest video, in which undercover reporters take advantage of poll workers to show how easy it is to commit voter fraud in Brooklyn. If not, behold! Now, consider North Carolina, where the Mountaineer published the following: An analysis of data from…
    Leslee Kulba, April 23, 2016
  • Would the Official Message Please Stand up

    I was never any good at social studies, and so I can never find that part of the Constitution that lets the president guide policy for actions taken by states on matters not enumerated for presidential oversight. I also never really understood that part about freedom of the press. So…
    Leslee Kulba, April 23, 2016
  • Obeying the Call to Sex Addiction

    I am throwing in the towel. I am tired of trying to rise above the fray. I was thinking about time management and how I only read email once a day unless I’m expecting something specific. I supposed I might make myself more useful to humanity if I only dedicated…
    Leslee Kulba, April 22, 2016
  • Why Live Affordably When You Can Get Subsidies

    Houseboats may soon be banned on Fontana Lake. There are many. They have been there for decades. People who live in houseboats believe they are being victimized by TVA cutbacks. Reasons cited include saving costs of compliance by eliminating the need for wastewater analysis, enforcement, and paperwork processing. Residents…
    Leslee Kulba, April 21, 2016
  • Is Government for Spending Money?

    Henderson County Commissioner Grady Hawkins opposed going out for even more state grants for parks. A common-tater published these remarks: Mr. Hawkins, let’s get it straight from someone who has been here 40 years and watched every one of your votes. You have never seen a project you really…
    Leslee Kulba, April 21, 2016