Leslee Kulba

Posts by Leslee Kulba (page 4)

  • Kitchen-Sinking against HB2

    Celebrities are telling the world they support “equality” by canceling concerts. The argument, if it can be called that, runs: In North Carolina, as in most other states, it is not deemed proper for boys to use girls’ restrooms and locker rooms and vice versa. Therefore, hipster performers are boycotting…
    Leslee Kulba, April 14, 2016
  • Sly Assumptions

    An article in The Mountaineer reads like a hidden picture from Highlights Magazine. It introduces the study, “North Carolina’s Economic Imperative: Building an Infrastructure of Opportunity.” How many perversions of tradition can you find subtly stated? Here are a few I found: The report includes a roadmap communities can…
    Leslee Kulba, April 13, 2016
  • The Medium Is the Message

    Glenn Beck is talking about Twitter bots. I keep getting kicked off Twitter for emulating a bot, which is funny when you consider how absolutely illogical I am.
    Leslee Kulba, April 13, 2016
  • More Taxes, More Rules => Surging Empowerment of Economic Development for Job Creation

    History repeats. In Canton, town leaders met at a “special-called meeting” to do something about a proposed municipal service district, business improvement district, or whatever nice name it may need to acquire for buy-in from the masses. The BID, for anybody who doesn’t know, is an extra layer of…
    Leslee Kulba, April 12, 2016
  • Lifestyles of the Embezzlers

    Some results from an incomplete audit of Cherokee tribal funds have been released. According to current Principal Chief Patrick Lambert, who urged the investigation of the previous administration: These truths that we’ve all known well over time but have been hidden has rocked the very foundation which allows for the…
    Leslee Kulba, April 12, 2016
  • Responsible Drinking Manages Insurance Rates

    Town employees from Waynesville, Canton, Maggie Valley, and Clyde attended a wellness fair. Attendance was mandatory for employees. It was believed the free pens and refrigerator magnets so acquired would synergize with the fitness tracking bracelets employees already wear. We are told the bracelets “measure activity level and combat sedentary…
    Leslee Kulba, April 12, 2016
  • More to Suggest the Love of Planning May Be Exaggerated

    The Smoky Mountain News informs us Haywood County residents want zoning. The article says 800 randomly-selected residents were surveyed, and it gives us percentages of what they want, but it does not tell us the questions. For all I know, the first read, “Should there be a great land use…
    Leslee Kulba, April 11, 2016
  • Tyrants for Democracy

    The boss is in the other room watching RTV. Already today, I’ve heard two guys who are or were running for president whining about the system, how we aren’t democratic enough for them. To me, they’re telling on themselves. Having ignored the application process, I doubt they’ve read the job…
    Leslee Kulba, April 11, 2016