Mr. Good was a teacher in Pennsylvania for eleven years. Five years ago, he, his wife Rosemary, and their three children moved to the Shenandoah Valley. We are a very fortunate community to have someone like Jo live in Kamloops. On a different topic: I don’t usually respond to the many anonymous posters on the KDN web page, as I feel that people should have the courage of their convictions to put their name to an opinion. I’ve not always agreed with letters to the editor, or with people who have appeared at Council, but I have always respected the fact that these people are willing to put their name to their comments or voice.
You went on the South Beach Diet a few years back which surprisingly does not consist of cocaine, Botox and California rolls but then you were forced to undergo heart surgery anyway, so you said, “Well, fuck that shit then,” which is how we would’ve played it too. We hear you’re now back in the fat, and while Miami sort of lacks in the soul food category, we got one spot that can accommodate your native tastes. People’s Bar B Que in Overtown one time winner of New Times’ Best of Miami Barbecue award is a perfect fit for the former so called People’s President.
The first is that we’re not precious about material. If something doesn’t work as well as it can, we’ll write something else until we find the thing that really does work. The second factor is that we keep going we don’t stop and say, “That’s good enough.” We keep going until we get the best thing we possibly can, until we’ve exhausted every option that we can think of.
While you point out the role that Clinton played in dismantling welfare and increasing the attack on drugs (begun under previous administrations), you neglect to reference the scholarly work demonstrating the sustained economic growth during the Clinton era and the narrowing of the racial gap in earnings. You fail to mention the dramatic increase in support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities under Clinton and the impacts that educational funding for minorities had on improving economic prospects for minority college graduates. You fail to mention the hiring rates in the Clinton Administration of women and minorities in positions of policy importance..
But Ray Kuczera’s start is a bit unusual. The first and so far only company he has worked for is GKN, where he started in 1990 at age 16, running plotting machines and making copies. The company was close to Oakland University in suburban Detroit, where Kuczera enrolled.