http://karldickey.org/press/20100614contributions.htm This is the week we will need to qualify in order to be on the ballot this November and we need your help! We have had great support in terms of petition signatures, advice, financial support and moral support…. Read More ›
How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World A Handbook for Personal Liberty by Harry Browne – Signed First Edition – 1998 – from Belleyre Books and Biblio.com
How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World A Handbook for Personal Liberty by Harry Browne – Signed First Edition – 1998 – from Belleyre Books and Biblio.com.
The Folly of Blindly Trusting the Government.
Bucking The System from TampaBayStart.com – An Interview With Alexander Snitker.
5970 SW 18th ST #331, Boca Raton, Florida 33433 888.394.0908 Fax: 561.208.6545 www.KARLDICKEY.org NEWS RELEASE FOR RELEASE ON: April 1, 2010 Contact: Karl Dickey Tel: 561.237.5586 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org PALM BEACH COUNTY COMMISSION GIVES BILLIONAIRE'S PET PROJECT $800,000 Commissioners raid Gramercy Park Community Center and Science Museum fund Boca Raton, FL – With no debate during the March 23, 2010 county commission meeting our county commissioners redirected $800,000 to the John and Tussi Kluge Center for Creative Education. The vote was 7-0 which meant every commissioner on the dais was in favor of this subsidy. Karl Dickey, candidate for Palm Beach County Commission said today, “Perhaps they felt sorry for Mr. Kluge who saw his net worth drop from $9B to $6B this past year so they felt the need to fill the gap for his project while diverting funds from their intended purposes. Public bonds are voted on by the public for a specific purpose and shouldn't be raided as we see time and again by politicians for different purposes. I thought we had at least two fiscal conservatives on the Board, apparently not. Unfortunately for Palm Beach County taxpayers this is not an April Fool's Day joke.” John Kluge can be found on the Forbes World's Billionaires list and is a resident on the island of Palm Beach. Last year Kluge gave $400 million to Columbia University which begs the question, if he can afford to give Columbia $400 million, certainly he could find $800,000 to “fill the gap” of an education center that bears his name. Karl Dickey applauds Mr. Kluge's financial success and his great philanthropy, simply not at the expense to the taxpayers of Palm Beach County. The funds were derived from the 2002 $50 Million Recreational and Cultural Facilities Bond which had a specific project list designated by the county commission at the time. Much of the public bond money was to be used for the expansion of the South Florida Science Museum. # # # paid for and approved by karl dickey, libertarian for palm beach county commission, district 4
Source: http://karldickey.org/press/20100401%20Palm%20Beach%20County%20Commission%20gives%20billionaires%20$800k.htm Commissioners raid Gramercy Park Community Center and Science Museum fund Boca Raton, FL – With no debate during the March 23, 2010 county commission meeting our county commissioners redirected $800,000 to the John and Tussi Kluge Center for… Read More ›
Karl Dickey will be hosting the show w/ co-host Bill Sadler Monday, March 29th at 7PM at http://www.wafs.tv. Regular host John Thompson will be back in the chair the following Monday. LP120 The Libertarian Factor broadcasts every Monday from 7-9PM… Read More ›
Here in Palm Beach County we have several U.S. Congressman members of Congress that lead some to wonder if they are helping themselves to the public coffers or are they genuinely interested in being a servant to the people and… Read More ›
KOB.com – Commission approves ban�on some�red-light cameras.
http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-33868-West-Palm-Beach-Libertarian-Examiner~y2010m3d18-Palm-Beach-County-legislative-affairs-office–a-waste-of-taxpayer-money Excerpt: “In addition, are the voters of Palm Beach County offended by the blatant abuse of Palm Beach County Days that happen in Tallahassee at the beginning of each Florida legislative session? Taxpayers front the cost of travel for… Read More ›