Leslee Kulba

Reparations Should Involve Mind & Heart

Grant Millin, speaking during public comment before Asheville City Council, argued reason has taken a back seat, behind the good intentions of reparations proposals.

Mission CMO Against Staff Vaccination Mandate

HCA Medical Officer Dr. William Hathaway continues to build a case against needless compulsory vaccinations for hospital personnel urging commissioners review data  more closely.

US Spending Invokes Greece’s Euro Collapse

Under the Democrat spending plan, by 2031, the average American household would be responsible for $288,047 in federal government debt, and the country’s debt-to-GDP ratio would rival Greece’s before its economic collapse.

Preliminary Exploration of Public Stigma

A search for studies on the cost of stigma abatement in public policy turned up practically nothing. What was discovered was indications that government is generating stigma to “other” private-sector up-and-out ministries while offering refuge from that stigma in its own programs that nurture and reward dependence.

Buncombe Awards First $11.3M in ARPA Funds

Buncombe County received 141 applications for $50.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds. They announced the first $11.3 million in awards.

Too Much Money Falling from the Sky”

After the City of Asheville spent through its first tranche of COVID relief funding and into the second, the floor opened for public comment on how the balance of funds should be appropriated.

Civil Grand Jury to Hold Gov’t Reponsible

The Tribune received a tip about Constitutional action underway to cause the schoolboard to stop making children wear masks.

Masks Reveal Parallel Governments

The Tribune received a tip about Constitutional action underway to cause the schoolboard to stop making children wear masks. As it turned out, citizens had been acting on their own authority to try the government. Even more astounding, these de jure grand juries of sovereign citizens who are forming their own parallel governments are proliferating in this country.

Citizens Protest Latest COVID Measures

The Buncombe County Commissioners’ chambers overflowed with citizens wishing to voice opposition to the latest COVID mandates. 

Fred in Asheville: That Was Fast

Tropical Storm Fred wrought heartache for many, but its ravages in Asheville were largely cured overnight, thanks to years of investment in flood control by the City of Asheville.