Hodge on Chris Stigall Morning Show (Jack Cashill, guest hosting) tomorrow morning, Friday, June 5; will discuss “continued ethical cloud covering” at JCCC under President Terry Calaway

Benjamin Hodge at Race42012:

I’m scheduled to be on the Chris Stigall Show during the 6:30-7:00 a.m. (Central) period tomorrow morning, Friday, June 5.  I think it’ll be closer to 6:30 a.m.

Jack Cashill will be guest-hosting the program.

Click below to listen live on streaming radio (direct link; small box/radio opens)

The main topic I hope to discuss is the continued ethical cloud covering Kansas’ largest college, Johnson County Community College, where I am about to complete a four-year term as one of six at-large elected board members.  Under fairly-new president Terry Calaway, the college has quickly become the most openly-unethical government body in the state of Kansas.  I can almost guarantee you that there are government bodies in Kansas that are more unethical, but the difference is that, in a semi-Clintonian fashion, local governments in Johnson County abuse their authority and then effectively give themselves awards for it.

And where there are not ethical and legal troubles, there are also general shenanigans; for example, only now are we, after 40 years, doing a competitive bid for legal services, which has resulted with JCCC’s main attorney being a man named Mark Ferguson, who is a partner in the firm of the state Democratic party chairman.  Repeatedly, Ferguson been willing to engage in absurdly unprofessional and politically-motivated behavior, and there is no doubt in my mind that we would obtain higher quality services from any random paralegal student at JCCC.

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