Saturday, October 31, 2009

Get out to Vote! (Ward, Haap, Fischer, Baggett, Brockman) Yes on 8 and 9!

City Council ---  Charlie Winburn...   Tony Fischer....Anitra Brockman.....LaMarque Ward

CPS school board -- Ceair Baggett....Jason Haap...

Yes on 9!

Yes on 8!

My 18 year old son will be voting today for the 1st time.  I'm so excited!  After he votes I'm going to kick his 6ft tall behind (anybody else got a senior in the house getting on their bleepin nerves??????)

Also, today I visit Drew, my beloved Drew and the inspiration for this blog!  Long post later.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sue! Charlie sue! (Winburn for Council) No weapon formed against you...

Despite Charlie Winburn receiving a campaign donation for that part-time Prosecutor, black people’s persecutor, Joe Deters-- I like Charlie Winburn!

In fact let me go on the record and state that CAJD endorses Charlie Winburn. Depending on who you talk to that could be a good or bad thing.

Charlie is all things to all people. Run, Charlie run!

(The paper of record should be ashamed!  Sue, Charlie, sue!  5 billion....Wow!)
And the next time Tim Burke "disses" you. Tell him that he should be the one to talk considering he inked the deal with the Rethugs (not you), not to run anyone against the man that humped the woman in the car in Cleveland.   Citizens Against Joe Deters


Charlie don't let Joe pay you to shut me up!

Friday, October 23, 2009

Deters' Dong

Deters’ Dong







It’s Friday, and it’s raining, and I’m tired, very tired. I have a lot of stuff to do, but I’m tired, so I’ll sit here and blog about a Dick-- Deters’ penis. The one that humped the woman in Cleveland, in a car.

I feel sick , like I’m getting the flu. Did anyone see all of those people standing in line waiting to get that H1N1 shot? Did anyone notice that there was not one black person in that line. I swear every black person that I’ve talked to refuses to get that shot. I’m certainly not getting it. We black folks, some of us, we don’t trust shit like getting shots at a fair ground. Fuck that.

I’m sorry guys, it’s Friday. and this is a really bad post.

Better post later. 

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Publicity Whores (Deters and Thomas)

A tragedy for sure. 
But where is (name removed) when young black men who look like him are being murdered?

Deters the part-time prosecutor and full-time black people's persecutor made an appearence to highlight "voter fraud". However, what's his real intention?  Highlight nonsense, keep the whore a secret.

Tired, frustrated and signing off.

(post has been revised, name and link removed_

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Citizens Against Joe Deters Virtual Protest

Last year CAJD held a Halloween Protest outside of the persecutor’s office. We dressed in costumes and handed out candy. We did not give free Halloween candy to wealthy, well-connected, white people. Only poor white people and poor minorities received candy.

Unfair? That was the point.

We peacefully protested the double-standard sentences dished out by Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters. Clearly, there are two criminal justice systems in Hamilton County.

Cut to 2009: Citizens Against Joe Deters is holding a Virtual Protest against Joe Deters. The specific details and date are still being worked out. Check this blog often for updates. We decided to cancel the Halloween protest this year. As in-- been there, done that. We want to take our protest into cyberspace and give people an opportunity to participate (protest) in anonymity, or with as much anonymity as possible, from their computers.

A little birdie tells us that Joe Deters is going to run for Governor of Ohio. We will stop him. We will not have the poor and black people persecutor, move on up. Especially since he has already been sent back down, from Columbus, with his tail between his legs, for engaging in pay-to-play politics. We are going to put Deters “record” on the world wide web.

Signing off 1:27 am.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The stuff rich, white young men complain about (Joe Deters’ son)

Early today my phone begin to ring constantly. The Reason: Lincoln Ware mentioned over the airwaves (1230 am the Buzz) that the Chief Legal Representative for Hamilton County had refused to come on his show again. The Reason: His family, and especially his son, has been traumatized by what I write on this blog. I believe Joe Deters has four sons, three of them grown, and the youngest is a senior in high school. I could be wrong about this because unlike Joe Deters, I can’t use public resources to spy on private citizens. I’m assuming Joe Deters is referring to his youngest son as being traumatized by this blog. CAJDs’ blog does not exist to mess with “people’s people.” We believe that the black people’s persecutor, Deters’--his family is off limits. A confession: In the past I have written about Deters’ alleged affair with his mother-in-law. Still, none of them should be punished for the sins of their father-- Joe and the hoes  prostitute (allegedly).

If Joe Deters’ son does not like what I write about his father on this blog, than he shouldn’t be reading it! If this little ole’ blog causes him pain, then one can only imagine what the sensitive young man would do if he ever got that Deters’ black people's style of injustice. You know the type of injustice when Deters’ bounds you  over at the age of 15 and you’re tried as an adult. 15 year’s old and you gotta go to prison for snatching a purse. The crime (purse snatching) is not right, but neither is the punishment. Or what about when he calls black people animals and lynches them in the newspaper before they are ever convicted in the court of law. What about when he makes statements in the newspaper like he wishes someone would put black, young men in a cage and let them shoot themselves, huh? Or what about when he gives a third year college student, with no prior, 20 years in prison with no chance of parole. It’s a flat sentence. Shamefully, some people only get 9 years for murders. But, hey, who cares if a black person, kills another black person. Just, don’t ever use a gun to rob a bank in Reading, Ohio. Population: white people. Young, black men if robbery is your crime of choice, rob your own people. Only rob people that look like you. That is, if you want a slap on the wrist, or a light sentence. Don’t ever commit a crime against the  Joe Deters type of white person. Good Ole’ boy white racism at its finest. Death penalty Deters. You know the type of Joe Deters’ racist that accuse you of being un-American, not born in America, less than American/human.  
Young black, men just stay out of trouble. Stop committing crimes. Oh, if only it were that easy.  Aren't you the hate, that hate produced?  Some in America hate you. They want you to fail. Some people pray, that young, black men fail.

Somebody told me that Joe Deters’ is the most powerful Republican in Hamilton County. He’s got money. He’s got power. (White, Wealthy, and Well-connected or Rich and un-elected). I don’t understand why the most powerful Republican in Hamilton County would give a rat’s ass about this blog. I’m a single mother of two. I’ve got two jobs, two college degrees, 1 book, 1 blog, 1 piece of paper that indicates that Joe Deters made a back door deal, with my son’s case, and left out the front door.

I don’t understand why Deters feels the need to punish the entire black community and not come on black radio and dialogue with the listeners to help solve real issues that plague all of our communities. Everybody that I know wants to live in safe neighborhoods, we want the crime in our community to stop. We want a full-time Prosecutor, not a part-time newspaper persecutor.

Deters goes down the dial, often, and hams it up with that radio host.  Is his audience more deserving of a conversation with the prosecutor, than Lincoln's audience?

I thank Lincoln Ware for having a pair and allowing me to come on his radio and TV show to share my book that I self-published. I put up my money, and did the best that I could to write a book that not only shares my son’s story in the hope of helping other youth, but that also attempts to offer solutions to crime, and to give ALL young men the audacity to hope. One  chapter in the book is about Deters’. I tried my best to present facts and not attack Deters in that chapter.

If Joe Deters does not like what I have written in my book, or what I write on this blog, if this blog or my book gets his panties, or his son’s panties in a bunch gets his family upset, then keep the deal you promised  my son Deters. You’re the most powerful republican in Hamilton county. You had your HDIC charge threaten to sue me, but you won’t sue me….because then Hamilton County and Cincinnati will have to hear about your laundry lists of Dirty Deeds.

The book can be purchased at Roshow awards and graphics across the street from Woodward Technical High school (in Jordan’s crossing).

Help me to understand this folks. Deters takes issue with my blog, but not his boy's blog--Jim Schfrin of the online ragsheet the Whistleblower.

Joe Deters can't be trusted!


And Alex Triantafilou needs to be ashamed of himself.

FROM THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS (Guess whose the chairman?)

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

CPS SCHOOL BOARD -- The Good, the Bad, and the BATES

I posted this a while back.  But think it's worth reposting.
Melanie Bates

I’m always too tired to write a blog post and too lazy to edit. Still I always feel it’s my duty  to post.  So, I’m up at 5am writing a post.

I attended the CPS candidate forum last night moderated by Michelle Hopkins of WLWT channel 5.  Great job, Mrs. Hopkins

Here are a few of my thoughts.  First impressions
The Good, The Bad, and the McDowell

1.  Vanessa White - What most impressed me about Vanessa White is that she has 5 school children in the CPS schools. She is an active volunteer at Rockdale academy. She stated that many people question why she volunteers because they believe that  the parents don’t care. She stated that nothing could be further from the truth. She stated that she has yet to encounter a parent that does not want their child to succeed.  Mrs. White recognizes that more parents need to become engaged and that’s why she helped establish the  Parent Leadership Institute. Kudos to  Vanessa White.

2.   Ceair Baggett - What an awesome young man with some truly innovative and fresh ideas. As an example he talked about 21st century learning to accommodate the various types of learners.  Ceair stated that  one should incorporate various teaching methods into the classroom to capitalize on each individual student’s strengths.  Ceair also believes that disciplinary actions should be across the board. Punish Woodward and Walnut Hills students the same. Ceair is Taft high school graduate(class of 2005--he graduated with my son--and don't even make me cry). He's 22, a homeowner, pursuing his Master's degree, working in Mgmt--not the type of positive role model that the locals news will show you. Why don't we ever see people like Ceair on the evening news?  Ms. Hopkins, story on Ceair?????

3.      Jason Haap   - An educator/blogger and a man that knows how to get things done.  He’s not even on the board (yet) and he’s already lobbied the board to adopt more inclusive anti-harassment policies.  Haap would make an excellent school board member because he’s not afraid to asks tough questions, introduce innovative ideas (think outside the box).  Nor is he afraid to investigate those that don’t operate under complete transparency. Haap believes school board members should focus on solutions, not biographies.

Haap is needed on that  board. HAAP on Board.


4.      John Banner - He does not support the school levy. Nor does he support a prevailing wage.  On the panel Banner made two comments (something about his ex wife, and something about Flannery) that some found offensive.  Banner has a car bumper sticker that reads ‘DON’T BREED ‘EM IF, YOU CAN’T FEED ‘EM’ and apparently he’s against feeding impoverished children school lunches.

5.        Lisa Schare -     She didn’t really jump out as front and center candidate--that is as the candidate that could implement the much needed change on the CPS school board. Still, she has a child  in CPS schools, and she believes it’s important to keep art in our schools (I agree). She talked about a fresh approach to learning. She mentioned a book,  A New Mind by John Pink.  (I think that was the book. I think that’s the author’s name)
She used the term at-risk youth.  I like to think of our youth as being at-promise.  Over all she appeared to be a solid candidate.

6.       Curtis Wells - Mr. Wells was a no show. I don’t think he called to cancel because they still had his bottle of water and name card out in front of his empty seat. I heard one of the host mumble that Wells (AKA Rebel Rouser) was a no show, as she covered his name card. As much "smack" that Wells talks on radio, I would have liked to see/meet him. He's seems highly educated. 

7.       Mary Welsch Schlueter -  At first hearing her on the stage, I thought her opening remarks sounded sort of gimmicky. I wasn’t surprised to later find out that she is a marketing exec.  As the evening got going Welsch Schleter  answered questions precisely and offered up real solutions. I believed she mentioned the success of a school/program called Decca.  She appeared seasoned, and very knowledgeable.  My guess is that she’d make a solid school board member. Hey, she talked about virtual backpacks.

8.       Melanie Bates - She really scared me as a current school board incumbent.  She made comments like don’t bring the streets in our schools, and the answer to solve discipline problems in our schools is more police. Whereas some of the other candidates took the approach that educators should nurture and build trusting relationships with students, her approach appeared to set CPS schools up for failure.  I am very sensitive to her what she’s been through in her life, so maybe that has played a part in why she now sees the jar as half-empty as it pertains to our children.  Perhaps it’s time for her to move on.
Some on the school board don't understand that when our black children are in the fourth grade, some like Deters and Bates make notes on how much jail space, they'll need for our kids.  What they don't understand is that the price of freedom (equality, justice, opportunities) is, well, Malcolm X says it best...

9.      Catherine D. Ingram -  As an incumbent it appeared that she had all the answers, or at least thought she did.  At times she did appear to have many solid answers for the questions asked.  She passionately supports a prevailing wage and made an excellent case for others to support it. Still perhaps, it’s time for her to move on from the school board.

10.      Eileen Cooper Reed - I’ve heard her speak at other events and it’s clear that she’s really cares about our communities and students. Still, lately, she’s appeared a little tired. Last night she stated that she wants back on school board because she has some unfinished business on the board. I think, perhaps, if the business ain’t finished by now...

11.      Joyce F. Hooks -  She has such a pleasant speaking voice. And she’s a really pleasant person to talk to.   I like that her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren attended or attend CPS.  I think the fact that she’s a retired educator is a plus and minus.  A plus because she should have plenty of time to devote to the board, but a minus because I’m afraid she’s out of touch with technology and how to reach today‘s youth.  I could be wrong on this and hope that all will give her a fair shake. 

12.    Chris McDowell -  Wow!  He does not support the school levy, does not support a prevailing wage, and none of his 3 children attend CPS public schools.  He stated and get this folks, if his daughter became really good at playing the violin, he might consider sending her to the School of the Creative and Performing arts.    McDowell is an attorney and it appeared that he only wants on the board to meddle in constructions contracts. His behavior at the meeting last night was downright crude (cell phone kept going off, and reading while other panelist were speaking--hey folks we watch this stuff in the audience)  He spoke really loud and spewed the regurgitated Republican talking points.  I served in army….I'm in the army now.
Diversity in thought. Are you kidding me?  Sounded good as talking points.


I have included candidates email addresses. I hope that the community will email the candidates with your thoughts, suggestion.   Our children are the future! Let them know that!

I was thankful that many members of a board that I serve on attended the event.  We were there watching, listening. Our education chair was present and our eyes and ears were open WIDE!


FBK is a unapologetic eBook writer.

Monday, October 5, 2009


Hey All

I'm off to that meeting at Woodward Career Technical High School.  Woodward is the oldest public high school still in operation in the United States.   I graduated from Woodward. Back then it was just Woodward. When I attended the high school, Joe Deters'  (HDIC) was the school's resource officer. Back then ole' Brown would give a kid a break.  Lord knows I needed every break he gave me.  But things are different these days between Brown and I.  Brown is on Deters' payroll, and Deters is the most dangerous prosecutor in Hamilton County history.

Well I'm off to the school board meeting.  I'm pulling for Ceair Baggett and Haap to do well at the forum.  I'll give my reasons later.  Also, I'll let you know which person soared and which person sunk.

(Did I just write a blog or a tweet?  It's a blog, I don't tweet)