The Corruption Chronicles Podcast is an idea that came from three wise and talented friends. The social media guru brainstormed the name with me, the radio show host insisted that I must consider doing podcasts, and the millennial is producing them. My mission is to inspire you to take up your role in our government of the people, by the people, for the people: we the people – US. But first I have to get your attention! I want you to see why it’s so important, hence the chronicles about corruption in local government.
But it’s more than just spellbinding stories or political activism. I want you to know that you CAN fix it. Everyday people have fixed it before – when they work together. So, Corruption Chronicles tells the story of the good, the bad, and the ugly, in a different order. It’s the Bad, The Ugly, and the Good – what went wrong, and how it got fixed.
I haven’t (yet!) covered the following story in my book or in Corruption Chronicles, but it’s an especially important story; one that former Cleveland mayor, council member, and U.S. Representative from the state of Ohio, the Honorable Dennis Kucinich probably knows all too well. You can read all about it in his book, The Division of Light and Power. Thank you Dennis Kucinich for your unwavering, lifelong dedication to truly serving the people of your city and state. Check out a short news expose on the latest in Cleveland. Corruption in Cleveland Ohio.