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May 24, 2016
Below for your independent, objective and thoughtful review is a
list of how much Hillary Clinton was paid for her, speeches from
April 18, 2013 thru March 19, 2015 and the total amount that was
paid to Hillary Clinton was almost, $22 Million Dollars in just a
little under two years.
Hillary Clinton and her husband former President, Bill Clinton have
now created a model for massive, self enrichment that allows you
to go into so called, public service but get extremely rich all at
the very same time.
While nothing is, sacred and everything is for, sale when it now
comes to both Bill and Hillary Clinton, our entire, Country is now
paying the ultimate price, along with all of us as it’s, citizens and
maybe, just maybe, the American People are finally tired of, The
Clinton’s as well as tired of being, sold out by all of our publicly
elected officials as well:
4/18/2013, Morgan Stanley Washington, DC: $225,000
4/24/2013, Deutsche Bank Washington, DC: $225,000
4/24/2013, National Multi Housing Council Dallas, TX: $225,000
4/30/2013, Fidelity Investments Naples, FL: $225,000
5/8/2013, Gap, Inc. San Francisco, CA: $225,000
5/14/2013, Apollo Management Holdings, LP New York, NY: $225,000
5/16/2013, Itau BBA USA Securities New York, NY: $225,000
5/21/2013, Vexizon Communications, Inc. Washington, DC: $225,000
5/29/2013, Sanford C. Bernstein and Co., LLC New York, NY: $225,000
6/4/2013, The Goldman Sachs Group Palmetto Bluffs, SC: $225,000
6/6/2013, Spencer Stuart New York, NY: $225,000
6/16/2013, Society for Human Resource Management Chicago, IL: $285,000
6/17/2013, Economic Club of Grand Rapids Grand Rapids, MI: $225,000
6/20/2013, Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Boston, MA: $225,000
6/20/2013, Let’s Talk Entertainment, Inc. Toronto, Canada: $250,000
6/24/2013, American Jewish University Universal City, CA: $225,000
6/24/2013, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Company, LP Palos Verdes, CA: $225,000
School Board Election is tomorrow, May 3rd.
Please Remember to Vote for Carl Paladino, Park District Representative
Tomorrow voters in the City of Buffalo will make a critical decision. It is a decision that has the potential to impact generations of young people and determine Buffalo’s future as a growing city where families choose to live and invest.
On Tuesday, May 3, all six district seats on the Buffalo School Board are up for election. This election will determine if the School Board can continue to move the District in a positive, productive direction under the welcome leadership of Superintendent Kriner Cash, or if special interests concerned primarily with self-preservation will regain their grip on the Buffalo Public Schools.
We all know what is best for Buffalo’s students and our economy, and that is why I am asking you to vote and support the following reform minded candidates.
• Jay McCarthy (North District)
• Bryon McIntyre (Central District)
• James Sampson (West District) – Sampson is mounting a write-in challenge. Voters will need to write-in his name on the ballot after filling in the circle next to the phrase ‘Write-In’.
• Colleen Russell- (East District) Also a ‘write-in’ candidate. Voters will need to write-in his name on the ballot after filling in the circle next to the phrase ‘Write-In’.
These people are committed to working with Superintendent Cash and intently focused on guaranteeing Buffalo’s young people access to a quality education.
The choice in this election is clear and the consequences could not be more serious.
The Buffalo Teachers Federation and its powerful out-of-town allies are working overtime to elect candidates who will block reform at every turn and embrace the status-quo responsible for holding back generations of Buffalo’s youth.
We must demand better. Please encourage your employees living in Buffalo to support reform and vote Tuesday, May 3. Polls are open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm throughout Buffalo. We need their vote to help secure a brighter future for our students and our city.
Accomplishments Under Buffalo School Board Majority
1. Increased Graduation rate from 46% to 61% -the highest level in decades
2. Finished 2015 Operating year in the black while simultaneously eliminating an operating deficit of $15 million left by Pam Brown administration
3. Moved 9 schools from the State “failing” category and moved another 4 schools into the ” good standing”…category
4. First District in the State to implement the Receivership school strategy authorized in Governor Cuomo’s Educational reform act.
5. Recruited and hired Kriner Cash, a nationally recognized reform superintendent.
6. Implemented a complete restructuring of central administration and a much needed reform of the General Counsel’s office.
7. Proposed the first complete rewriting of the Buffalo Teachers contract in 30 years to recover management prerogatives for the assignment and training of teachers, the lengthening of the school year, and the reform of excessive health costs.
8. Approved “New Educational Bargain for Buffalo” which includes an extended school day, and smaller early elementary class sizes for the most at risk students.
9. Initiated the opening of 16 “community schools” to afford high quality schools in the neighborhoods where our students reside.
10. Initiated a renewed effort to provide career and occupational training for non college bound students. Expanded culinary arts Emerson High School as a first phase.
11. Created a robust educational program for English Language Learners and the growing immigrant and refugee community. Program includes an expansion of international elementary school 45, and the opening of a newcomer academy for recent immigrants.
12. Recruited John Starkey from the highly successful International Institute of New York to become Principle of Lafayette’s new international high school.
13. Launched and audit and civil complaint to recover excess spending by the Joint Schools construction fund.
14. Restored Physical education to every elementary school in the district
15. Greatly expanded Teacher for America program
Paladino: It’s not an election, it’s a revolution
Feb. 29, 2016 –
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BUFFALO, N.Y. (February 29, 2016)- Buffalo Board of Education’s Park District Representative Carl Paladino announces that he will seek re-election for a another three year term. Paladino won 79% of the vote in 2013, which saw record turnout for a school board election.
“I am honored to represent the people and parents of the Park District on the Buffalo Board of Education. Every child in Buffalo deserves a first class education. We will continue to change the inept policies that have plagued the Buffalo Schools for decades and underserved so many of our youth.”
We will among other things:
1. Return to community schools- opening our schools to the neighborhood for after hour activities and more parental involvement.
2. Lower class sizes in Pre-K to 3rd grade to 18 or less.
3. Negotiate a union contract fair to our teachers, our community and most importantly, to our children.
4. Ensure that those who created the dysfunction in our schools are no longer employed so that the dysfunction can be addressed and corrected.
5. Provide opportunity for a SEED School for students from dysfunctional homes.
6. Rid the district of friends and family appointments and promotions, graft, waste, corruption, featherbedding and incompetency.
Since joining the Buffalo Board of Education in 2013 Paladino has helped successfully expose the underbelly of the beast preying on our children, helped rid the district of incompetent administration and helped install a majority not beholden to union leaders but instead has been insistent on correcting the dysfunction.
He has also exposed the fact that L. P. Ciminelli has failed to account for over $500 M in Joint School Construction Funds.
“The Buffalo Public School system has a profound impact on the rebirth of our city, our local workforce and economy. We will build a school system that works for everyone so it can support Buffalo’s growth.
Carl attended St. Bonaventure University and the Syracuse University College of Law. He received his Juris Doctor degree in 1971 and traveled to Fort Bliss, Texas to serve in the U.S. Army. He retired from service as a Captain in 1981.Carl returned to Buffalo the following year, eventually undertaking the management role for the New York City-based owners of the Ellicott Square, and establishing the law firm of Paladino, Cavan, and Quinlivan.
Nominating petitions begin on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, while the election will be held on Tuesday, May 3, 2016.