Consequently I asked a private electrical company who furnished a generator but the total bill was over $1,000. The upshot is that I personally had to pay this amount as a result of the intransigence of Southern California Edison Co. I have written to a board member but I have received only denials.
I could let this all be business but I know injustice when I see it and as a physician it does not feel right. I would be willing to pay money for the electrician who furnished the generator but in this case my principle which I've fought all my life is at stake: human consideration for all involved.
Richard J. Bing, M.D.
Don't be fooled by Committee for Truth
The Committee for Truth in Politics. I like that! Truth is what we could use in politics these days. There is way too much innuendo, deception and downright lying going on. Alas, The Committee for Truth in Politics is probably not really a committee, and most definitely does not seek the truth — although it is about politics, so that's something.
The former chief of staff, legal counsel and political director for the North Carolina Republican Party is the individual who incorporated "the committee," but for some reason he doesn't deem "the committee" worthy of mention in his on-line profile. It appears he formed "the committee" to put buckets of money toward discrediting anyone with whom he disagrees. He buys ads, mainly TV ads. Whether these ads are literally dishonest, or whether they simply do everything possible to deceive the viewer without crossing the truth line doesn't really matter. The effect is the same. The intent is to appear honest and forthright, while actually massaging the facts and manipulating the viewer.