dave mcirvin

dave mcirvin 1 month, 1 week ago on Stewards of air service program planning public outreach campaign

the arriving flight passenger numbers have steadily declined over the past years, in spite of the cash infusion to Fortress-Intrawest. as part of the $50K propaganda campaign, please publish those numbers in graph form on the side of my reusable kool-aid cup. that way when cup is being emptied the graph appears inverted and the numbers look increasing good.


dave mcirvin 2 months, 2 weeks ago on Police chief tenders resignation

I do not have a horse in this game. I've had zero interactions w/ Mr. Rae and one interaction w/ Mr. Kleber. Mr. Kleber was very professional, sincere and helpful to a friend of ours, two years ago.


dave mcirvin 3 months, 3 weeks ago on Craig liquor stores pull New Belgium beer for supporting WildEarth Guardians

"...Coal mining is down to just 75,900 U.S. jobs, from 175,000 in 1985 and about 80,000 during 2009, when President Barack Obama took office, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But at current rates, the U.S. economy would replace those jobs in a week if they all disappeared tomorrow. In Kentucky, where Sen. GOP Leader Mitch McConnell used the administration's "war on coal" as a rallying point in this year's election, the 11,000 coal-mining jobs equal the number created by the state's economy in October and represent less than 0.6 percent of Kentucky jobs...".

from a CNBC article-interview in January '15.