February 14, 2022 the TB Times article Two Campaigns for Clearwater City Council Turn Negative begins “The first negative mailer of the campaign season was released last week, with City Council Seat 5 candidate Lina Teixeira telling voters she will fight for residents, not fight in bars.” Teixeira is snidely referring to an earlier TB […]Read More The TB Times: Fair and Balanced Reporting?
On January 4, 2022 the Tampa Bay Times published an article about Clearwater City Council candidate Lina Teixeira in which concerning conflict of interest questions were raised. While in the midst of her campaign for an elected office, Teixeira organized an art exhibit and received “…a $6,000 grant from the Downtown Development Board, with $4,000 […]Read More Is Lina Teixeira Right For Clearwater City Council?
In October of 2019 TB Times journalist Tracey McManus wrote an incredible article detailing Scientology’s sweeping land grab in the City of Clearwater. Using shell corporations and subterfuge Scientology connected entities now own almost 200 properties. One statement in particular stands out in this description of the creeping invasion of Scientology tendrils that now embrace […]Read More Miscavige’s “Fresh Start”: Not New, Not True
Scientology is a cult of greed, deception, abuse and ultimate psychological terrorism. Where true religions teach compassion, tolerance and forgiveness, Scientology attacks, hates and destroys. Because of their immutable sacred doctrine of vengeance, hostility and the eradication of the individual, it was necessary to also engage in the creation of a fictional, ill fitting public […]Read More Representative Chris Latvala- Scientology Safepoint
Once again a Scientology source, Expose Network, misquotes the 2014 FSU economic study in order to support their lies. @ExposeNetwork posted that the cult donates $87,867,000 annually for the benefit of Clearwater. This figure could not be further from the truth. As has been revealed in an earlier blog post, the upcoming election for City […]Read More Scientology Does Not Contribute $87 Million to Clearwater