Two Reasons Why You Should Build A Well On Your Property

If you live in an area that is serviced by a centralized water distribution center, it may have never occurred to you to build a well on your property. You may reason that there simply isn't a reason to do so, especially since you are paying to receive water from the city. However, even if you have access to community water, it may still be a good idea to build a well at your homesite. Read More 

Whistleblowing, Transparency, And Repercussions

While "whistleblowing" frequently has a somewhat negative connotation to it, the end results are often positive because much-needed change comes about. Likewise, "transparency" has its own negative connotation with positive results. Here is a closer look at the positives and repercussions of whistleblowing and transparency. Whistleblowing Whistleblowing is knowing that the establishment or the company you work for is doing something wrong, illegal and/or unethical and deciding to tell someone outside the workplace about it. Read More 

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Campaign Consultant

Political campaign consultants can be great assets that can help you through every step of a campaign and election. If you are a first-time candidate new to campaigning, a consultant can help you organize every step and provide valuable advice. However, some candidates are unclear or unrealistic about the consultant's role, and this can hurt an otherwise viable bid for office. Here are some common mistakes to avoid so you can get the most out of the consultant you hire. Read More