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Are you tired of politicians making empty promises and not addressing the real issues in your city? Look no further than Libertarian candidate Ronald Tracy Robison, who is running for city council in Jacksonville, Florida. In this episode, Robison sits down with host Brian Nichols to discuss the negative impact of government intervention on the free market during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in the supply chain and the resulting economic deficit.
He also cites the shut down of 130 businesses and 67% of jobs not returning as a result of the safer at home law implemented by the Republican mayor. Robison also shares his thoughts on the negative impact of the CDC moratorium on the housing market, leading to a rise in crime and homelessness. He also discusses the current housing market in Jacksonville and how it is not as strong as it appears, with debt being moved from one sector to the next, resulting in higher costs for housing.
But Robison doesn’t just point out the problems, he also offers solutions. He suggests that private companies can be contracted to fix infrastructure issues such as flooding in the Ocean Way area and proposes regular inspections to prevent similar issues in the future. He also expresses his support for school choice, and argues that property tax reform would be necessary in order to support school choice and vouchers for other schools.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from a candidate who truly wants to make a difference in Jacksonville. Tune in now and be part of the change you want to see in your community!