Many of us spend our time and attention on national politics. Republicans want taxes (costs) lowered, while Democrats desire government (taxes) to expand. Sometimes, this bias blinds our eyes to local politicians who (allegedly) have our political party or best interests in mind, while their actions prove otherwise. Take Georgetown Texas for example… in a Republican State and City, a Republican Mayor is quoted to say he bases decisions not on partisan politics, but facts, and what is good for his constituents. Mayor Ross goes on to state how renewable energy is all about costs, but along with Democrats Al Gore and Bernie Sanders, Ross gambles that renewable energy will lower Georgetown’s utility costs. Well, Georgetown’s utility bills have since gone up, significantly, and in The Church and The Community, Page 37, I talk about fame and politics. How will our famous Mayor, and the City Council, make things right? Or, is new leadership the solution?