HOA-Land’s meaning of “the common good”

In HOA-Land (see definition below), the common good stops at the real estate subdivision or condo.  Has the Evil Empire with its Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda distorted and redefined the traditional meaning of common good? See CAI’s latest PR propaganda, HOAS in 2020.

Author Robert Reich has this to say about our society and the loss of common good.   His view:

Yet the common good seems to have disappeared. The phrase is rarely uttered today, not even by commencement speakers or politicians.

There’s growing evidence of its loss — in CEOs who gouge their customers and loot their corporations; Wall Street bankers who defraud their investors; athletes involved in doping scandals; doctors who do unnecessary procedures to collect fatter fees; and film producers and publicists who choose not to see that a powerful movie mogul they depend on is sexually harassing and abusing women.

We see its loss in politicians who take donations from wealthy donors and corporations and then enact laws their patrons want, or shutter the government when they don’t get the partisan results they seek.

Definition of HOA-LAND:  HOA-Land is a collection of fragmented independent principalities within America, known in general as “HOAs,” that are separate local private governments not subject to the constitution, and that collectively constitute a nation within the United States. For more see, Defining HOA-LAND: what it is.

Robert Reich’s new book, “The Common Good,” is out Feb. 20.

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"The Voice for HOA Constitutionality". I have been a long-term homeowner rights authority, advocate and author of "The HOA-Land Nation Within America" (2019) and" Establishing the New America of independent HOA principalities" (2008). See HOA Constitutional Government at http://pvtgov.org. My efforts with HOAs took me to a broader concern that was deeply affecting the constituionality of HOAs. Those broad societal and plotical concerns caused me to start this new blog for my commentaries on the State of the New America.

5 thoughts on “HOA-Land’s meaning of “the common good””

  1. I agree with both. HOA reform is needed desperately across the USA. Homeowners need to stop being naive and trusting. Exposing the TRUTH is the only way the HOA problems with different Boards and management companies are going to stop. The media can help by reporting the problems truthfully. We all need to unite and stand up for fairness and justice.

  2. Let Joe Know was on Ch 15 again last night discussing the case in the Desert Ridge HOA. Every black eye story against the control of HOA helps the HOA reform cause. Robert Reich always tells it like it is. The corruption in city government is very evident in Scottsdale and getting worse by the day. It is difficult to get citizen friendly candidates elected but we all keep trying.

    1. I believe Joe Ducey is finally getting my message — no more soft peddling HOA problems. Notice that the HOA lawyers are his target. Will he mention the biggest offender of them all? CAI lawyers? Put pressure on him to broaden his criticism, like board members who are also CAI members in a conflict of interest position, who, contrary to law, do not admit that to the membership.

      Note how quickly the Washington dysfunction has jumped on the role of the media — and that’s both sides and the NRA.

  3. It does seem we are in a “FALL AND DECLINE” in American democracy. There are increasing number of ‘self-selected superior’ citizens that assume the rest of us do not know how to think and speak up. Also there is an increasing number of illegal occupants of our country that feel they have more rights then US Citizens (free food, medical, do not need driver license, use fake id’s) and live next door to us and take good jobs away from US Citizens.

    Protecting our property rights is essential to the main wealth many people accumulate, their home. Be it condominium, townhouse or single family we own the right to peaceful enjoyment and privacy.
    It is time now to speak up and demand a voice and a choice in our future country and our rights as citizens of USA.

  4. I am proud of the Parkland, FL HS survivors and their media coverage of “in your face” criticism of Congress and the Florida Legislature. While they are a bit naïve today, their encounters with our government officials will alert them to the fall and decline of American democracy, as I’ve written elsewhere. These high school teenagers are America’s best chance for HOA reforms as they grow up and become more knowledgeable about the political and social realities of our country.

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