Jobs and the Economy – solutions – YJ Draiman for Mayor r6 As Mayor of LA, how would I create jobs? We have a tremendous amount of natural resources here in Los Angeles, which we need to develop. To put it succinctly, “You can not drill for American oil and
Poll shows YJ Draiman is one of two viable outsiders in race for Mayor of Los Angeles – April 2012 I have great news – recently released a poll testing voters’ mood and attitude towards the major candidates in the race for Mayor of Los Angeles. There are several
World class renewable energy innovation enterprise zone revealed for Los Angeles – Proposed by YJ Draiman – rev.2
World class renewable energy innovation enterprise zone revealed for Los Angeles – Proposed by YJ Draiman – rev.2 YJ Draiman welcomes an innovative renewable energy zone approach which will create 100,000+ new jobs over the next 10 years. An ambitious project that will transform the way universities, business and industry
Draiman – My quest to restore Leadership, Experience and Integrity to City Hall
Candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles (2013)
I’m not a politician. You won’t get politically correct doublespeak from me, just the plain facts. The plain facts are often disturbing and as a NC Board Member I’ve never been shy from revealing the sometimes ugly truth about the way the City functions.
Accountability and Ethical Bankruptcy in a Financial Meltdown
Economic pressures, fear of an uncertain economic future, keeping up with the Joneses, entitlement attitudes, and pure unadulterated greed are some of the excuses that have made the workplace more vulnerable to theft. As a result of the worsening American economy, The Wall Street Journal recently reported a surge in employee embezzlement and theft. Paper clips, copiers, office furniture, and billions of dollars taken are samples of the many and varied items employees feel compelled to take for personal use or resale. An accountant, recently embezzled $180,000 from a furniture company. When asked why, was quoted as having said, “To give my children what they wanted.” A municipal court worker took $131,000 over about a six-year period “to pay bills.”
YJ Draiman files papers running for Mayor of Los Angeles – 2013 – Press release
Motivated by the desire to serve the Los Angeles community and to hold City Hall accountable for it’s actions, I have decided the best way to accomplish my goal is to run for and become the next Mayor of Los Angeles As Mayor, it would be my duty and goal to not just protect the quality of life in Los Angeles, but to improve it. More importantly, as Mayor I intend to protect and improve the quality of life for ALL the people of Los Angeles, not just a select few.
Unconditional Trust is our response to Unconditional Love
It is by Faith we are Saved.
The Just shall live by Faith.
By Faith Abraham obeyed.
By Faith Sarah conceived.
What is that stuff, Faith?
A polluted society
The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings, but shorter tempers; wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints.
We spend more, but have less; we buy more, but enjoy it less.
Confronting the Challenges of Tomorrow
While Cherishing Today R1
Our world today confronts current economic hardship, which represent both a challenge and an opportunity for us to assert our ability to work together for the good of all.
Homeowner’s Guide to Energy Audits
Simple steps you can take to lower your energy bills
With rising energy cost, and an unstable economy, an energy audit is something any homeowner should undergo
When most people hear the word “audit” they’re likely to break out in a cold sweat. But an energy audit is something any homeowner should happily undergo
“Paying for utility costs without using a Utility Auditor and Monitor is like driving a car at night with the lights turned off”