Toledo Free Press
Thomas Pounds: Outside looking in
The November 15th column in the Toledo Free Press made hay with stories of doom from outside Toledo. In the story a unnamed developer (some source) stated that some businesspeople and suburban partners (again who and how many?) are concerned about the new Toledo Mayor Collins. Ironically most of jobs in the businesses the developer quoted were low wage unlivable jobs.
Toledo Free Press
Sen. Sanders provides history lesson on deficits during budget meeting
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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Wednesday released his prescription for reducing the deficit and creating jobs. Here are 10 suggestions from his “progressive budget blueprint” for raising revenue and reducing spending:
• Stop corporations from using offshore tax havens to avoid U.S. taxes.
Collins' transition team to include Finkbeiner, Ford
"George Tucker, executive secretary of the Greater Northwest Ohio Central Labor Council of the AFL-CIO, and Ray Wood, president of United Auto Workers Local 14 who was recently selected president of the local chapter of the NAACP, will also be co-chairmen, Mr. Collins said."
Toledo media was mentioned on PBS Bill Moyers & Company. Video time19:55
Michael Collins 56.53%
Mike Bell 43.47%
Larger then expected turnout 25.4% of registered voters.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
North Carolina GOP official resigns after interview
FDA Seeks Pet Owner Help on Dangerous Jerky Treats
WASHINGTON October 23, 2013 (AP)
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'The problem appears to be tied to dog pet treats made in China, the FDA said, though investigators haven't yet found a certain cause. The FDA says it has received reports of illnesses in 3,600 dogs and 10 cats in the United States since 2007, and 580 dogs died. The pet treats were sold under a wide variety of brand names.
Diebold Incorporated Resolves Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigation and Agrees to Pay $25.2 Million Criminal Penalty
Diebold-SEC Fraud Settlement Reached: Former Voting Machine Maker To Pay $25 Million
It appears WSPD has built walls around any diversity of thought. A phenomenon known as silo media http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/03/06/partisan-politics... and http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2012/Social-networking-and-politics/M.... SwampBubble poster Willard has recently stated that WSPD http://swampbubbles.com/20131008/karl-rove-irrelevant-moron#comment-80442 allegedly told its staff to not post on public media blogs (other than those they can control and restrict).
Renewables and Energy Efficiency in Ohio
Ohio has a rich history of innovation and manufacturing – a history that is interwoven with traditional resources like coal and natural gas. Though these sources of energy have helped to build a strong economy in Ohio in the past, too much of today’s economy – and military operations – depend on a single-source commodity: oil.
To protect our economic and national security, America must diversify and look to clean, homegrown alternatives like wind and solar.
Tea party is loser in budget showdown
"The tea party was on the march, fueled by a sympathetic media echo chamber on talk radio and Fox News, eager volunteers and generous contributors. By January 2011, Republicans controlled the House and, more important, dozens of Republicans owed their jobs to the tea party. By last year, though, it became clear the movement faced trouble."
Criminals on film. Where are the arrests?
Veterans Angry Over Tea Party Takeover Of March On Memorials
White House: Tea Party, Veteran, Biker Protesters Meet Riot Police in DC
Co-conspirators Sarah Palin and Senator Ted Cruz join in with the Confederate flag carrying mob. Rooftop snipers watch over Tea Party anarchists. Many in the group after hearing a week of blame from AM radio and FoxNews cable have decided that enough is enough.
If you want stronger union control and Finkbeiner ideas in the ear of the Mayor, then vote for Collins....
Representative Michele Bachmann taunted by DC resident at National WWII Memorial
Johny D. in the Morning will broadcast on WPFX-FM, 107.7, the Wolf from 6 to 9 a.m. weekdays.
Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/TV-Radio/2013/10/04/Johny-D-back-on-local-air...