Reject this Big Bully intrusion and return your census envelope with your question for them:
WHERE'S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE?
America is under a curse and those who treacherously voted for that fraud and foreigner are helping to make Marxist Jeremiah Wright’s wish come true that God damn America. Shame! -
Black Day in America: Obama Wins, America Loses
2 Kings 17
Tuesday, March 30, 2010 6:45 PM
Jim Wilson/The New York Times
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — When Tom Grimes lost his job as a financial consultant 15 months ago, he called his congressman, a Democrat, for help getting government health care.
The latest on President Obama, his administration and other news from Washington and around the nation. Join the discussion.
Many Tea Party supporters argue for smaller government even as they argue it should do more.
Then he found a new full-time occupation: Tea Party activist.
See video above and or read report from Huffington Post. This man puts himself up as a judge of Obama?
"Why do you perpetuate pagan fertility symbols of rabbits and eggs and don't have anything for Passover? No little lambs, nothing. John the Baptist called Jesus the 'Lamb of God' - not the Easter bunny!" - so I wrote a popular family restaurant about their country store (see The Big Lie of Easter).
Once governor of Alaska and a vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin is now setting her sights on reality TV. Talk about a downward career trajectory. But don’t tell her, she seems to think she’s worth at least $1 million per episode of the tentatively-titled, “Sarah Palin’s America.” Palin has really grabbed her reputation as the “Laughingstock Of The Nation” by the horns here and is riding it into the ground, much to the public’s amusement.
March 17, 2010 — Columbus Dispatch Outs "The Terrible Teabagger":
The Toledo Blade March 24, 2010
This is why reform is needed
Because of my teenage daughter Cassandra’s epilepsy and Asperger’s syndrome, every insurance company rejected her for coverage because of pre-existing conditions — a denial that health reform would make illegal (“Health reform approved,” March 22).
Daimler to pay $185M over bribery
March 23, 2010
Detroit News Washington Bureau
Washington -- Daimler AG will pay a $185 million fine to resolve civil and criminal charges brought over accusations it paid tens of millions of dollars in bribes to at least 22 foreign governments over a 10-year period, The Detroit News has learned.
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Written by Tim Higgins
"Capitalism: A Love Story"
On the 20-year anniversary of his groundbreaking masterpiece "Roger & Me," Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story" comes home to the issue he's been examining throughout his career: the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans. But this time the culprit is much bigger than General Motors, and the crime scene is far wider than Flint, Michigan.
The president's top economic advisers took some heat today over jobs and the economy from both parties. At a House hearing, Republican Jerry Lewis of California charged, the administration is spending and taxing too much. And Democrat Marcy Kaptur of Ohio complained, the president's aides were out of touch, as unemployment in parts of Ohio tops 15 percent.
REP. MARCY KAPTUR, D-Ohio: We have more cities poor in this country than any other state now. Our food bank lines are growing longer. Twenty-five percent of our food banks and food shelters turned away people last year.
Travis Smiley Show
March 15, 2010
Tavis: Tonight, though, we kick off this week with - there he is - Michael Moore. The Oscar-willing filmmaker out with his DVD for "Capitalism: A Love Story." The new version features more than 80 minutes of extended and deleted scenes. Here now a look at "Capitalism: A Love Story."
Tavis: Michael Moore joins us tonight from New York City. Michael, good to have you back, as always, sir.
‘Toyota Way’ Under Recall
Toyota’s ‘lean management’ and ‘just in time’ production model is the toast of business schools, but 8.5 million faulty cars have taken the bloom off the rose.
By Joseph B. Atkins
A century ago, Frederick W. Taylor, the mechanical engineer whose book The Principles of Scientific Management influenced generations of business owners and managers, had this to say about American working people:
Michael Lewis writes about a handful of Wall Street outsiders who realized the subprime mortgage business was a house of cards and found a way to bet against it. Steve Kroft reports.
Michael Lewis talks about the current situation on Wall Street, the large bonuses still being paid and his predictions for the future of the industry. Steve Kroft reports.
TPS schedules public hearings on budget. Saturday, March 13, 2010
Toledo Public Schools face a $30 million deficit, and that means cuts are coming. The district wants to hear from you. Two more public hearings have been scheduled for the coming week. The full schedule is now...
Monday at Waite High School, Tuesday at Robinson Middle School,
Wednesday at Start High School , Thursday at Rogers High School.
All sessions start at 5:30 p.m.
How many people plan on attending the public hearings?
If you plan on attending, what are your thoughts concerning the proposed cuts?
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Let us take a look at the Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards enacted by the federal government in response to the Arab oil embargo. Lately, supporters have sought to increase these standards in the name of fighting climate change. They have neither reduced our dependence on foreign oil nor saved the Earth.