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LSU #1, Oklahoma State #2: Final Regular Season American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Seriously? LSU versus Alabama? Just when you think the BCS couldn't stoop any lower, Alabama, a team who's kicker couldn't make a field goal at home, gets a shot at the BCS title (I refuse to call it the national title) while Big 12 Champion Oklahoma State doesn't? And Oklahoma State's lone loss was a game that never should have been played against Iowa State. The game was played on the same day that the OSU women's basketball coach was killed in a plane crash and EVERY OTHER Cowboy sporting activity was cancelled.

Really?

LSU #1, Alabama #2, Houston jumps to #3: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Overranked:
Virginia Tech. (BCS - 5)
-Signature win against 8-4 Virginia. 20 point loss to Clemson. Eeked out 14-10 win against Duke.

Arkansas (BCS- 8)
-should never have been ranked in the top 10 in the first place. Non-conference schedule stinks. Why are they still in top 10?

Oregon (BCS- 9)
-It's a good thing USC isn't eligible for the Pac12 this year because they may be the best team in the league right now. Oregon's non-conference schedule, LSU withstanding, wasn't the greatest (2-9 Missouri State??).

Underranked:
Houston. (BCS- 6)

American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- Week 7

Well, well, well...the nightmare scenario for the BCS is beginning to play itself out. We are staring down the real possibility that the title game couldl be two SEC teams- LSU and Alabama.

Oregon (9-2) lost to USC but still holds the head to head tiebreaker over Stanford (10-1) in the PAC-12 North. If Oregon defeats Oregon State, Stanford is locked out of the PAC-12 title game and theoretically out of the national championship game.

The Big 10 is out of the picture.

Argument For a College Football Tournament

Right now, the current BCS system is nothing more a beauty pageant. A beauty pageant that's prejudiced against non-BCS schools. Why else would Arkansas, a team that's played a terrible non-conference schedule, be ranked ahead of Houston? Or Boise State?

LSU, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma Maintain 1-2-3 Rankings: Week 6 American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Rankings

The top four went unscathed over the weekend. But that can't be said about Stanford, Boise State, and Penn State.

How far up the rankings will Oregon jump after defeating previously unbeaten Stanford?

How for down the rankings will Boise State fall after another missed field goal ends their BCS title hopes?

And with the defeat of Stanford and Boise there is now only three unbeaten teams left: LSU, Oklahoma State, and Houston. Can Houston move past Boise State towards the top 5?

Radio Smackdown: Fred 1, Wolfman 0

Not that I'm an expert and such, but I do run a political blog that equates politics with pro wrestling.

My response to the Wolfman phone call this morning? Wow.

I really, really, really hope that at some point, we can all start to engage each other and have a meaningful political debate. We sure aren't finding it on the cable networks either.

Paul, you came off like my 17 year old daughter when she's told she can't have the car for the night and tries every conceivable argument in the book to get her way.

LSU #1, Oklahoma State Jumps to #2, Oklahoma to #3: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Week #5 of the fairest, most unbiased college football rankings out there and not bought and paid for by big corporate ESPN.

The formula is as follows:

If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.

-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have unless it's a non-Division 1-A team.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have

-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have. If the loss is to a non-D-1A team, this rule would also apply.

Divide the total by the number of games played.

LSU #1, Oklahoma Jumps to #2, Oklahoma State to #3: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Week #4 of the fairest, most unbiased college football rankings out there and not bought and paid for by big corporate ESPN.

The formula is as follows:

If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.

-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have unless it's a non-Division 1-A team.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have

-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have. If the loss is to a non-D-1A team, this rule would also apply.

Divide the total by the number of games played.

A Thought About One Way to Pay Down the National Debt

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How would a one year only, special surcharge that would be on everyone's tax bill to help bring down the national debt, go over?

No exceptions. No deductions. Everyone pitches in. Everyone feels the pinch.

INCOME
0- $2,500 pays $25
$2,500- $5,000-- $50
$5,001- $10,000- $100
$10,001- $15,000- $150
$15,001- $20,000- $200
$20,001- $25,000- $300
$25,001-$30,000- $400
$30,001- $49,999- 1.5% Net Income
$50,000- $99,999- 2% Net Income
$100,000- $249,999- 2.5% Net Income
$250,000- $499,999- 5% Net Income
$500,000- $999,999- 7.5 % Net Income

My Final Word on SB 5

I had a chance to discuss SB 5 with some friends of mine the other day. They are non-union teachers, public non-union occupations, and others. As a result, I've had a slight change of heart about about SB 5.

First off, Ohioans on balance are not an extreme bunch. We are neither a red or blue state. If anything, Ohio is a tic right of center...a tad more blue in our purple.

American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- October 23rd

Week #3 of the fairest, most unbiased college football rankings out there and not bought and paid for by big corporate ESPN.

The formula is as follows:

If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.

-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have unless it's a non-Division 1-A team.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have

-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have. If the loss is to a non-D-1A team, this rule would also apply.

Divide the total by the number of games played.

Um...Before President Obama Jumps on the Occupy Wall Street Wagon...

http://sayanythingblog.com/entry/hypocrite-obama-has-received-more-contr...

"Despite his rhetorical attacks on Wall Street, a study by the Sunlight Foundation’s Influence Project shows that President Barack Obama has received more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the past 20 years, including former President George W. Bush.

In 2008, Wall Street’s largesse accounted for 20 percent of Obama’s total take, according to Reuters.

Week 2- American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Week #2 of the fairest college football rankings out there and not bought and paid for by big corporate ESPN.

The formula is as follows:

If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.

-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have unless it's a non-Division 1-A team.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have

-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have. If the loss is to a non-D-1A team, this rule would also apply.

Divide the total by the number of games played.

Cain's 9-9-9 Plan- A Truly Fair and Non-partisan Look

The media screamed about ‘where’s the plan?’ Why don’t the candidates have a plan?

So Herman Cain produces a plan- a reasonable plan in my opinion, and here comes the media again. “Is it fair? Will the other Republicans and Democrats try to tear it apart? And so on…and so on…

Cain’s plan would completely cut the head off a dysfunctional and regressive tax system- long overdue.

American Heartland Presidential Power Rankings

2012 Presidential Power Rankings (note: this is not who I think is going to win. This is who I think would be the strongest candidate)

1. NJ Gov. Chris Christie (R)- I know, not running, was never going to run. But in these tumultuous times and economic uncertainty, Obama would have had a hard time winning against Christie.

American Heartland College Football Top 30

It's that time of the year...the return of the American Heartland College Football Top 30! The fairest of the ranking systems because it's NOT biased against the non-BCS schools.

Formula is as follows:
If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.
-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have
-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have

Divide the total by the number of games played.

Head to head results are taken into consideration.

Corporate Might Under Attack: PCW Politics is War on P-SPAN

Earlier tonight on:

PCW Politics is War on P-SPAN (2 hrs)
Spengler Arena
Wauseon, Ohio
Thursday October 6th, 2011
Host: Johnny Suave

*10 bell tribute to Steve Jobs*

Suave: “It’s been a busy past couple of days in the world of political extreme. First, came Chris Christie‘s (R-NJ) final pronouncement on his PCW CEO aspirations…

Suave: Then, yesterday Sarah Palin (R-AK) stunned her followers by announcing that she would not run for PCW CEO…

Suave: “Yes…thank you Bob and Tom. So, with Christie and Palin out, where would the press go next?”

Rudy Guiliani‘s House

It's Time for Some Long Overdue Straight Talk About Occupy Wall Street

Real simple, these protesters aren't populists. They appear to be college students. People with no real responsibilities. These kids probably have not ever held a job. They probably don't have a family to support, bills to pay, or a house to keep up. They've never spent sleepless nights wondering just how they're going to make ends meet. They've never felt the stress of carrying that much responsibility and the burden of being a provider for not only yourself but for a family. Books, beers, and broads/boys. That's all what the majority of the Occupy Wall Street protestors have to worry about.

Tea Party Slander from MSNBC

Big Republican Rumble Highlights PCW in New Hampshire This Monday Night

On this Monday’s PCW Extreme Political TV in Manchester, New Hampshire, prospective Republican candidates for PCW CEO: Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, and Tim Pawlenty will appear and their wrestlers will face off in the first big rumble of the upcoming 2012 selection season.

Participants to date:
-’Pizza Delivery Guy’ Josh Jackson- representing Herman Cain
-’American Citizen’ Kevin Scott- representing Mitt Romney
-Jack Schmidt- representing Ron Paul
-Farmer John- representing Tim Pawlenty

The rest will be revealed tomorrow night.

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