Roe v Wade, 35 years later . PP pioneer Margaret Sanger's vision of lowering black population

Is coming to pass.
Europe's native population is dying.

Toledo library originally censored the book about this.
There is healing for those involved in abortion

WND Exclusive Library censors Planned Parenthood exposé
Author decries policy of 'politically correct' book banning
Posted: June 6, 2000
1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Patrick Poole
© 2000 WorldNetDaily.com

Armed men among Jena protesters

"About 30 members of a reputed white
supremacists' group marched through the streets of Jena, La., Monday,
expressing disdain for the holiday honoring slain civil rights leader
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., as well as for six black Jena teenagers
charged with beating a white classmate.

Cows Get Fart Charts

The enviro-wackos have been claiming cows contribute 20% worldwide to Global Warming. I guess It was only a matter of time before people were going to get paid to start charting cow farts. Toledo should take an active role in this important environmental initative. Just change COSI to COWSI and you got big buck Grant Money to Save the Planet.

Sweden to study belching cows


"COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Up to 1,500 votes may be cast on paper ballots in the
Republican primary today in Horry County, S.C., which includes Myrtle
Beach, because of voting machine problems due to human error on the
part of county election commission staff, who failed to properly
prepare the machines, state and county election officials said. After

Elections officials fear paper ballots will delay primary results

"We've been wracking our brains to come up with some way to speed this up," said Jill Kelly, director of the Lucas County Board of Elections. "There's nothing we can humanly do."

She said 10,000 paper ballots could add four to five hours to her counting.

She has advised Toledo-area voters that they won't see results, for the presidential contests or for local races, on election night.

Aid for food banks should be part of package, senator says

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D., Ohio) would like to
include some help for the nation's food banks in the "stimulus package"
being talked about for the economy.

Mr. Brown said yesterday at
the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank that he has introduced
legislation to provide $40 million in emergency assistance to food

punishment for drunk driving?

since we have been posting a lot about drunk driving, i saw another article to add to the discussions..... no, i usually don't follow celebrity stories, but i liked the creative punishment in this one.

Lohan to work in morgue as punishment

LOS ANGELES - Lindsay Lohan is about to see dead people.

Kaptur's seperated at birth moment


Guess Marcy Kaptur doesn't know the difference between Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Although maybe I shouldn't laugh because I wouldn't either, then again if you're going to be questioning them you should probably know who you're talking to.



The folks who invented the credit score for lenders are hard at work developing a similar tool for hospitals and other health care providers.

Kaptur mistakes Bernanke for Paulson at hearing

Myabe a good idea for Marcy to do a little homework before a hearing???
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur came to a House committee hearing on Thursday prepared to ask U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson tough questions about his involvement in the subprime mortgage crisis.

Unfortunately, she was questioning the chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Bush to lay out economic stimulus ideas

"WASHINGTON - President Bush
is putting together his first public call for an emergency fiscal
stimulus bill while negotiations on Capitol Hill focus on rebates for
taxpayers and other steps to jump-start the sagging economy.

likely to include tax rebates of about $250 to $600

"Lawmakers push for economic stimulus plan

By Donna Smith and Richard Cowan

Wed Jan 16, 9:39 PM ET

Marcy Kaptur blasts foreign investors

Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur, a long-time free trade skeptic, warned on Wednesday that the United States may come to regret allowing major Wall Street banks to sell sizable ownership stakes to foreigners.

Ohio's Special Energy Deals Debated

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The state must scrutinize the special electricity contracts that save companies millions of dollars but are subsidized by other power customers, the House Public Utilities Committee chairman said Wednesday.

Groups from oil companies to universities to the Cleveland Indians have special electricity contracts with their utilities.

At Auto Show, Chinese Are Sidelined but Not Ignored

DETROIT — The basement of Cobo Center, where newcomers to the Detroit auto show are relegated, is drawing bigger crowds than usual this year.

ACLU: Sex in restroom stalls is private

I saw this article on my homepage, and was amazed. i usually don't support anything the ACLU stands for, but this one is just CRAZY!

ACLU: Sex in restroom stalls is private

ST. PAUL, Minn. - In an effort to help Sen. Larry Craig, the American Civil Liberties Union is arguing that people who have sex in public bathrooms have an expectation of privacy.

Reporter recalls Pakistan deportation

"He believes his article Next-Gen Taleban - published in
the New York Times magazine on 6 January - may have angered Pakistani

Erie Street Market timetable set

Toledo City Council yesterday gave the Finkbeiner
administration four months to develop a business plan for the Erie
Street Market and soon after hand over its operation to the private

Councilman D. Michael Collins offered the amendment cutting it to four months.

Huckabee: Amend Constitution to be in 'God's standards'


The United States Constitution never uses the word "God" or makes mention of any religion, drawing its sole authority from "We the People." However, Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee thinks it's time to put an end to that.

Cleveland sues banks over foreclosures

"CLEVELAND—The city of
Cleveland, an epicenter of the nation's home foreclosure crisis, has
sued 21 banks and claimed their subprime lending practices created a
public nuisance that hurt property values and city tax collections.

lawsuit was filed Thursday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, and

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