ARLINGTON, Va. - The U.S. mission in Iraq is a "nightmare with no end in sight" because of political misjudgments after the fall of Saddam Hussein that continue today, a former chief of U.S.-led forces said Friday.
The top campaign aide to Toledo Municipal Court Judicial Candidate, Jim Bishop, was supposed to begin his trial in Judge Jensen's court last Tuesday, October 9th. Campaign aide, Gary Groszewski was facing a possible 18 months in prison for his 16th DUI conviction.
Any one on the board within a four block area of the new athletic field and enjoying the sound level from the PA system?
I am in my basement three blocks away and I can hear the Friday night game as if I was there in the bleachers.
You have to read this. I did, I laughed till I cried. This is hysterical.
LIGHTING THE FUSE
Michael S. Miller
To Michael Miller:
I saw your segment on Fox's
Mychal Bell of 'Jena 6' ordered to juvenile facilityStory Highlights
Source: Judge rules Mychal Bell violated probation for earlier juvenile convictions
Bell, 17, was freed after adult conviction for beating a classmate was overturned
Source: Bell now must spend 18 months in a juvenile facility
The teen, who is black, is accused of beating a white classmate last December
The Walbridge Advisory Park Board is hosting a district 2 city council candidate forum on October 23 at 6:30 pm. The event will be held in the Walbridge Park Shelter house.
Former Vice President Al Gore was named joint winner of Nobel Peace Prize Friday for his environmental activism, likely increasing pressure from his supporters to enter the race for the White House...[more]
The stalling ethanol industry wants Congress to mandate greater use of the biofuel. But many of the industry's former friends have turned against it amid soaring prices for corn and other grains.
By DAVID BROOKS
Published: October 9, 2007, NY Times
There used to be four common life phases: childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. Now, there are at least six: childhood, adolescence, odyssey, adulthood, active retirement and old age. Of the new ones, the least understood is odyssey, the decade of wandering that frequently occurs between adolescence and adulthood.
Mr. Voinovich met with government and economic development leaders from northwest Ohio yesterday for a single purpose: to gauge which of their infrastructure projects most deserve federal funding.
But during the meeting, Mr. Voinovich offered an array of anecdotes that fell on all sides of the political aisle, including his quasiprediction for the country's next commander in chief.
Conservative author offends CNBC host Donny Deutsch with comment
Coulter on Jews
Conservative author Ann Coulter tells CNBC host Donny Deutsch that Christians just want Jews "to be perfected," left. In the clip below, she explains her remarks.
Coulter explains herself
Regardless of ones opinion of Tookie's remorse and/or guilt, this nation incarcerates more of its citizens then any other country in the world.
According to a Charlotte.com article House staffer from Homeland Security were ordered to get hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus, diphtheria and influenza immunizations before going to Lowe's Motor Speedway for the Bank of America 500 and the UAW-Ford 500 events.
Contact: Zahra A. Collins
Mobile: 419. 450. 0024
Scott High School Alumni Association moving forward with New Campaign
"Save Our Scott; Save Our Community"
Forum Scheduled For Pubic To Voice Concerns
Toledo, Ohio. Chris Myers, candidate for Toledo Public Schools Board of Education, proposes the establishment of a Young Educators Society (YES) chapter in Toledo to encourage our children to enter the teaching profession. YES works with local business and university communities to encourage minorities, males and all students to become teachers, and nurtures them in the process.
The city web site has been revamped and there is much to explore.
What do we think of it?
NEW YORK -- The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the case of a hangman's noose found at Teachers College at Columbia University.
Professor Madonna G. Constantine found the noose hanging on her office door at a campus building on West 120th Street, police said.
By Sasha Issenberg, Globe Staff | October 10, 2007
DEARBORN, Mich. - Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani tangled over their records on managing budgets in a debate yesterday among Republican presidential candidates as each tried to undermine the other's claim to the GOP's heritage of fiscal conservatism.
They've improved student test scores at a pace easily ahead of the state average, and they've climbed several rungs on Ohio's steep ladder of academic rankings.
Ivy-covered private schools? Hardly.
Sprawling suburban campuses? Guess again.
In by e-mail: On October 18, 2007 at 6:30pm the Scott alumni is sponsoring a community forum entitled "Save Our Scott, Save Our Community" in the Scott High School Cafeteria. Please spread the word.