The February 13, 2008 Toledo Journal says Carty and his senior staff lied and obstructed the investigation of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission of the Griffin, Daugherty, Morehead cases. I read the article this morning and it is very revealing and disturbing.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says torture (aggressive interrogation, in his words) is o.k., such as "stick[ing] something under the fingernail, smack[ing] him in the face". The London interview concluded with Scalia saying that he is not really a "tough guy". "I'm very tender," he said.
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA MOVE TOWARDS MARTIAL LAW
Saturday, May 19, 2007
JOHN FRITZE, BALTIMORE SUN
OK...I am about to TRASH this laptop. For a duo core processor this PC is as slow as the coming of a Carty apology. I cannot get a streaming video sound to work even though I have updated all the Microsoft patches for Windows and the Media player. The computer freezes up and only a forced reboot will clear it.
Research & think hard, before leaping to conclusions about Marine training in this country. Under the training exercises such as "urban-patrol", "bomb disposal", "toxic waste disposal", several counties across the country have been infiltrated by military, often times working hand in hand w/police.
Toledo Technology Academy is gearing up for a national competition. The students built a robot that will be unveiled at 6:00. Students will enter the robot in the 2008 first robotic competition. It's been built by students with help from mentors from the Dana Corporation.
The Senate on Tuesday approved new rules for government eavesdropping on phone calls and e-mails, giving the White House much of the latitude it wanted and granting legal immunity to telecommunications companies...[more]
We keep hearing about A-Team and B-Team Democrats in Toledo. Who exactly are on the A-Team and the B-Team? What makes the teams tick? Are they playing to the unions, the the Blade, or to the Boogieman?
If you did not already listen to it today, WSPD had some interesting interviews today.
The first two minutes are especially interesting. If this doesn't confirm that the man has a mental problem, I don't know what does:
"Toledo City Council Tuesday afternoon adopted by
a 12-0 vote a resolution apologizing to the 200 members of Company A,
1st Battalion, 24 Marines for their treatment last week in the city and
thanking them for their service to the nation."
"The Berkeley City
Council tonight is scheduled to revisit the council's Jan. 29 approval
of a resolution calling the U.S. Marines' recruiting office on Shattuck
Avenue "uninvited and unwelcome intruders." The vote was 6-3 in favor.
There will be a special TPS board meeting tomorrow February 13, 2008 at 7:30 AM to discuss the procedure for filling the vacancy left by Robert Torres.
"WASHINGTON - At-risk borrowers with all types of mortgages, not
just high-cost subprime loans, could be eligible for help under a new
plan involving six big home lenders. The plan, called Project Lifeline,
will be announced Tuesday by the Treasury Department and the Department of Housing and Urban Development,
"WASHINGTON — The plan announced by the Pentagon on Monday to seek
the death penalty against six suspects accused of planning and
organizing the Sept. 11 attacks could be complicated by the recent
acknowledgment that one of the men was the subject of waterboarding.
"The city of Toledo's revenue last year from
tax-sharing agreements with other communities increased sharply after
dipping a year earlier.
The city so far has collected $913,596 for 2007 from its joint economic
development zones and districts with Maumee, Perrysburg, Rossford, and
I live downtown. Friday afternoon an elderly woman who lives in my building was extremely scared because she believed a "terrorist incident" occurred a few blocks away. As the panic quickly spread through the building, I investigated and found out that it was simply a military exercise being set-up but I hadn’t heard anything about it either. Not one thing.