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This week on the Toledo View:

Toledo Public Schools Superintendent John Foley sets the record straight about TPS, Scott High School and much more!

Pastor John Walthall talks about the state of 'the church' and how the church at-large has compromised their position within the community and abroad.

Also controversial editorials entitled:

Ann Arbor braces for overflow of pilgrims

ANN ARBOR - Tickets have been sold out for weeks. Hollywood star Richard Gere and Grammy-winning singer Bobby "Don't Worry Be Happy" McFerrin are in town. A group of Chinese students is planning a protest. Scores of people from northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, both Buddhist and otherwise, are making the pilgrimage to Crisler Arena.

The buzz is all about the Dalai Lama.

The Military's Showdown Over PTSD

(CBS) Twenty-two year old combat medic Jonathan Norrell volunteered for every mission during his year in Iraq.

He was bombed, ambushed, treating wounded under fire - and the memories still haunt him, CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier reports.

Forced Miscarriages as Art?

Beginning next Tuesday, Shvarts will be displaying her senior art project, a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself "as often as possible" while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood from the process.

Troy Neff Show: Troy Interviews Wayne Root, the Libertarian Presidential Candidate

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Troy and Wayne have an interesting conversation about the Libertarian philosophy and third party candidates.

Wayne Root

Check out more interviews @:
troyneff.com

The Pope's Sex Abuse Challenge

Pope Benedict XVI's trip this week to the United States will include high-profile visits to the White House, United Nations and Ground Zero. But no matter what political issues or media angles may be buzzing before take-off, the Vatican tends to stress the pastoral aspect of any papal journey.

THIS WEEK'S EDITION OF THE TOLEDO VIEW

This week's edition of The Toledo View features interviews with Comedian Corey King of 92.5 Kiss FM, and Fitness Trainer Teri Brillhart of Super Fitness.

We also have the word on the streets from Jim Caputo, Ashley Lewis and Chester Taylor.

There is also a hot and controversial editorial, "Why Uncle Tom's and Aunt Jane's Are Necessary!"

Of course there is so much more...

McCain Shifts on Aid to Some Mortgage Holders

"Senator John McCain, who drew criticism last month after he warned against broad government intervention to solve the deepening mortgage crisis, pivoted Thursday and called for the federal government to aid some homeowners in danger of losing their homes, by helping them to refinance and get federally guaranteed 30-year mortgages.

Cheney, Ashcroft, Powell, Tenet, Rice at meetings that approved torture

Top Bush administration officials signed off on using torture against suspected terrorists after asking the Justice Department to endorse their legality. "Who would have thought that in the United States of America in the 21st century, the top officials of the executive branch would routinely gather in the White House to approve torture?"

For Cadets From West Point, Jersey City Is a Peace Lab

"JERSEY CITY — It sounds at first like a student’s worst nightmare: A long field trip to this gritty, gentrifying and altogether unlikely destination.

While visiting the Loew’s Jersey Theater on Saturday, the cadets checked out a sign dating from World War II.

GOP, DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS FACE OFF AS NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE'S STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS BEGIN

GOP, DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS FACE OFF AS NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE'S STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS BEGIN

Convention Leaders Make Friendly Wager on Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado
Avalanche Series

(SAINT PAUL, Minn.) - The National Hockey League's Stanley Cup Playoffs
commence this week, and the cities hosting the 2008 Republican and

Will $4 gas affect your driving habits?

Summer gasoline use down for first time in 17 years

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Record gasoline prices and a contracting U.S. economy will reduce summer gasoline demand for the first time in 17 years, the government's top energy forecasting agency said Tuesday.

Dear Abby - Worried in New York

Dear Abby,

TOLEDO VIEW UPCOMING EDITION ON MONDAY, APRIL 6

A new edition of the Toledo View will be released on Monday, April 7.

THIS WEEK'S FEATURE INTERVIEWS:

Dr. Stephen Goldman - Exposes The Truth About Toledo Public Schools

National Gospel Recording Artist, Tye Tribbett - Get's Personal About Ministry

Interviews Also With:

Pastor Raymond Bishop
Attorney Lafe Tolliver
Gary Daugherty

Special on CNN tonight

Eyewitness to Murder - The King Assassination

Fixing the mess

Here is a thoughtful series of articles from Slate that outline what we should do to repair the mess we have created both at home and in our foreign policy. You don't have to agree with every point, but the overall thrust is that we have let things go too far and we need to fix them.

* End the imperial presidency
* End the war on terror as a legal paradigm.
* Abolish military commissions.

50,000 Marchers or more coming to Lima, OH...could this be a repeat of what happened in Jena????

A radio talk-show host pledged to organize 50,000 marchers from across the country to protest a fatal police shooting on the eve of an officer’s trial in Lima, OH.

This could be bigger than the Jena rally!!!!!!

Read more on the Toledo View...it is posted on the main page.

www.ToledoView.com

Federal Reserve Announces Dynamic Maps and Data on Nonprime Mortgage Loan Conditions

The Federal Reserve System on Tuesday announced the availability of a set
of dynamic maps and data that illustrate subprime and alt-A mortgage loan conditions
across the United States.

Truckers Clog New Jersey Turnpike in Price Protest

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Truckers clogged the New Jersey
Turnpike
and other highways today, slowing traffic to as low as
20 mph (32 kph) as part of a nationwide protest against surging
diesel fuel prices, a spokesman for the highway said.

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