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If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may want to get your children involved with the Stikii Kids Club contest.
It's better to be thought of an idiot than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
That was advice Sen. Sherrod Brown should have used. Instead he decided to call his colleagues "Niggardly". Luckily he's not in the Tea Party which makes him automatically not racist!
WGTE will present a live Town Hall program "American Graduate - Finding Solutions for Toledo's Kids" on Thursday, November 17th at 8:00 p.m. Hosted by Bill Harris, the Town Hall will discuss ways to improve student education in our region. The United Way and Toledo Public Schools will be on hand to introduce a variety of innovative ideas that are being implemented right here in the Toledo area.
Without unions, employers would abuse us
July 7th, 2011
-HUNTINGTON BEACH, Patti Worley:
Issue 1: Do you want judges to be elected over the age of 70?
Issue 2: Do you want to continue with SB 5 implementation?
Issue 3: Do you want to repeal Obamacare in Ohio?
If you hate Unions and the lazy lemmings who would rather live off of your hard work than pull their own weight, then VOTE NO ON ISSUE 2!
Ohio and the communities in Ohio who can no longer afford to pay 100% of some Union hacks prescription for Viagra will have no choice but to start laying off Union labor. The lower numbers of Union members mean they will have less political clout.
That will mean open season on Unions in Ohio. And, as the Toledo Blade proved, if you lock out your union hacks for a year or two, you can start making a profit.
I posted this over at TT and then realized that I would offend the delicate sensitivities of the cheese eating Moonbats when I replied to their inane comments. Hence the cross post.
People’s Parade Delivers 1.3 Million Signatures for Ohio S.B. 5 Citizens’ Veto
Or at least that is what the liberal left would like you to think about me or anyone else who dares support legislation requiring a photo ID to vote. But when you take into consideration that their goal is to bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator*, the accusation is hypocritical, laughable and just plain dumb. Especially when you add in how the left operates; arguments based on emotion rather than fact and focused on the supposed rights of a group rather than the actual rights of an individual.
On Thursday, June 16 at 8:00 p.m., WGTE TV will host an important Town Hall event to discuss the developing field of alternative energy and its importance and viability as a mainstream energy source. Experts on wind, biomass and solar energy will join students and private industry officials to discuss the benefits and challenges of alternative energy sources.
Quinnipiac University Poll: 54 - 36 SB 5 Should Be Repealed!
Quote from article:
"Ohio voters disapprove 49 - 38 percent of the job Gov. John Kasich is doing, compared to 46 - 30 disapproval in March, while by 54 - 36 percent they say that SB 5 should be repealed, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today"
Labor law’s defenders gear up to fight repeal
Battle lines drawn over Senate Bill 5
SB5 Repeal collects 214,399 signatures
COLUMBUS – Today, at a press conference in Columbus, We Are Ohio released its first set of preliminary data from the field regarding the total number of petition signatures gathered thus far.
Only this time it is a little closer to home.
In what can only be described as an absolute disgrace, Ohio police and firefighters began National Police Week on Monday by holding press conferences across the state (incl. Toledo) to rail on SB5 and push the repeal initiative. While that doesn't sound too bad, what makes it truly repugnant is that it was done under the guise of honoring fallen officers.
According to Council President Wilma Brown- " I have a comment to tell you why I'm going to vote no on this. It's because the kids in the central city that would be going to Smith pool won't be able to go to some of the others because they are not welcome. We got quite a few complaints about our kids going to another pool. So if you can't find money for Smith pool I will be voting no."
As GuestZero and Wolfman have repeatedly said, "Housing is a loser going forward." The Republican state governors are ruining the Midwest housing markets just as they have with national housing policies that caused the Great Recession. The state tax burden will be dumped on the local homeowner while giving tax breaks to corporations and the well connected. Same game that the Republicans are doing in Washington calling for elimination of Medicare as we know it while spending $700 Billion a year on wasteful military adventurism we can no longer afford.
Tonight at 8:00 p.m. on WGTE and Streaming Live on Knowledge Stream
"The depth of our financial ignorance is startling...and at a time when we're borrowing more than ever, most Americans can't explain what compound interest is." So wrote journalist James Surowiecki, whose column about business and finance appears each week in The New Yorker.
If SB5 becomes law, what can we expect next. Maybe someone will get the idea that the people don't have the right to vote.