Here's the latest video from the Kasich Campaign- pretty good stuff.
I love it
"Robert P. Watson, Ph.D. Coordinator of American Studies
PADDY COMYN and MICHAEL McALEER
TOYOTA OWNERS with noticeably faulty cars who are aware their car is part of the recall by Toyota could be charged under the Road Traffic Act if involved in a traffic incident, it has emerged.
A solicitor specialising in road traffic law has raised concerns of whether Toyota owners would be liable in the event of an incident, if they had been made aware their car was part of a recall and noticed a problem with the accelerator.(MORE)
It appears that Rich Iott has seen the folly of an independent bid for the 9th district House seat. We're gonna have us a good old fashioned primary! May the best candidate win, and may all republicans in the district unite behind the winner, and bring a friend or two! It will be fun to watch the two candidates make their case. And hopefully they both remember Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment. "Thou shall not speak ill of another republican". And since I really doubt The Stain is a republican, have at it!
by Lowell Gallin
I first learned about Bangladesh Muslim human rights and pro-Israel Zionist activist Salah Choudhury from David Ben-Ariel, a Christian Zionist
(8) Ohio State 26,(7) Oregon 17
PASADENA, Calif. -- Ohio State's bowl woes are over, thanks to a sturdy defense and a quarterback who finally played up to his enormous potential.
Muslim Sheikh Pays Solidarity Visit to the Jews of Hevron
by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz
(IsraelNN.com) Noam Arnon, a spokesperson for the Jewish community of Hevron, told Arutz Sheva about a very unusual guest who came to show his support on Monday.
What a surprise, when I came home today from visiting the Imagination Station with my grandchildren. There in front of my two eyes were two large trash cans. One had Recycle on it. I have been waiting for this day since I learned that we were going to have automated trash collecting. They are not as large and cumbersome as I thought they would be. Great! Sorry, if anyone loses their job to this automated system but I can't wait to use mine.
Just checked in with NWS Houston. The preliminary daily climate summary up to 1700hrsCDT showed 0.8" of snow had fallen. This would make it the earliest snowfall on record. Heavier amounts were reported around the area. Winter storm warnings continue for a while yet and shift ENE into Louisianna and central MS as the evening wears on. Feel for those folks as they don't have plows and too many spreaders...
George Washington issued our country's first Thanksgiving Proclamation on October 3, 1789. In it, President Washington wrote:
"Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor . . .
After seeing the poll that was posted here on Swampbubbles showing Ms. Covey leading with 59% of those responding I think I can safely say there is momentum moving in her direction. The people of Toledo are finally fed up with politics as usual and are expressing their frustration. My prediction for the final results of the Toledo mayoral primary is the top two vote-getters will be Opal Covey and Mike Bell. In the final matchup in November Opal Covey will defeat Bell handily. I wonder if jr of TT has come to the same conclusion?
A break from the political with this WTVG-13 story about Pickford Park. Glad to see local folks stepping up and taking the initiative to demonstrate pride in their neighborhood.
The city's budget trouble is one reason why residents in a Toledo neighborhood joined forces today. Someone has to clean Pickford Park.
From the Toledo Blade:
Dr. Richard Veler's very first donation to Ohio State University's College of Dentistry came more than 60 years ago in the small sum of $10.
But college leaders announced Friday that their largest, single gift in history - $3 million - was given by the estate of the late Dr. Veler, a retired Toledo dentist.
* August 13: Vocalist Ramona Collins
* August 20: Los Gringos
Tickets are $7 each, and you can bring your own cooler plus folding chairs or a blanket for a relaxing and entertaining evening.
- Healthy Living:Marijuana Causes Cancer, California Regulators Say
Friday, June 19, 2009
SAN FRANCISCO — Marijuana smoke has joined tobacco smoke and hundreds of other chemicals on a list of substances California regulators say cause cancer.
The ruling Friday by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment likely will force pot shops with 10 or more employees to post warnings. Final guidelines are expected by the time warning requirements take effect in a year.
The listing only applies to marijuana smoke, not the plant itself.
Here is one to ponder for y'all...Earlier this afternoon I was coming north on Woodville Rd and had to stop for the signal at Lemoyne Rd. You know...the one with the redlight and radar cameras...
My daughter has been very active in helping stray cats in her area (neutering, vet checks, socialization) & has created a website to find homes for these cats. She won't adopt them out until they're 'good to go', and is careful about the homes she places the cats with (some cats do well with kids & dogs, others do not). Please take a minute & check out her site, and keep it in mind.
Check out my site and keep us in mind in the future if you choose to adopt a cat: