Interested in comments from conservatives (and others) on here about this surprising selection.
Laughing Out Loud
Well, the mayor has his sacrificial lambs"" for ESM.
Stun might be too strong a word but both Bill Kitson of United Way and John Baker of the ILA had some interesting things to say this morning on my show. Take a minute, actually a few more than that, to listen to both of them at www.wspd.com as they are both now podcast.
State senator sues God
Lawmaker asks court to ban Almighty from 'harmful activities,' 'terroristic threats'
Posted: August 05, 2008
9:12 pm Eastern
© 2008 WorldNetDaily
I just listened back to the replay of my own show from this morning and heard Mike Miller at 6a say that the mayor is now conducting an investigation of his own into the Port Authority. Is this true or was Michael just pulling my leg? By the way I also heard that the police are not doing roll call at the Northwest Substation anymore, Tom Waniewski told me that at 6a on Monday.
To hear the entire interview go to www.wspd.com the podcast links are all on the front page. I asked him about his relationship with JRB, his followers, the unity of the party, and yes even the "dreaded bumperstickers" controversy some have made so much about. You decide for yourself if the answers were honest, open etc. etc. I have my opinion which I will reserve for on air use.
Jim Tuschman the head of the mayor's newly named intermodal committe will be my guest Tuesday morning. Following a long talk this afternoon I believe what he has to say tomorrow will be of interest to anyone wishing to see this area thrive and grow once again. Mr. Tuschman is a life long Toledo resident, attorney, UT regent, and former UT Board member.
Rather than wait to read it in the paper Brian Wilson and I attended the announcement this morning of a new development of Toledo's riverfront. The Port Authority has acquired the former Chevron land in East Toledo. The site will be developed by Midwest Terminals of Toledo as part of a private-public partnership.
Thursday morning I will be speaking with Richard Martinko P.E. on the topic of an Intermodal facility in our region. Mr. Martinko was at the meeting earlier this week with the Port Authority, WSPD, WTOL, and developer Brian McMahon where the need for this type of facility was discussed.
It started with this article, http://toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080507/NEWS16/805070412, in the Toledo Blade. And today we have another reporting the city government gives the management of Southwyck 72 hours to ensure the public is protected from the areas contaminated with asbestos and mold. Is this just another ploy to gain control of the dying mall?
The dog warden who's looking to make sure your dog is licensed, that's who. Starting tomorrow the Lucas County Dog Warden office will be going door to door to find dogs without licenses. Tom Skeldon will be on with me tomorrow at 7:45 to talk about it.
The war on ‘passive drinking
Tags: Crime, EU, public health, Alcohol
European Union and United Nations officials are plotting to make drinking as socially unacceptable as smoking.
Your drink could endanger others, claim UN and EU officials
The year wouldn't be complete without a JibJab 2007 Year in Review. And what 2007 Year in Review would be complete without Britney Spears, Alberto Gonzalez, Michael Vick and the almighty iPhone? This funny animation has them all, and so much more!
Something everybody should enjoy :-) Everybody needs a good belly laugh now and then.
Fred LeFebvre of Fred LeFebvre and The Morning News Interviews Judge Kuhlman on the Fred LeFebvre and Morning News program
Fred LeFebvre interviewed Judge Tim Kuhlman this morning about how talks are going between the municipal courts and the administration. Fred LeFebvre was told that the talks aren't going very well at all and that council member Michael Collins doesn't understand the way the system works when it comes to funding the court system.
A Repeat - (for fun, so chill out charltan)
A few great quotes from George Carlin on religion & God (and a few from other sources below) -
What happens when a 89 year old woman locks herself out of her house? She uses an ax to get back in the house. Do you think that was the wisest course of action?
From an update from the Weather Channel.
BECOMING VERY WINDY AND COLDER. MOSTL CLOUDY WITH A
50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOWS AROUND 10 ABOVE. WEST
WINDS INCREASING TO 25 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 450 MPH. WIND
CHILL VALUES AS LOW AS 11 BELOW AFTER MIDNIGHT."
Are they serious? Apparently so. Now we know the real cause of global warming. The most hilarious part of this story, though, is that the name of the school newsletter is the Fire Cracker. Don't you just love irony? (Or is it just me?)
By Holly S. Anderson
VillageSoup/Knox County Times Senior Reporter