Report: White House aides used GOP e-mail to skirt law

Listening to Dan Shore comment on how recent events concerned him as one of the black listed people in the Watergate days, this sheds some light on his concern;

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- E-mail records are missing for 51 of the 88 White House aides with Republican Party accounts, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee reported Monday.

Data on 64,000 Ohio state workers stolen

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A 22-year-old intern was given the responsibility of safeguarding the personal information of thousands of state employees, a security procedure that ended up backfiring.

The names and Social Security numbers of all 64,000 Ohio state employees were stolen last weekend from a state agency intern who left a backup data storage device in his car, Gov. Ted Strickland said Friday.

Study: Military mental health system poor

WASHINGTON — The military's mental health system has "fallen significantly short" of meeting the needs of troops and their families, according to a year-long task force study released Thursday.

Throw all people who are anti-smoking and of German ancestry into concentration camps

So, I've learned from Swampbubbles that if you agree with the smoking ban, you are like a nazi. So to avoid any resemblance of naziism, we should create concetration camps and throw all anti-smokers and people of german ancestry into concentration camps. I think that's a fair solution to it all. We'll teach those anti-smokers and germans a real lesson.

Spreading further hatred-no more adoption for smokers (U.K.)


From the UK:

Still more hatred, denormalization, and discrimination that never stops.

Just when you thought the smoke Nazis couldn't get more dumbass-Canada going after memorabilia

[ This is simply an attempt to rewrite history-AND make some money for the state. ]

"Tobacco trooper smokes out illegal F1 memorabilia"

Anne Sutherland, The Gazette
Published: Friday, June 08, 2007

"Grand Prix weekend is very good business for the three owners of the Formula 1 Emporium on Crescent St.

Civil Rights finds racism at Station 18

"The Ohio Civil Rights Commission has found probable cause that the city

Problem pet food ingredient in US feed

"WASHINGTON - The same industrial chemical that led to a massive pet food recall was used in animal feed ingredients made by a U.S. company, health officials said Wednesday.

The FDA alerted feed manufacturers that ingredients containing melamine and related compounds were found in products made by Tembec BTLSR Inc. of Toledo, Ohio, and used by Uniscope Inc. of Johnstown, Colo."

U.S. government fights to keep meatpackers from testing all slaughtered cattle for mad cow...

WASHINGTON: The Bush administration said Tuesday it will fight to keep
meatpackers from testing all their animals for mad cow disease.

The Agriculture Department tests fewer than 1 percent of slaughtered cows for the disease, which can be fatal to humans who eat tainted beef. A beef producer in the western state of Kansas, Creekstone Farms Premium Beef, wants to test all

Communication in the internet age

With the age of the internet comes the access and exchange of information in ways never dreamed of.

We can send e-mails, view information compiled for us, we can share and express view points as is the case here.

But there are some of us, office holders and professional staff members, that are not quite up the jive of the new age of information.

Judge Cain sleeps with SMOKE FREE OHIO!

As you should all know by now Franklin County Common Pleas
Court Judge David E. Cain is supposed to make a decision on the 14th
about Private Clubs being exempt or not. He already ordered a
temporary order which took away the Private Clubs Exemption.


1. Breathing Association, Partners With Mary Haven where the

Dad who lost son to undergo exam before trial starts
Article published Friday, April 20, 2007
Dad who lost son to undergo exam before trial starts

Amish accused of running dog mills

Amish accused of running dog mills
Animal-rights activists protest auction in Holmes County
Sunday, April 22, 2007 4:09 AM
By Holly Zachariah


I've Been Silent for 13 Years

I've been silent for 13 years," said Shultz, who has served on City Council since 1994. "The citizens of the city need to know about it."

This gem of an announcement was made to the Toledo Free Press by Toledo City Councilwoman Betty Shultz.

Toledo Human Trafficking Capital?

Caitlin Royster, a senior majoring in Social Work, conducted a presentation entitled "Human Trafficking Awareness," along with seniors Joy Cox and Shantae West.

"It is a growing problem in the U.S. About 800,000 people are trafficked annually around the world, and 17,500 men, women, and children are trafficked into the U.S. every year," said Roystaer.

American dream becomes nightmare as millions face foreclosure

Champaign drinkers on a beer budget as my mother use to say

"Alarmed lawmakers, such as Republican Senator Richard Shelby (news, bio, voting record) of Alabama, say the recent spike in home repossessions is just "the tip of the iceberg."

Iran? Nope--The University of Toledo.

This picture was taken by a friend of mine outside the student union at The University of Toledo's "peace" rally today (3/19/07).

(Admin edit: Added image to post. Click on attachment to see full sized)

It has come to this in Amerika today....if you're a smoker

This comes from the FORCES website ( sickening.:


UT Administrator Arrested for Child Pornography


I have a lengthier post on my blog about Dr. John Nutter, the UT administrator accused of dowloading and viewing child pornography on his UT computer, but I have to admit I am pretty shocked by the case. How can someone throw away his entire career like this?

A Stunning Case Of Cruelty

Sickest thing Ive heard of in a long time.

"(Toledo, OH) - A worker tossing out the trash, found the remains of three dogs dismembered and piled inside this dumpster behind Banner Mattress at Alexis and Douglas roads.

A cruelty investigator is calling one of the worst abuse cases he's ever seen.

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