Why does president usurper Obama hate America so much?

Our view on defense earmarks: Campaign cash for contracts casts Congress in a bad light

USA Today's stance on the PMA scandal:
When it came out last month that seven members of a key House committee were under scrutiny by ethics investigators, House leaders were outraged.

Not about the clear implication of the inquiry — that defense contracts are for sale. The leaders were upset about the accidental leak that allowed the information to come out publicly.


Carty is Exactly Right, Good Luck Mike Bell!

Toledo Blade
November 14, 2009
Strickland governs frugally
A recent headline in The Blade read: "Jobless rate soars to highest since 1983." The Blade's editorial followed, challenging Gov. Ted Strickland to create jobs or beware of his re-election.

The Blade's editorial writer should be smarter than that. And fairer than that.

If George Bush and Barack Obama, with all their clout, can't create private sector jobs, how can a governor be expected to do so?

Thanksgiving Day (having an attitude of gratitude)

The Israelite Origins of the United States

This recent exchange with a gentleman at the History Channel Forum is just in time for Thanksgiving Day. God help us to remember our Hebrew roots and biblical responsibilities and always have an attitude of gratitude for His tender mercies!

The twelve tribes themselves are not European in origin

EDITORIAL: Old-school corruption

Before taking control of the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "Democrats intend to lead the most honest, most open, and most ethical Congress in history." However, with dozens of mostly Democratic lawmakers and various staff under investigation by the House's twin ethics bodies, the majority clearly values political power over clean government.


The Toledo Blade: Update U.S. trade policies

Article published November 03, 2009
Update U.S. trade policies
Full story at:
As a media industry observer, I read your Sunday story "Solid future for Toledo area Chrysler plants" with great interest. Nothing would make me happier than the prospect of the Jeep plants running at full capacity to meet demand for worldwide export. Unfortunately, not one of the five experts quoted mentioned the largest barrier to such a rosy future: the high tariffs and taxation applied to U.S.-made goods in foreign markets.

Short notes from the House Floor

Welcome to Short Notes from October Session dates of the 128th General Assembly. This is a summary of what happened on the floor of the House in Columbus. This is not meant to be a formal summary of the bills, but meant to provide from my point of view what happened. I know that some readers may disagree with my point of view and I actually appreciate that. I love to learn about issues, study them and process them through my understanding.

Systematic destruction of families and nations

Out of Order - the Systematic Destruction of Families and Nations

The Rise and Fall and Rise of Motherhood in America
Only women can be mothers. Have we forgotten this fundamental?

The godless Left does all it can to destroy the family (with its God-ordained roles for men and women), and it is exacerbated by "religious" comrades who blather we're all "equal" and incite women to rebel and pressure men to just be passive about it.

Races and genders must be reminded and restored to their proper places (Titus 2:3-5, Deuteronomy 32:8), since the chaos and confusion evident in society and our wayward world proves such a dysfunctional "freedom" enslaves all and would be the death of us all if God doesn't intervene and liberate mankind from political error and religious lies (Malachi 4:4-6).

Mama Evans

Small Businesses Will Create Jobs, Repair Ohio’s Economy

Entrepreneurship is the modern-day driver of job creation and progress. According to the Small Business Administration, small businesses generate as much as 80 percent of new jobs and represent 99.7 percent of employers in the United States. It is crucial that as Ohio struggles to its feet during this recession, state leaders strive to improve our business environment so that small businesses can thrive.

Special treatment for the RCC?

Pope seeks privileged status for the RCC in Europe

Never believe anything in politics until it has been officially denied.

Toledos Children.......

323 reads 19 comments as of 8:40 p.m. Monday 10/12/2009
Seems many including I are interested in her manifesto. I just surprised at the lack of comment on it. Is she right or wrong or just missing the real target? Are the peeps without opinion or concern or is it just the author?

Farmers may see Property Taxes Go Up

This year farmers in Huron and Lorain Counties will see their CAUV values on their property taxes adjusted. By law County Auditors are required to reappraise every parcel of land in the county every six years and do an update every three years. I want to take this opportunity to inform the public about this update and present some facts about the CAUV program since property taxes have a direct effect on the profits of farmers and the food prices for working families.

Toledo in Top 10 of downtrodden in 2008 are we far behind Detroit?

Posted: Oct. 9, 2009
A city's pain made manifest
Cobo crush points to widespread desperation

Detroit: The Death — and Possible Life — of a Great City

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2009
Detroit: The Death — and Possible Life — of a Great City
By Daniel Okrent
But Detroit, once our fourth largest city, now 11th and slipping rapidly, has had no such luck. Its disaster has long been a slow unwinding that seemed to remove it from the rest of the country. Even the death rattle that in the past year emanated from its signature industry brought more attention to the auto executives than to the people of the city, who had for so long been victimized by their dreadful decision-making.

Cut Government Waste, Reduce the Debt - Barbara Sears

As a mother, I have always taught my sons the necessity of living within their means and avoiding accumulating debt. Especially with the onset of the economic recession, I have stressed the importance of trimming down excess expenditures during an unstable economy. But as the government continues to grow its power and become increasingly embedded in our everyday lives, it also continues to inefficiently consume our tax dollars. As Ohio’s families struggle to make ends meet, the last thing we need is for government growth and spending to spiral out of control.

Save Zimbabwe, restore Rhodesia: Mugabe must go!


Transcript: Christiane Amanpour interviews Robert Mugabe
Story Highlights
CNN interview is Mugabe's first in years with a major Western network
Mugabe rejects criticism that he has turned Zimbabwe into a "basket case"

The hypocrisy of Benjamin Netanyahu's UN speech


The Green Jobs Fallacy

Green jobs: Now with magic Obama-power!
President-elect Barack Obama is pushing a massive federal investment in "green jobs." He speaks about these jobs as if they are something new under the sun. If it could, the sun would probably laugh at such hyperbole.

Obama aids and abets Arab occupation of Israel

Obama Orders Israel to 'End the Occupation'

by Maayana Miskin (IsraelNN.com)

The Rights of Corporations

Interesting editorial--

The question at the heart of one of the biggest Supreme Court cases this year is simple: What constitutional rights should corporations have? To us, as well as many legal scholars, former justices and, indeed, drafters of the Constitution, the answer is that their rights should be quite limited — far less than those of people.

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