I wanted to point you all to a movie I saw this weekend that I have been planning on seeing for some time. It is by a friend and local activist here in the Delaware area. Gabrielle is part of 5 Sisters Productions and the movie is “Manna From Heaven”. The story was written by the sisters’ mother and is a very clever and funny tale about a group of people (some family) who get caught up in a windfall of money that literally falls from the sky. The story follows the tale of how one of the characters […]Full Story... →
Alright…now see why bloggers aren’t very enamored with the great honorable gentleman from Lorain? Blame it on the bloggers. Nice:
He added, though, that while he likes Hackett, he is upset at the actions of some of the people commenting on blog Web sites about the campaign. These bloggers, Brown said, are “basically trying to get my wife fired” from the Cleveland newspaper. (The Athens News)
Maybe I’m out of it, can someone point me to the bloggers who are angling for Connie to get fired? I’m really not sure where he’s getting this from. Seems to me the […]Full Story... →
Another from the weekend inbox. Seems the ODP rapid response machinery got all oiled up and ready to go. The PR was about a PD article of the same day:
The Plain Dealer in Cleveland today reports that Secretary of State’s poorly worded gimmick modeled after Colorado’s TABOR/TEL is so poorly worded that it could gut government programs that pay for themselves without tax-supported funds — and in Ohio the grand-daddy of all state-supported programs is Ohio State Buckeye licensing.
Talk about pissing on the third rail. If there is one thing you don’t fuck with in the state […]Full Story... →
Great little piece in The Blade yesterday. I love the contrast in her description of how a “normal” politician tells us it’s raining out:
“Standing before you, I see a glorious view through this wonderful, plate-glass window. And through this sparklingly clear pane of glass – as every bit as clear to me as is America’s need for unity – yes, through this very window I can see God’s generosity in the form of raindrops from above.
And inconvenient though these sprinkles may be to those of us commuting to our high-paying jobs or our high-performing schools, we must […]Full Story... →