Sweet. 3 months of focus on corruption before the election! Toledo Blade:
A Lucas County judge this morning set an Aug. 29 trial date in the criminal case against Tom Noe, the former Toledo area coin dealer accused of stealing millions of dollars from two rare coin funds he managed for the state.
How are Republicans going to get this thing delayed (pardon the pun)?
Judge Thomas Osowik set the trial date over the objections of Mr. Noe?s attorney, John Mitchell, who said the defense would need ?a lot of time? to review the estimate half-million pages of […]Full Story... →
Update: Audios are up. Get them here. Have fun!
Yesterday was really fun. I got 14 of 16 picks right in the first day of the NCAA Tournament – I mention that yet? Like 87.5% or something like that? OK, good. There was that, and then there was Meet The Bloggers – Columbus Scotty McBean Style. I made an attempt to live-blog it, but found that difficult to do while you attempt to listen to other questions, responses, and formulate your own line of questioning.
So here are my thoughts on the evening. You’ll be able to hear the […]Full Story... →
Paul Hackett was on Big Eddie yesterday. I heard it while driving down to MTB in Columbus. Paul was very positive and is trying to help other IAVA candidates in their races. He was in DC raising money for the PAC. He also pounds the administration in a way only Paul can. Paul picks OSU to win it all (same as me). Ed calls him a “homer”, but I hope Paul is right because I’ll too look like a genius! His favorite spaghetti western: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
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I did not do bad at all yesterday. of the 16 first day first round games, I picked 14 correctly (87.5%):
Duke over Southern – right
GW over WNC-W – right
A&M over Syracuse – right
LSU over Iona – right
Indiana over SD St. – right (whew!)
Xavier over Gonzaga – wrong (this one hurt…had them in Elite 8!)
Alabama over Marquette – right
UCLA over Belmont – right
Washington over Utah St – right
Illinois over Air Farce – right
Seton Hall over Wichita St – […]
Subodh continues to demonstrate his leadership by making the following announcement. I like the ring of the “people’s attorney” approach and love the transparency of this move. Anyone doubt Subodh will work in the interest of the Ohio people as the next AG? The campaign is offering to send this information to me via CD and I have taken them up on it (and suggested they send the big file via www.yousendit.com – more info. when I get that)
Chandra to Provide “Background Check” to His Prospective Employers
Press Conference Announcement:
The Ohio Statehouse