A new poll by Majority Watch shows Shamansky a few points back of Tiberi. The total numbers are 51% to 46%, with a 3% MOE, but Tiberi’s current edge is very soft – amongst voters showing a strong preference, Tiberi leads just 41% to 40%.
Kilroy is way in front, 53% to 41%. Space is up 51% to 42%.Full Story... →
This is priceless.
Over the sci-fi show’s first two seasons, many conservatives saw it as a pitch-perfect metaphor for the United States? post-9/11 battle against Osama bin Laden and his Muslamonazi horde. Galactica, which has become something of a surprise hit on the Sci Fi Channel, takes place in a post-apocalyptic universe where humanity has been decimated by a nuclear strike launched by an enemy race of robots known as the Cylons. Most of the action revolves around a noble band of 50,000 survivors who hurtle through space searching for a new home planet. Along the way, they have […]Full Story... →
Dear Friend,Today is Monday, the 30th of October. There are only eight days left until election day!
I am locked in a heated battle with my opponent Ted Strickland. We differ on many issues, but only I have the prescription that will lead Ohio to a brighter future.
A new, nonpartisan report finds that Ohio has the 2nd largest local and state tax burden in the nation. And while in Congress, Ted Strickland voted for tax increases and against tax cuts 83 times! Ohio cannot afford another Taft-like tax-raising politician such as Ted Strickland.
Today, my campaign began running Full Story... →
Oft repeated by global warming deniers is that it’s “too expensive” to fight global warming, and to even do something as simple as imposing emissions limits would cripple the economy (be sure to read the “about us” page on that site).
The UK believes the exact opposite.
A report by economist Sir Nicholas Stern suggests that global warming could shrink the global economy by 20%.
But taking action now would cost just 1% of global gross domestic product, the 700-page study says.
Tony Blair said the Stern Review showed the scientific evidence of global warming was “overwhelming” and […]Full Story... →
From yesterday’s Dispatch:
Now comes GOP gubernatorial nominee J. Kenneth Blackwell, trailing badly in the polls, with an October surprise against Democrat Ted Strickland. With homophobic bloggers serving as campaign adjuncts to spread rumors that Strickland, married for 18 years, is gay, Blackwell accused Strickland of harboring a pedophile on his payroll.
Moreover, Blackwell twisted a vote Strickland cast in Congress to suggest that Strickland supports sex between adults and children.
Voters won?t believe the unbelievable. It defies logic ? particularly when the only evidence is innuendo ? that a married, ordained Methodist minister and psychologist with an ethically […]Full Story... →