From the daily archives: Wednesday, December 26, 2007

This story about Cincinnati got national attention today:

The architect designing what could be Cincinnati’s tallest building wants to top it off with an arching crown inspired by Princess Diana.

And all I can think is: REALLY? Princess Diana? Am I the only one who doesn’t like this women? She embarrased the royal family and herself with her loveless, gold-digging marriage, her sleezy affairs and her horrible, horrible haircut! Yet everyone seems to love and adore her now that she’s dead. I don’t get it.

Anyway- the architect of the building in Cincinnati supposedly loved the idea of using […]

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Last week I read another horror story about selfish charter school operators screwing Ohio’s children.

This time it’s the A. B. Miree Fundamental Academy – a charter school in Cincinnati, OH that might not re-open after the winter break because “the school?s founders are trying to evict the school from its building.”

The founders, Alfred and Pauline Olverson, say the school owes them $150K for ?hold-over fees? – and if they don’t get paid then the kids are out in the cold.

Back in 2000, after starting the charter school, Alfred Olverson
admitted
that he intended […]

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Rep. Robert Wexler- a Florida Democrat who sits on the House Judiciary Committee- has created a website to gather signatures in support of impeachment hearings for Dick Cheney.

According to the site (wexlerwantshearings.com):

The charges are too serious to ignore. There is credible evidence that the Vice President abused the power of his office, and not only brought us into an unneccesary (sic) war but violated the civil liberties and privacy of American citizens. It is the constitutional duty of Congress to hold impeachment hearings.

Right now he’s received 136,620 signature – still short of his goal of 250,000.

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