From the daily archives: Saturday, December 12, 2009

Thoughts On Jennifer Brunner

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I want to share some of my thoughts from our recent live interview of Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Jennifer Brunner. I was tied up trying to get the streaming stuff to work and run the regular video camera as well. I did manage to think of the drone question which Brian asked anyway. Great minds think alike and so do ours.

Jennifer was very gracious allowing us the time. We were obviously supporters but very critical of her Afghanistan stance and flip flop. I was glad she reached out in the way she did and […]

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More Vindication for ACORN

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Brian previously posted about findings of an independent investigation which cleared ACORN of institutional wrongdoing. Now a judge has ruled that the government’s attempt to cut off federal funding for the organization was unconstitutional.

NEW YORK ? The U.S. government’s move this fall to cut off funding to ACORN was unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Friday, handing the embattled group a legal victory.

U.S. District Judge Nina Gershon issued the preliminary injunction against the government, saying it’s in the public’s interest for the organization to continue receiving federal funding.

Big win for ACORN and for American democracy […]

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Anthony follows up on the Dale Miller to Cuyahoga County council news.

Skindell’s departure from the House of Representatives has left a wide open hole which has drawn three entrants to date – Lakewood Councilpeople Nickie Antonio, Tom Bullock, and former State Senator and Cleveland Councilman Dan Brady.

Let the clusterfuck begin.

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