Living in Tremont, you get a view of the steel mills, and the empty fields and dead plants that used to be steel mills. ?One mill remains, the ArcelorMittal plant. ?It has a checkered environmental record, but when it runs, it employs over 1,000 Clevelanders.
On May 11, 2009, the mill was shut down due to the economy, putting 912 steelworkers out of work. ?By summer, Cash for Clunkers had kicked in. ?By the end of September, 2009, the mill was back at full tilt, bringing back 930 steelworkers. ?As of the first week of 2010, the mill […]Full Story... →
Lots of rumor going around about candidates for county executive, and county council. ?Being that I’ve pulled petitions for both, I’ve got my ear to the ground pretty closely. ?And the one name that keeps popping up for county executive is my own councilman in Cleveland Ward 3, Joe Cimperman. ?In fact, word is that Cimperman has taken himself off of time-intensive committees in Cleveland City Council in preparation for his county executive run.
Pencil him in. ?Cimperman will probably have a rough time. ?There is a lot of resentment within the Democratic Party about his 2008 primary against Dennis […]Full Story... →
Glenn Beck recently addressed a false rumor that he was killed in a plane crash over the holidays (video after the jump). Apparently a “major news organization” called his business partner to get a statement on his fatal plane crash.
I wonder if anyone has called to get a statement on whether Glenn Beck raped and murdered a girl in 1990?
Why won’t Glenn talk about this obvious rumor like he did the obvious rumor that he was killed in a plane crash? Maybe it was just to make the eat chili and Ex-Lax and take a […]Full Story... →
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