This made national news. And the child is from right here in Toledo! Have any local news organizations picked up on this story?
Whoever posted this link to violate their copyright should feel ashamed - yawn. You will be tempted to click over but I would not -this is an fyi post only. My bet is Google penalized this site for posting spam so they came up with a scheme that they will threaten sites that they posted spam on to try to get them to remove it.
Tens of thousands of new jobs, BILLIONS of dollars added to our economy and decreasing our dependence on foreign oil are huge steps in the right direction for America.
But radical “Greens” are waging a last-minute “War on Energy” to KILL the environmentally-friendly Keystone Pipeline Project which would allow America to tap into Northwest American vast oil fields.
U. S. District Court Judge James Ware was ruling in a case involving students at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, CA, who were banned from wearing American flag t-shirts on the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo.
A large number of posts now, seem to be about "The Rich", how terrible they are, and how undeserving they are. Says who? Being bitter about being as poor as most of us doesn't help one bit, and only hurts yourself and your peace of mind. Here's a person who has learned how to deal with being poor, while maintaining his dignity!
Our first bi-racial president, Barack Obama, finally spoke out on behalf of the millions of young minority men getting lost in the cracks. And he did it with one day left in African-American History Month. WHEW! I've had at least two of the local groups on air in the past and applaud them for doing what needs to be done to save this generation.
NBC is introducing a new comedy to their Friday night line-up and I've got the first sneak preview. It's about a Senator who finds himself out of his element in Washington D.C., the classic fish out of water plot line. Harry bumbles his way to a top position through behind the scenes moves by other Senators who know he can be used for their own purposes.
With Zeyad's original post on this topic now buried and with February coming to a close, we should pause and reflect on one of the giants of the American labor movement. Many of you may recall that A.
Today EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, endorsed six new outstanding women leaders in Ohio. They join candidate for Secretary of State Nina Turner and candidate for Treasurer Connie Pillich, who were endorsed by EMILY’s List last year.