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McConnell Raised Big Bucks From Foreign Defense Contractor Probed For Bribery

NEWS ALERT: Toyota owners may face court if in car crash

GOP Senator blocks all Obama nominees until he gets his pork.

I wonder if all the conservatives who bashed Nelson will be up in arms over this? I wonder if Beck will call Shelby a whore? Well of course not, that’s not how it works…

Report: Shelby Blocks All Obama Nominations In The Senate Over AL Earmarks

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Dangers of TOTUS....

Ohio Supreme Court rules against Toledo Public Schools and Lucas County in Michaelmas Manor valuation

Toledo Public Schools and Lucas County appear to wanted to try to dismiss a request to lower property values of Michaelmas Manor by 1 million on a technicality. Ohio Supreme Court says not so fast.

Former Blade employee Giammarise looking to save journalism

In the video below Kate talks about being laid off by the Blade during the show and starting her Web site http://rustwire.com/ . Kate's story is talked about in the new book "The Death and Life of American Journalism: The Media Revolution that Will Begin the World Again" by Robert McChesney and John Nichols

Nader Accuses Toyota of ‘Unseemly Coverup' in Vehicle Recalls

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By Angela Greiling Keane
Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Toyota Motor Corp. is guilty of an “unseemly coverup” in dealing with reports of dangerous sudden acceleration by some of its vehicles, consumer advocate Ralph Nader said.

TPS is considering a 6.99 mil levy (they wanted 7 but thought they can fool you into thinking it is less). Will you vote for it?

Latta opposes raising debt limit again

WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement after voting against H. J. Res. 45, a bill that would increase the United States’ national debt limit to $14.29 trillion dollars. Congressman Latta also voted against a national debt limit hike on December 16, 2009, less than two months ago.