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Toledo Blade spelling error makes headlines

Spelling error makes Wall Street Journal's best of the Web, the Wall Street Journal has a moment of fun....

He's Luckey the Blade Can't Spell Any Better Than He Can
"Luckey Teen Wins Blade Spelling Bee"--headline, Toledo Blade, March 18

Maybe Obamacare Only Temporary?

Here's food for thought. Suppose after the Midterm election, the House refuses to fund this Mother of All Bills? Since all appropriations bills originate in the House, seems to me it will die on the vine, as they say.

Rich Iott: "Only In Washington, and Only to Career Politicians, Does This Health Care Bill Make Sense."

Following today's signing of the health care bill by President Obama, Republican Rich Iott, candidate for Ohio's 9th congressional seat, issued the following statement:


WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement regarding the Executive Order President Obama is expected to sign surrounding the pro-life issues in the Democrat health care reform package that was signed into law today.

Rep. Sears to Hold District Office Hours

Start: 2010-03-26 10:30 pm
Start: 2010-03-26 10:30 pm

Columbus—State Representative Barbara Sears (R-Maumee) today announced that she will be holding d

Carol Contrada Kicks Off Campaign To Bring “Experience That Works” to Lucas County

Joined by elected officials from around Lucas County, Sylvania Township Trustee Carol Contrada will kick off her campaign for County Commissioner on March 23 at 2:00 pm outside Lucas County Democratic Headquarters.

Why Chrysler became bankrupt: Daimler to pay $185M over bribery

Daimler to pay $185M over bribery
March 23, 2010
Detroit News Washington Bureau

Washington -- Daimler AG will pay a $185 million fine to resolve civil and criminal charges brought over accusations it paid tens of millions of dollars in bribes to at least 22 foreign governments over a 10-year period, The Detroit News has learned.

Waterloo, for whom?

Conservatives and Republicans today suffered their most crushing legislative defeat since the 1960s.

It’s hard to exaggerate the magnitude of the disaster. Conservatives may cheer themselves that they’ll compensate for today’s expected vote with a big win in the November 2010 elections. But:

Latta against takeover of health system

WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement after voting against H. R. 3590, the Senate-passed health care bill.

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Health Care Overhaul Threatens Ohio’s Future

Columbus to Washington: One Size Does Not Fit All – Enact HJR 3