Monthly Archives: April 2008

What The Strange Case of Jeremiah Wright Can Teach Us

I am dumbfounded as to why Rev. Jeremiah Wright would make such a spectacle of himself at the National Press Club. An older black woman, a commentator on Anderson Cooper’s show, said that, in her opinion, what had motivated Rev. … Continue reading

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Noted Lecturer and Author, Martha Nussbaum, To Speak At Universtity of Dayton This Friday

This Friday, May 2, Martha Nussbaum, an extraordinary lecturer and author, will present a lecture at the University of Dayton. The lecture is open to the public; it is scheduled to begin at 7:30 PM and will be held in … Continue reading

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The Ohio Assembly’s Failure To Protect Payday Borrowers Is A New and Disgusting Low

Ohio’s Assembly is stalled in completing new legislation regulating payday lending rates. Thomas Suddes in an editorial in the Dayton Daily News today blames Christopher Widener, a Springfield Republican, chair of the Financial Institutions, Real Estate and Securities Committee, for … Continue reading

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