Monthly Archives: July 2009

Budget Expert, Richard Sheridan, Gives Ohio Governor Strickland An “A+” In Financial Management

Richard Sheridan, a former longtime head of the nonpartisan Legislative Budget Office who has studied Ohio budgets for more than three decades, in the latest “State Budgeting Matters” publication, says that Ohio’s Governor Ted Strickland an his Budget Director, J. … Continue reading

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Health Insurance Reform To Be Decided By Six Senators — Mostly From Sparsely Populated, Very White States

According to an article in The New York Times, it looks like the chance for health reform is in the hands of a bi-partisan committee of six senators. This committee has already rejected the notion of a government-run insurance plan … Continue reading

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The Creation Museum’s Shocking Indoctrination Effort Reminds — Only The Authority Of Reason Can Save Us

This is the second post about the Creation Museum. The first post is here. It seems hard to believe, evidently, a large percentage of Americans — 40% – 50% — agree with the Creation Museum’s point of view — that … Continue reading

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The Creation Museum Advances An Astonishing Point Of View That Repudiates Modern Science

This is a two part article and the second part is here. The Creation Museum has a point of view — a point of view that is astonishingly anti science — that is the focus of the museum. It acknowledges … Continue reading

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How Strong Is Dayton’s Democracy?

I’m sorry to read that Jefferey at Daytonology is calling it quits. I posted this comment. Jefferey, Sorry to hear that you are closing up shop at Daytonology. You’ve put together a lot of great articles. I’ve been proud that … Continue reading

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OEC Says “Absolutely No Increase In Taxes” Is Not A False Statement — Dismisses Kettering Complaint

Yesterday, my complaint to the Ohio Election Commission was dismissed. The three members of the panel — Chuck Calvert, John Mroczkowski, and Harvey Shapiro –acting on the recommendation of the OEC’s Executive Director, Philip Richter, were unanimous in their decision. … Continue reading

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