Monthly Archives: May 2010

“13 Banker” Author Is Disappointed In Failure Of Merkley-Levin Amendment

Simon Johnson, author of the book I am working through, “13 Bankers,” writes that he is disappointed that “after nine months of hard fighting,” an amendment proposed by Senators Jeff Merkley and Carl Levin was defeated in the Senate — … Continue reading

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Democrats Will Have Special July Election To Find Candidate To Challenge Mike Turner In 3rd District

According to the Dayton Daily News, a specially scheduled Democratic Primary will be held in mid-July to choose a Democratic candidate to challenge incumbent Republican Mike Turner to represent Ohio’s 3rd Congressional District. The newspaper reports that the Democrat chosen … Continue reading

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97.5% Of Climatologists Blame Global Warming On “Human Activity”

Recently, in a friendly conversation, my matter of fact view of the danger of CO2 pollution was disputed. I stated that, according to my understanding, there is no debate in the scientific community about how CO2 accumulation must lead to … Continue reading

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