Monthly Archives: March 2011

Podcast: Augenstein on Fluoridation

David “Augie” Augenstein discussed the effects of fluoridation within our water supply and the recent findings by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on The Ohio Public Square. The Podcast. Readings and Links related to this podcast: Journal of Living … Continue reading

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Cleaning House at ODE

I posted a number of comments on Twitter today about the Ohio Department of Education and education reform in Ohio. Here are a few: Why are there so many retired school superintendents receiving double pensions? ODE is loaded with failed … Continue reading

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Some Democrats Complain about HB 159

Lisa Renee, Glass City Jungle, posted a few of complaints from Democrat politicians concerning the passage of HB 159, “Ohio Fair and Secure Elections Act,” (unfortunately not nearly enough spoke out) and their complaints are correct, but they miss the … Continue reading

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Ron Paul’s Principled Anti-War Stance

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Seth Morgan for US Senate

There is a lot of talk concerning a run by Rep. Jim Jordan for US Senate, and as Matt Hurley points out, it’s highly unlikely. So I would offer this for your consideration, Seth Morgan for the United State Senate. … Continue reading

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Podcast: King on the Interstate Health Care Compact

Ralph King, co-coordinator of the Cleveland Tea Party, discussed the Interstate Health Care Compact and the efforts of the Ohio Tea Parties to lobby Ohio legislators to sign on. The podcast. Readings and Links related to this podcast: Health Care … Continue reading

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Does Planned Parenthood Really Save and Improve Lives?

…that’s the assertion of this “Letter to the Editor” in the Athens News. I don’t agree and neither did Dean Bruckner. Mr. Bruckner makes a strong argument to the contrary; Planned Parenthood has little to do with “planning” and more … Continue reading

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