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Columbus Dispatch

Coach Jim Tressel out at Ohio State | BuckeyeXtra

He's an honorable gentleman who went the extra mile for kids who, not knowing any better, cost him what he loved so dearly.  (May 30, 2011 | post #955)

Medicine

FDA approves skin cancer drug

Severe to fatal autoimmune reactions were seen in 12.9% of patients and yet the FDA approved it without much difficulty compared to Provenge. What was the FDA thinking on this one? More data or a complete rejection would've been more appropriate.  (Mar 26, 2011 | post #1)

Columbus Dispatch

Schlichter charged with felony in million-dollar theft | ...

Just recently there was some info in the press how he'd turned his life around. Sad to say, I got a bad feeling he was betting on Clemson in '78 when he threw the interception that cost Woody his job, and the 1980 Rose Bowl for that matter.  (Feb 14, 2011 | post #139)

Paris, IL

Why We Need the Fed

The current Fed has done a poor job in conducting the nation's monetary policy. All they've done really at this point is engineer bailouts and help run up the stock market. Additionally, they haven't supervised nor regulated banking institutions properly as we have had well over 300 closures since the current crisis began. People with any economic sense would hardly call QE an effective way to maintain the stability of the financial system. In short, they have failed and what we've created is a system which is a political appointee group, that is a lackey for investment banks such as JP Morgan and Goldman; and this has not served the people one iota. Both Presidents Madison and Jackson had enough sense to close them, because they weren't representing the interests of the people. Why can't both the Republican Congress and Obama see for the people? Looks like when the people choose a new President, they also need to flip flop the Congress shortly thereafter. For us poor folk, our vote is all we have.  (Jan 14, 2011 | post #1)

US News

Strained States Turning to Laws to Curb Labor Unions

Many unions already have limited power with many unable to strike without ramifications. Why aren't state and local governments seeking to repeal the extension of the Bush Tax Cuts and calling for an end to at least one war? It's time our government, especially our reps in D.C., began to focus on the well-being and freedom of the people that live in this country. Our government workers deserve more than our appreciation and thanks.  (Jan 4, 2011 | post #1)

Chris Christie

Public Workers Facing Outrage as Budget Crises Grow

People seem to forget that public works, schools, health care, and public safety (law enforcement) is what has made this country great. It's still, albeit hanging on by its fingernails, the best. These programs and this infrastructure prospered from programs instituted by FDR during the depression and after WWII. They are still great programs. What has affected them for over twenty years or more now has been budget manipulation and cuts by politicians. Now our fine president, a so called President of the People, has passed the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy (which is one of the major causes of the newest depression) and continues to fully and lavishly fund two war fronts. Isn't it time the people who support our city, state, and federal infrastructure have what they deserve? As far as the politicians are concerned they just assume all workers retire at age 70, and die penniless in some backwoods nursing home and the sooner the better.  (Jan 2, 2011 | post #1)

China's Wen seeks to assure public about inflation

If the U.S. government is paid to represent its people, then why aren't they actively seeking all avenues to slow increases in property values and consumer prices in order to make it easier for American families to buy homes and pay for food? The Chinese even hiked their deposit interest rate to 2.75 percent. If our economy has really turned around, why can't our bailed out banks do as much? Our government is so backwards and representing the rich so progressively at this point, they very likely will try and print even more money to devalue our dollar all the more. Who's to tell the Fed "No." From this latest news, is it possible to assume that a Communist government is representing its people with more integrity than a so-called democratic one?  (Dec 26, 2010 | post #1)

China Raises Interest Rates by 25 Basis Points in Bid to ...

If the U.S. government represents the people, then why aren't they actively seeking to slow gains in property values and consumer prices in order to make it easier for families to buy homes and pay for food? The Chinese even hiked their deposit interest rate to 2.75 percent. If our economy has really turned around, why can't our bailed out banks do as much? Our government is so backwards ands representing the rich so progressively at this point, they may and try and print more money to devalue our dollar. From this latest news, is it possible to assume that a Communist government is representing its people more than a so-called democratic one?  (Dec 25, 2010 | post #1)

China Raises Interest Rates Again to Cool Inflation

If the U.S. government represents the people, then why aren't they actively seeking to slow gains in property values and consumer prices tin order to make it easier for families to buy homes and pay for food? The Chinese even hiked their deposit interest rate to 2.75 percent. If our economy has really turned around, why can't our bailed out banks do as much? Our government is so backwards ands representing the rich so progressively at this point, they may and try and print more money to devalue our dollar. From this latest news, is it possible to assume that a Communist government is representing its people more than a so-called democratic one?  (Dec 25, 2010 | post #1)

New York, NY

State Grants Waiver for City Schools Chancellor

When you've never worked as a teacher, served on a PTA board, or raised children that are not your own then you don't beans about an education system. Bloomberg made a slip on this one.  (Nov 29, 2010 | post #1)

Financial Markets

GM one of many big IPOs to hit market soon

Unless they give stock to those who they disenfranchised and the taxpayers, may they fail miserably.  (Nov 14, 2010 | post #1)

Social Security

Best Way To Slash The Debt: Reelect Obama

Are you crazy? I've never seen or heard tell of a President who cares more about India than Indiana, less about China than appearing on Comedy Central, and playing Basketball more than he cares about lowering taxes and increasing jobs in this country. How unpresidential is this guy? With QE2 a dead-on failure at this point (especially if the Fed actually follows through) and an inflated market ready to burst (and ought to be allowed to), we have a President who needs a few lessons in humility both domestically and internationally and why should we have to have another four years so he can grow up? Failure should never be rewarded--  (Nov 11, 2010 | post #1)