Posted Friday, June 11, 2010
With an $8 billion budget crisis looming in Ohio, leading thinkers have convened to figure out a solution, while the legislatively appointed group has yet to meet. Meanwhile, legislators push back on the Supreme Court's decision to allow eyeball estimates on speeding tickets, and the relief efforts begin to restore the tornado-ravaged village of Millbury. Friday morning, host Dan Moulthrop and reporters from across the state talk about those stories and the rest of the week's news.
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Enjoying you show this afternoon. I would have to vote for the Wright brothers. When I was in the second grade we went on a field trip walking to Hawthorn Hill where Orville Wright came out on the porch and waved to us. They did an amazing job in educating themselves in what it takes to fly. This is an amazing list and I would not be ashamed to vote for any of the nominees
In honor of the 168th birthday (later this month) of native Ohioan, Ambrose Bierce, the author of “The Devil’s Dictionary,” I offer the following two definitions of a politician:
an individual who can only be pinned down with a long sharp object
an individual whose utterances amount to less than the sum of their parts
I also offer the observation that it is possible to spot an incompetent Ohio supreme court justice without a radar gun.
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