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The Sound of Ideas

Who’s Left Standing?

Posted Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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In a historic primary election Tuesday, Cuyahoga County voters are narrowing the field of candidates vying to serve in a brand new form of government that was prompted, in part, by corruption in the old system. And as November's state and federal races draw nearer, Republicans are savoring polls showing Ohio may help them regain control of the House. Meanwhile, the President makes Ohio his favorite state to rally Democrats and to push another stimulus program. Join us for election results, analysis and the way forward Wednesday morning at 9 on 90.3.




Henry Gomez, Cuyahoga County Government Reporter, The Plain Dealer
Dave Cohen, Associate Professor of Political Science & Fellow, Bliss Institute of Applied Politics
Jason Johnson, Professor of Political Science and Communications, Hiram College

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White House considering emergency economic stimuli, Politico

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Theo Kent 10:06 AM 9/8/10

There’s one, and ONLY one, segment of the population who pays taxes: CONSUMERS. I love how lazy business owners complain about the taxes “they” pay. If they’re paying taxes, they’re doing it wrong. We get into business to MAKE money, and our customers pay the taxes—and everyone in business knows this. The problem isn’t that we pay too much in taxes: the problem is that it often isn’t a good VALUE. Thanks for the program - it was excellent!


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