Obama supporters found guilty of voter fraud in Ohio

I investigated and followed this story along with Palestra through the Fall. You can get caught up quickly at this post. Months later, the three leaders of Vote Today Ohio were found guilty of voter fraud.Here is the story from the Columbus Dispatch:3 voting advocates guilty of fraudTuesday, April 28, 2009 3:33 PMBy Barbara CarmenTHE COLUMBUS DISPATCHThree staff members for Vote Today Ohio, an independent get-out-the-vote organization supporting Barack Obama, pleaded guilty in … [Read more...]

Year in review: Top ten stories of 2008

As in year's past, I have enjoyed reviewing the posts from the year and coming up with the top ten stories.1. Cancelation of the American Psychiatric Association symposium - Amidst threat of protests, the APA pressed to halt a scheduled symposium dedicated to sexual identity therapy and religious affiliation. Whipped up by a factually inaccurate article in the Gay City News, gay activists persuaded the APA leadership to pressure symposium organizers to pull the program. Gay City News later … [Read more...]

The Blue Cloud Lives! It's a Portsmouth, Ohio thing

Someone named Berthos just revived a thread from 2006 called "You might be from Porchmuth, if..." Porchmuth (how the natives say it) is really Portsmouth, Ohio, my home town.Reading through the comments, I remembered at the time trying to find a pic of the memorable-yet-tacky Blue Cloud. Couldn't find one at the time. Well, I struck Blue Cloud gold tonight.The Blue Cloud lives!Here is the caption from the blogger, David Reynolds, who posted this gem.The infamous Blue Cloud … [Read more...]


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