Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Jan 27 at 4:45am

Have You Seen This Guy?

Wanted to share with you all, what our cameras caught this morning. If you are in the neighborhood and have found your car or garage broken into today this guy may be your man.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Guerrilla Radio Beta Jan 11 2010

Hey you found me! Heres the topics we chatted about last time.

A star is born. Jacob John McCartney on The Huffington Post

North Lehman Neighborhood Alliance

Congress May Regulate Loud TV Commercials
Bill Would Limit Ads to Be No Louder than the Shows They Sponsor; But Some Question Its Feasibility and Value

Ohio Films

Northeast Ohio attracts movie projects

By Paula Schleis
Published: Jan 10, 2010

Three of the first four movies to receive a Motion Picture Tax Credit under a new Ohio incentive program will be made in Northeast Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) last week announced the four films will share $7 million in tax credits.

Ohio Cell Phone Rights

Ohio Supreme Court Decision on Cell Phone Searches Protects Privacy and Due Process

December 15, 2009

Rules Police Must Have Warrant to Search Cell Phones


COLUMBUS - The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio says the ruling issued today by the Ohio Supreme Court in the case of State v. Smith has enhanced the privacy rights of Ohioans. In a first of its kind ruling, the Court said that law enforcement officials must have a warrant in order to search the contents of someone's cell phone when seized during arrest. In addition, the Court recognized that modern cell phones contain a great deal of personal information and users have a high expectation of privacy.

Journalist Protection

Reporter Shield Legislation Moves Toward Senate Vote

December 10, 2009

Bill Passes Judiciary Committee

CONTACT: (202) 675-2312 or

WASHINGTON – A bill that would help reporters better protect their confidential sources passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The bill, S. 448, The Free Flow of Information Act of 2009, would enact a federal shield law for journalists. The House passed its version of the bill earlier this year. Currently, forty-nine states and the District of Columbia recognize some form of reporters’ privilege, either through statute or common law.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

America Rising: An Open Letter to Democrat Politicians

We elected you on a promise of hope and change. We regret it. In 2010, we are taking our country back. Blue collar democrats, independents, and conservatives. We love our country. We are proud of our founders. And we will fight for our traditions. We don't want your revolution.

- Unknown

I wanted to share this with you as more of us find it difficult to live. There will be more activism for the betterment of our community and Nation.

Guerrilla Radio Beta Jan 4 2010

Hey you found me, Welcome to Guerrilla Radio Beta and Happy New Year. Heres some of the stuff we chatted about during our Jan 4 show. You can always take a listen by clicking on the right and even take us mobile on your MP3. You can follow us on twitter and even become a facebook fan. Thanks for hanging out.

Don't forget to tryout wack-a-hack.

"Dear Shane,

The first rule of politics is you never just tell the truth.

You are receiving this message from the Jennifer Brunner Committee because you've signed up to receive emails from the Jennifer Brunner Committee or other Ohio progressive organizations. If you do not wish to receive emails from the Jennifer Brunner Committee please click here to unsubscribe.
The truth makes people uncomfortable, and sometimes it hurts -- so politicians avoid it, even when it seems nonsense to do so. Why speak your mind when you can hire political consultants to coach you on a safe "message"? Why go with your gut when the political establishment wants you to stick to the party line?

I say that the first rule of politics is what's wrong with politics. That's why I won't follow it.

We've all seen where a lack of candor in politics gets us. Leaders who promise one thing but do another. Insiders making deals that seal their careers but sell out the public. Politicians acting against their better judgment because they think staying in office is how to make things better for the people they serve."

Jennifer Brunner
Ohio Secretary of State and
Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate

Ohio Film Office


Buckeye Traffic

National Conference of Citizenship

Founded in 1946 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1953, the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is a leader in promoting our nation’s civic life. We track, measure and promote civic participation and engagement in partnership with other organizations on a bipartisan, collaborative basis. We focus on ways to enhance history and civics education, encourage national and community service, and promote greater participation in the political process.

Ohio’s Civic Health Index
Ohio Civic Health Index Report 2009

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