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So, perhaps you wonder what happened to this website.  Well, life happened.  Justin got busy, and I got busy.  In the midst of the busy-ness, Justin became the editor of Streetvibes.  So I write stuff for him to put in Streetvibes.  I like the idea of that.  I don’t post here.  I publish there.  So, to find out what we’re saying, go get a Streetvibes, or something.

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Jill Stein in Cincinnati, 11-2-12
Saturday, November 03, 2012

 

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Local kids watched their Dad get tasered
Saturday, July 14, 2012

There’s been another local death after police tasered a man in order to break up a fight after a baseball game. It’s troubling that Cincinnati Police still refer to tasers as “non-lethal” weapons. The city’s taser policy needs to be reviewed and revised.

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Give money more than prayer to the victims of Sandy Hook
Saturday, December 15, 2012

There are lots of stories online today about all the prayers being given about the Sandy Hook school tragedy.  Meanwhile, organizations like Newtown Youth and Family Services will be providing counseling all weekend to those directly affected.  Consider making a donation to them.

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Fountain of Youth
Monday, October 15, 2012

This music video talks about the economic and social conditions that were behind the 1967 Cincinnati riots, the 2001 Cincinnati riots, and police abuse in the present. 

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Rally in Washington Park tomorrow
Thursday, July 05, 2012
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CENSORSHIP? Western & Southern has video parody taken down from youtube!
Thursday, June 28, 2012
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Corporate Democrats get more corporate dough than Republicans
Monday, April 07, 2008
 

They say, “He who pays the piper calls the tune”. The Wall Street Journal reports that Big business is bypassing McCain. The Center for Responsive Politics reports that of the 7 major industries that reliably support Republicans, all have given more to Clinton and Obama, except for 1. And even that 1 is a close call. The defense industry and the health industry have given much more to the Democrats.

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The Tyler Davidson Fountain on Fountain Square is a water fountain
Saturday, July 07, 2012

One would think that 3CDC would have put in a water fountain when they spent $48 million renovating Fountain Square. They didn’t but they say you can drink from the city’s iconic fountain known as the Genius of Water. Of course there aren’t any signs letting people know it’s safe to drink from.

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

The Cincinnati Beacon was founded in December, 2005 by Jason Haap (The Dean of Cincinnati), and Andrew Warner.  After a technical malfunction plagued Haap’s original blog (deanofcincinnati.com), Haap and Warner decided to combine their efforts—hoping to get other bloggers on board.  The site’s slogan “Where Divergent Views Collide” was meant as humorous irony because a “beacon” near an ocean shore should prevent “collisions.”

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