On today's date in The Beacon archives, we published:•Reducing the Costs of Fighting Crime (2011)
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Posted by The Dean of Cincinnati
Guest short by Mark Lause.
The stealing of the 2004 election was debunked by the Republicans and their friends in the “liberal” (?!) media as “a conspiracy theory.”
The Democrats themselves hid from the implications, but the present Green candidate for governor, Bob Fitrakis and historian Harvey Wasserman did some serious old-fashioned muckracking over the issue. Their conclusion was, to paraphrase Fitrakis, Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell should be in court facing serious criminal charges rather then running for the U.S. Senate on the Jesus-and-Guns ticket.
However, the problems are now being partially spelled out in ROLLING STONE
by someone who counts (maybe)... Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Some of us might remember his daddy….
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