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Speaker says history rips off young people

So, let me see if I get this.....to celebrate "Nonviolence Week," these agencies bring in a speaker who uses three of the most violent offenders in recent history, Martin, Brown, and Garner, to play the "race card," once again? So, I guess if you are black, it's okay to violently attack an innocent store owner, while stealing from the same, and then attempt to kill a Police Officer? Great examples of "nonviolence!"

October 6, 2015 at 10:45 a.m. suggest removal

Report provides strategies to increase economic development in Youngstown

Has anyone been in the city neighborhoods lately? The new "branding" should be the "city of YO."

September 23, 2015 at 9:47 a.m. suggest removal

Cooperation urged to cut pollution in Mill Creek watershed

Once again, the CANCER that is called Youngstown is metastasizing into the suburbs and rural areas of the County, and trying to shed (no pun intended) blame for destroying Mill Creek Park by virtue of the decisions made by city politicians, many years ago! And there is no way you'll ever convince me that a "contaminant" would make it 23 miles, without first settling into the stream bed, or being screened naturally by the thousand of naturally occurring twists, turns and other impediments that are in these streams. This is just another "scam" by the city, to try and get someone else pay to fix the mess the city created!

September 20, 2015 at 5:51 p.m. suggest removal

State Dept. to release 7,000 pages of emails, 150 censored

I'll admit I'm not the "sharpest tool in the drawer," but if 150 or more of her emails are now "classified," what idiot would initially read that information, and then think, "hmm, this material seems sensitive, but what the heck, I'll just leave it on my UNSECURED server, and share it with my advisors (you know, like the wife of the "weenie waver, Anthony Weiner, like they aren't ripe for blackmail!). I wouldn't let this woman serve me my fries, with my burger, let alone run this Country!

August 31, 2015 at 7:46 p.m. suggest removal

Suspect in ambush of Houston-area deputy held without bond

Way to go, Vindy posters!!! This story has been published since 11:45 a.m., and not ONE comment, good or bad. This true American Hero gives his life, serving US, and no one here gives it a thought! Yet, if it was some thug, losing his life while committing a crime, we'd be "hundreds deep" in comments, criticizing the Police or law-abiding citizen, who intervened. Remember this, the next time you are vicimized, and DEMAND the Police protect you! Bunch of hypocrites!

August 31, 2015 at 7:18 p.m. suggest removal

Ohio politcos outraged as Obama renames America’s tallest peak

BREAKING NEWS!!!....Congress passing legislation to name the below pictured "large mound" after Hussein!!!!


August 31, 2015 at 7:04 p.m. suggest removal

Federal team will visit to study city sewer plight

Earth to Marty Hume...how is it fair to a taxpayer in, um..I don't know, maybe Nebraska, to have his or her Federal tax dollars he or she paid, used to fix a problem that was knowingly created and perpetuated by the city of Youngstown? Especially when less than HALF of the residents of the city pay ANY taxes, at all, and live off of the rest of us! This is a local, city problem, period. And if it needs fixed, well then maybe the mayor, city council and on down, should give up their salaries, until such time they have enough cash to fix the problem. Or, at the very least, stop throwing away money on studies and research to consider building new parks, amphitheaters, etc., until the sewer problems are fixed.

August 29, 2015 at 10:50 a.m. suggest removal

Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep license

So, I guess we're just giving in to the scourge of illegal drug use, by taking away another deterrent. As insignificant as it may be, at least it may have stopped someone from trying an illegal drug, knowing if they were caught with the same, they would lose their driving privileges. And if they didn't try that drug, because of that, they might not become an addict, therefore SAVING a life! But who wants to do that! C'mon Sen. Seitz, you actually believe that a drug dealer, making thousands of dollars a week, or a day, is going to give that up, and get a lawful job, just because he can regain his driving privileges? If so, I have some oceanfront property in Arizona, you might be interested in!

August 26, 2015 at 3:38 p.m. suggest removal

Canton Chamber has 'no idea' what Kimble's talking about on plan opposition

Sounds like another "hands up, don't shoot" fallacy. Doesn't surprise me. She's just taking her cues from her "Liar-in-Chief," who has no problem lying to the American public. Typical "Alinsky-style" tactics...when the facts don't support your argument, just make up a lie!

August 26, 2015 at 10:24 a.m. suggest removal

A Youngstown councilwoman and her husband are being assessed $1,200 by the city for failing to mow grass

Uh-oh!! I feel a "hands up, don't MOW" protest movement, coming on! Or maybe a "black LAWNS matter" one. What a couple of hypocrites! To have the audacity to hold public office, and vote for legislation that you are knowingly in violation of! Of course, what do they care, they'll never pay it, based on their denials. The city will just put a lien on the properties, for the $1,200, which they will never recover, because no one in their right mind would give $12.00 for those properties, due to their locations.

August 25, 2015 at 10:23 a.m. suggest removal



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