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Ground troops are essential to fight ISIS — but not any from US, Obama proclaims

Business unknown and Company unknown seem's to be a commen thread with your link Cambridge, good try but i think you just made georgejeanie's point. And please a three month summer job hardly counts as a resume bullet point for an application for President of the United States.

September 15, 2014 at 8:54 a.m. suggest removal

Youngstown fire inspector calls East High 'a fire hazard'

I'm just amazed that gdog did not find some way to blame all this on Kasich, he must of realized that every single person involved in this drama is a card carrying Democrat.

September 6, 2014 at 5:25 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown fire inspector calls East High 'a fire hazard'

Joe don't you know,it's never the vandals fault, just like it's never the parents fault that the child is failing.

September 6, 2014 at 5:21 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown school board rebukes academic panel, Supt. Hathorn

Three way blame pointing circus. If you want to point blame in the right direction then you need to point in the direction of the parents. At the end of the day a child's academic success is not what school,teacher, or board you have, it is about how motivated the parent is in that child's life.

September 6, 2014 at 5 p.m. suggest removal

Lessons to be learned from Ferguson

Why is Michael Brown dead?
Ask him, you will get the exact same answer that you would get from Do Koo Kim if he was asked the question does an unarmed person pose a threat to another persons life.

September 6, 2014 at 4:21 p.m. suggest removal

Lessons to be learned from Ferguson

Lessons from Youngstown.
As a young child I remember my Parents showing me the sidewalk in front of our house. They pointed out to me that I was allowed to walk on the sidewalk all the way down to the corner but I was not allowed to go into the street because that was for the cars. They pointed out that a little four year old could get a very bad boo boo if they walked in the road and was hit by a car. At the age of four I was already able to understand that the road was for cars and the sidewalks were for people.
As a young child I also remember my parents telling me that the police were people that were dressed in blue and wore those funny hats, they told me that they were there to help me if I was lost or in need of help. I also remember them saying that they were there to protect us from the bad people like the boogie man that my older brothers would tell me about to scare me.
Those were lessons taught decades ago to me,those were also lessons that I told my kids. Why, because we are an organized society, we need to use common public spaces with RESPECT to our fellow neighbors. The road or sidewalk does not belong to any one individual, we as neighbors all have a right to use them as long as we use them the right way.
These are all basic simple rules that a four year old child can follow. With that said I have one simple request of you ERNIE BROWN JR. Go to any school in Youngstown and try to drive thru that area after school lets out. I will guarantee you you will come across groups of black children that will be walking down the middle of the road, I GUARANTEE this, I say again I GUARANTEE this will happen. Why is that? Why are so many black children walking down the middle of the road, is this lesson not being taught to young black children. Another thing you will note is they will glare at you 100 percent of the time for having the audacity to try and drive a car on a street that they are walking on. 50 percent of the time you will be asked a question similar to " what's your f-ing problem". On several occasions I have been asked what my problem was white b i t c h, now I realize you won't get that particular response, but you will get some nasty comment half the time.
This brings me to Ferguson, if an unarmed ( by the way fists can KILL, just ask Do Koo Kim) Michael Brown would have made the choice to not rob a store he would be alive today. If Michael Brown chose to use the sidewalk, like a four year old, he would be alive today. If Michael Brown chose not to break the occipital ridge of a Police Officer he would be alive today.

September 6, 2014 at 4:12 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown ward-reduction amendment will be on fall ballot

Annie Gilliam will soon be forced to take the position that it will be ward's 6 and 7 that will be retired. She will also demand that the redistricting that will need to be done must take into consideration where she lives, and she must end up in district 1. After all, it's all about Annie.

September 2, 2014 at 8:45 p.m. suggest removal

Some unhappy that Burger King may move to Canada

Wendy's is 400 yards down the road, I think I will just go there instead, thank you very much!

August 26, 2014 at 8:38 p.m. suggest removal

Democrats focus on state's role, don't discuss Fitzgerald

Redfern you sir are an IDIOT, go ahead take up your issue with Polivka, see what that will get you. The day's of blindly following the party leadership are behind us.

August 24, 2014 at 12:28 a.m. suggest removal



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