21 September 2004
Ashraf Al-Jailani, a 39-year-old Yemen-born geochemist from Ohio, has been jailed for more than 23 months without charges. His wife, Michele Swenson, spoke at the federal building on July 7 in Columbus, Ohio to expose another...
21 September 2004
Did you ever wonder what happened to Ohio Supreme Court Justice Andy Douglas, the pro-labor Republican, after he retired from the Court in 2002?

Sans his robe, he’s been wearing many new hats, so to speak. The website of...
20 September 2004
Whether Kerry or Bush wins in Ohio may well depend on how many voters are disenfranchised in the state’s three largest counties: Cuyahoga, Franklin and Hamilton. Respectively these three counties contain the Democratically rich big three-C...
03 September 2004
The fight for Ohio’s 20 electoral votes this November is being waged in the courts, the election boards, the polling places and the streets.

When Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell halted the purchase of new...
01 September 2004
President Bush told Texas evangelist James Robinson that “I feel like God wants me to run for President. I can’t explain it, but I sense my country is going to need me. Something is going to happen . . . I know it won’t be easy on me or my...
01 September 2004
The Nationwide Arena doors opened at 1:00. There would be a four-hour wait before the prodigal son returned to his ancestral home, Columbus, Ohio.

Forget about Kennebunkport, Maine. That’s where George Herbert Walker of...

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