The Cleveland Plain Dealer has launched a feature called PolitiFact which purports to keep politicians honest by fact-checking their statements. But the newspaper's Sunday article on Ted Strickland is itself unfair and misleading.
This past week has been an interesting one. I once again only got to work out once with my trainer, Kevin Gallagher of Anytime Fitness, because of conflicting schedules. But as for weight loss, it has been a good one.
If you don't follow international news, here's a big story from Israel: An Arab man who pretended to be Jewish to obtain consensual sex with a woman has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for "rape by deception." Details
So this month I have to say is the month of barely any workouts. I think I've maybe had three workouts this month. Conflicting schedules and illness has kept me out of the gym and working out with my trainer, Kevin Gallagher of Anytime Fitness.
This week's segment of Between the Lines included Funcoast.com's Ashley Bethard, Register reporter Jason Singer, Sandusky State Theatre Executive Director Thomas Kazmierczak and Huron City Manager Andy White.
Imagine you're standing next to somebody in line at a fast food place and you see the headline laying on the countertop in front of you. You have time to say only one thing to the guy next to you - because in a moment, you'll be moving on with your cheeseburger and fries. Assuming that you bot
There have been a huge number of online commentaries about the departure of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James. Many are interesting, but there is one in particular which I wish I could get everyone to read.