I had a very good week this past week, and I am looking forward to another great week.

I've been interested in history for a long time. So as I commute to work from the Cleveland area, I've been listening to lectures by Yale professor Paul H.

For a moment, ever so briefly, we touched fingers.

“Mitt, Mitt,” I yelled, waving a business card in my hand.

At first, Mitt Romney had ignored my pleas for attention.

But then, probably by accident, we made eye contact.

This week on Five Points, Emil talks about a close encounter with Mitt Romney, Andy explains the proposed city parking situation and they both reveal how their parents came up with their names. 

 

President Barack Obama visited Lorain County Community College on Wednesday afternoon to talk about jobs and the economy.

Click on the player below to review our live coverage of the event.

THIS WEEK'S VILLAIN: Democratic Party spokeswoman Hilary Rosen.

HER HORRIBLE STATEMENT: "Guess what, his wife has actually never worked a day in her life." (Referring to Ann Romney, Mitt's wife and mother of five.)

THIS WEEK'S VILLAIN: Barack Obama.

HIS HORRIBLE ACTION: Wrote about eating dog meat as a child.

Mitt Romney’s political machine is still impenetrable, still silent.

It is, at least, if you’re sitting in Sandusky.

So far, I cannot uncover the magical paths that lead to human contact with Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.   

Another week is in the books, and it was indeed filled with highs and lows ... back to work after a hectic week at home.  It was great to get back to work and help my students work toward the end of the school year.  It has been wonderful how supportive they have been. 

What a great week it was and a busy one at that!  So I met face-to-face with temptation again.  I had a wedding reception on Saturday and then a birthday party on Sunday; the food was looking real good. 

That was a fast week! I exercised April 9 and now it’s Monday again and I haven’t exercised again until tonight. 

There just wasn’t time.  I guess I will just pick myself up and start all over tonight. It’s funny how you can feel so flabby in just a week!

I listen to all kinds of music, but rap is not my main genre. Yet recently as I drive around, I have been listening to rap albums from artists such as King Pheenix.

With Mitt Romney all but anointed as the GOP nominee for president, the only remaining question is who the GOP vice presidential candidate will be.

Two pundits claim they have the answer: Ohio's junior U.S. senator, Rob Portman.

This week on Five Points, Emil and Andy discuss the Second Amendment and their recent contributions to the economy and take rapid-fire questions from the audience.

 

This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system which makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes. This is Kyle's Tale.