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Outsourcing Local Newspaper Jobs

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Theyre getting cheap labor from India and turning their backs on Americans in order to solve their problems, but they expect us to buy the newspapers and advertise in them as usual. Do the people a favor and check into the outsourcing and post it all over the place.  

Pushing My Buttons

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2008
After I read Larry Gross’ “Looking for the Joy” column (issue of Dec. 10), I ended up shaking my head as tears came streaming down my face. He has this way of pushing my buttons.  

We're Winning the Culture War

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Statement of fact: Cincinnati Zoo = Good, Creation Museum = Evil. Let's be clear: It's evident to anyone with a brain that the Creation Museum is a horrible joke told by some seriously unfunny people, and the Cincinnati Zoo is a place of happiness, truth and light.  

Changing Grandma

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Hey, I read Larry Gross' amusing "Lunch With Andrea" Living Out Loud column (issue of Nov. 26) and could not help but wonder: Was he really having lunch with my grandmother? She couldn't bring herself to vote for Barack Obama and, like Gross' friend, holds on to the belief that Republicans are looking out for her.  

Bacher Was The Original

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 26, 2008
In her review of Ryan McGinness' art exhibition Aesthetic Comfort ('Dark and Dizzy,' issue of Nov. 12), Laura James states that the artist has created something "entirely original." I've been a great fan of McGinness' work since I first saw it at the Contemporary Arts Center's Beautiful Losers.  

Ode to a Bartender

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
I’m a regular reader of Larry Gross’ Living Out Loud column. I’m constantly amazed at how he puts himself out there, and last week’s column is no exception (“My Bartender and Bar Politics,” issue of Nov. 12). His “ode to a bartender” story was wonderful.  

Proud of ACORN/Unhappy with Covington Voting

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 12, 2008
ACORN has repeatedly stood with working families to make stronger, safer and more just communities. They’ve made a positive impact and instilled hope with commitment, sincerity and integrity. Their victories working with everyday people speak for themselves.  

Smiling Faces Sometimes

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Buddakhan restaurant is still a bit of a secret downtown, but word is getting out ("Reflecting Over Crab Rangoon and Smiles," issue of Oct. 15). Happy hour should mean smiles all around, especially for those who are serving you.  

Still Need Capable Journalists

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2008
I want to thank Joe Wessels for his well written and much needed column on today's newspaper journalism ('Read All About It While You Can,' issue of Oct. 1). My wife and I have seen a continuing decline in the quality and abundance of good journalism in newspapers today.  

West Side Is Changing

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Kevin Osborne's article - Considering 'Life Peace Zones' - (issue of Oct. 1) really made my neck veins pop. The establishment of so-called "life peace zones" is just a transparent attempt to thwart a constitutionally guaranteed right and to ram Catholic orthodoxy down our throats.  

Changing How City Votes

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Kevin Osborne did an excellent job in summing up why advocates for proportional representation are again advocating this change for Cincinnnati: We want a fairer reflection of the people on city council and for candidates who are the most preferred by the people to be elected ("City to Decide Voting Change," issue of Sept...  

Don't Punish the Children

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Thank you for Joe Wessels' column about Mount Washington ("Not Too Cool for the Pool," issue of June 4). When I worked so hard to get that new rec center, my dream was to have it provide what's needed to prevent the incidents that Wessels recounted. I saw the demographics of Mount Washington changing and wanted to be proactive.  

Bike Obsession

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Danny Cross' article on cycling in Cincinnati ("No One Rides for Free," issue of Sept. 3) was passed to me today by a co-worker, and I read it with great interest. I took up cycling about eight years ago, and it's become a real passion.   

Stand Up for Teachers

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
What a difference to read a newspaper column about public schools that’s favor able to the staff, the core of the schools (“School Funding Fight in the Burbs,” issue of Sept. 10). Joe Wessels’ col umn was well written and informative. I’m the chairperson of the Fairfield Classroom Teachers Association negotiations team.   

Life and Death Election

1 Comment · Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Thanks for Tom Hayden's "Dreams of Obama" essay (issue of Aug. 20). I'd like to add something for people who either don't intend to vote or are thinking of voting for John McCain. The