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Conservative Policies and Progressive Voices

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 2, 2009
As Mayor Mark Mallory and the new City Council are sworn in this week, the city says goodbye to two of its trusted progressive allies, David Crowley and Greg Harris. With the return of hard right-winger Charlie Winburn, council's conservative coalition now owns a 5-4 vote margin. It's now time for them to step up and offer a more inspiring plan than their current "No."  

Bengals Fans, Portman, Tarbell, The Uninsured

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 29, 2009
BENGALS FANS: It's not often Bengals fans have reason to celebrate, but they got one last week when the team's owners agreed to settle a five-year-old lawsuit filed by a group of season ticketholders.  

Bengals' Old Friends Play for AFC Championship

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 14, 2009
So it's two AFC North teams, Pittsburgh and Baltimore, playing for the AFC championship. One doesn't know if Bengals fans should be heartened or discouraged: Of the Bengals' 11 losses, four came against those two teams. If you're going to finish third in a division, it might as well be the division in which the top two teams are the only two left in the conference.   

UC and Bengals Proved Football Axiom: You're Never Over the Hump

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Football for Cincinnati fans made a rare intrusion on January, which turned out not to be such a glorious moment. But well take it and hope for more next year, understanding that the interim poses numerous challenging scenarios.  

Cheers to the High Points of 2008: UC Football and Xavier Basketball

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Though the year in sports produced its fair share of memories, no sporting memory will obscure the hard reality of economic gloom coursing through the world in a tense 2008.  

Why Cheer for the Bengals If They’re Not Even Trying to Win?

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 29, 2008
The length of the NFL season really shows on a team like the Bengals. A high school team at 0-8 sees the end in a couple weeks. A college team at 0-8 can still make its season in November by beating the rival. The Bengals are 0-8 in the NFL. They're not reaching the end of this dark tunnel until Christmas.  

Three Games into the Season, Bengals Fans Settle for Moral Victories

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Maybe the Bengals still have a pulse, which means they're not quite as desperate as those no-good outfits from the 1990s - but they're still 0-3, they're still going to have their hands full with the Cleveland Browns Sunday, their quarterback still is no better protected than David Klingler and the season still is a long way from hopeful.   

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