It's a "Wildcard" Wednesday. In order to encourage new callers, no screening, no topics call in today. In the wake of the Connecticut schools shootings we find that guns in schools are more prominent than you think. At least one school district in Texas encourages their teachers to carry weapons in school.
Governor John Kasich will sign a bill that allows guns to be brought into the state house garage, and soon Ohio will see a change that allows guns in bars and restaurants, we will talk about it this morning on 570 WKBN.
Speaking of guns how about the gunmen who were laughed out of the Clark Bar on Youngstown's Westside as they attempted to pull off a late night robbery. The man asked the bartender for money and she said I can't give you money but I can get you a drink.
Governor John Kasich's plan to bring 60 thousand jobs to Ohio by selling bonds based on tolls at the Ohio Turnpike is being panned by Gerberry and Shavoni. Don't you sometimes ask yourself what do these guys want. The governor caved into not leasing the pike, you would think they would give it a rest. After all 90 per cent of the money would be spent in Northern Ohio. Since when do we go to war over spending in regions. Isn't 60 thousand jobs good for all of Ohio. How about the improvement in road infrastructure. Again do the dems just oppose the idea because they are dems? What should the Ohio Turnpike's money be spent on? Why not maximize an Ohio asset.
Why aren't more people exposed for being mentally imbalanced, a new report say that many fear a lawsuit by bringing information forward. The Connecticut killers mother was moving to have him committed the word is that may have set him off and caused him to act as he did.
Back to guns do you realize the so called Batman killer could have gone to 20 movie theaters in Aurora Colorado and he chose the only theater in the are that posted a sigh that said guns were not allowed inside. Does the gun free zones in our country make us a sitting duck zone?
In sports Jim Tressel is helping court Yankee Nick Swisher for the Tribe. Swisher is a former buckeye and is married to actress Joanne Garcia.
PS the democrats don't really want to reduce spending. Senator Dick Durbin was formerly all for raising the social security age to 67 a few years ago to save money now that is off the table.
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