* Carroll County Ohio wants more funding for agricultural education, even though they've had voters reject tax levies to support the programs, according to Cantonrep.com. Instead of looking for citizens to raise their taxes, it might be time to see if a local business, volunteers, a charity, or a wealthy individual is willing to sponsor the 4-H programs and OSU extension services. Since the program serves a small group, those who want it should find a way to provide it.
* Central Ohio was visited by a snowstorm yesterday. We have a few inches on the ground and some wind. My dogs were very confused by the arrival of the snow but now enjoy playing in it.
Senator Sherrod Brown is seeking funding through U-S Department of Agriculture for restoration of the Seneca County courthouse. The request had previously been approved, but the funds for the Courthouse, and about twenty other Ohio projects were reallocated....
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown has worked diligently to help citizens in Ohio.
* Last night, CBS's 60 Minutes had a story on Republican leader, John Boehner. Of course, my husband and I changed the channel to avoid vomiting.
The Washington Post has a few things about Boehner this morning.
*** What is the fascination with Sarah Palin's hunting show on TLC? I've only seen a minute of it before I realized she was shooting at a poor animal, and rapidly changed the channel. Yuk!