WTAM 1100 ran an interesting story just now: Kelley tells Newsradio WTAM 1100, opposition group Greater Cleveland Congregations were organized and funded by groups from Washington DC and Columbus. He says the public should know where and how the organization received its money.
This article recently ran on cleveland.com: “Death of 17-year-old boy in Akron police custody ruled suicide, medical examiner says.” The writer here has a masters degree from the Columbia University School of Journalism. A good reporter would have done more than transcribing the police press release. To wit: “Leeser declined to discuss the department’s polices […]
Rising: seven projects that will change the face of Cleveland The fact that of seven “projects” every single one is a real estate deal is precisely what is wrong with Cleveland. Exactly zero cities have become prosperous from real estate development, unless the way you’re keeping score is by how well the developers are doing. […]
WATCH: Angry white Florida man cries racism after deli serves ‘dark-skinned guy’ before him This reminds me of something that happened several years ago at the Utilities Building in Cleveland. It still makes me laugh. I was paying my electric bill at the last minute or something (instead of mailing it in) and had taken […]
I never saw it all put together so clearly and directly. Anne Trubek at BELTmag wrote: The city is still ten million short of what they need, and even committed sponsors may pull out. The federal money going into the convention is hard to track, and the Cleveland Police Department seems to be behind on […]
When your city isn’t doing so well, and there’s a national news article saying your city’s not doing so well, you know how to solve the problem, right? Right. “Cleveland to send letter to New York Times over article.” That will fix everything.
Mayor Jackson, Police Chief Williams and Director of Media Relations issue statements which are clearly bullshit.