Archive for October, 2010

How & Why We Have Filed Racketeering Charges Against Karl Rove’s Election Operations

Posted by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman on October 29th, 2010

by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman October 29, 2010 Ohio election attorney Cliff Arnebeck has filed a two-count complaint against The Partnership for Ohio’s Future, an affiliate of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. Arnebeck charges that the Partnership is “…not truly independent, but rather has been coordinated with the Republican candidates, their agents, committees, parties […]

Visualize Karl Rove’s Election Theft Subpoena

Posted by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman on October 26th, 2010

by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman October 26, 2010 Election woes got you down? Imagine the look of contempt on Karl Rove’s face this past Sunday as he swaggered toward his star turn on CBS’s Face the Nation only to be served with our subpoena sanctioned by the Secretary of the State of Ohio. The […]

Free Press And Drexel Theater present: The Elephant in the Living Room

Posted by Bob Fitrakis on October 20th, 2010

The Free Press Fourth Tuesday Film Night and the Drexel Theater present: “The Elephant in the Living Room” TUESDAY NIGHT Oct. 26 – 7:30 p.m. Admission for FREE PRESS members is $5 — All they have to do is mention FREE PRESS at the box-office! Meet director Mike Webber and Wayne Pacelle, president of the […]

Ghoulish And Secretive Biowarfare Expert William C. Patrick III Dead

Posted by Bob Fitrakis on October 18th, 2010

Bob Fitrakis October 17, 2010 The New York Times reported on October 11 that one of America’s leading bioweapons experts, William C. Patrick III, had died on October 1. The 10-day delay in the report of his death is in keeping with the secret nature of Patrick’s life. The Times reported that Patrick “…made enough […]

Bob Bytes Back Archives: 12/11/1996 Guilt By Location

Posted by Bob Fitrakis on October 14th, 2010

12/11/1996 by Bob Fitrakis Prior to the Chief James Jackson controversy, I can count on my middle finger the number of times I’ve supported Mayor Greg Lashutka in a political battle. The only other time concerned the building of Tuttle Mall in Columbus. Since I detest malls and that whole culture, I half-heartedly sided with […]

2010 INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OBSERVANCE OCTOBER 12, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY Mourning Ceremony6 (@ City Hall, Broad Street Steps, with the Mourning Walk converging at the Santa Maria “Slave Ship” Replica.) Located at Marconi Blvd. and Broad Street The Indigenous Peoples Day, October 12, 2010, will begin with a Mourning Walk from the City of Columbus City […]

Free Press Second Saturday Salon Saturday, October 9, 2010

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 8th, 2010

You are invited to the Free Press Second Saturday Salon 40th Anniversary “Halloween” Salon Saturday, October 9, 2010 6:30pm-midnight Celebrate 40 years of struggle, solidarity, social justice, and successes. The Free Press first hit the streets in October 1970 as a reaction from the OSU activist community to the Kent State killings. Ever since then […]

Free Press Second Saturday Salon, Oct 9

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 6th, 2010

Second Saturday Salon 6:60- Midnight. Come in costume! Meet Christine O’Donnell in her “I’m not a witch” costume, along with her African-American friend, Sarah Palin. 1032 E Broad Street. Be there, be scared!!

In the 1930s, Woody Guthrie liked to write “This machine kills fascists” on his guitar. It was a period when folk musicians stood with the people against corporate greed. This is one of the reasons that folk musicians were attacked and blacklisted during the McCarthy era. But they rose again as the reporters that offered […]

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