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Friday, March 5, 2021

‘Hope’ rhetoric no longer sells in Ohio

Hope and jobs are in short supply in Ohio eight months after President Barack Obama won the recession-battered state in the 2008 election with promises of a better future.

"People were looking for a savior to get us out of this mess and that’s why they voted for Obama," said Jeff Fravor, 55, a retired train conductor on his way to breakfast on the outskirts of Toledo.

"I’ve nothing against Obama personally, but he’s new to the job and ‘hope’ won’t fix this mess."

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Americans sour on Obama’s health plan, policies

President Barack Obama’s struggling Presidency took another hit as new polls show more and more Americans now feel his health care reform proposals are "a bad idea" and an increasing number want him to slow down his spending sprees and work instead on reducing the national debt.

Obama’s job approval rating continues to slide, down to 53 percent in the latest NBC News-Wall Street Journal Poll and 42 percent of those polled say the President’s health care plan is a bad idea — a change of 10 percentage points in the last 30 days.

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Can Obama drink his way out of trouble?

 President Barack Obama hosts a white police officer and an eminent black scholar at the White House on Thursday, hoping in the process to quell a heated national furor over racial profiling.

Obama was to welcome distinguished Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates and police sergeant Jim Crowley for 6 pm (2200 GMT) beers at the White House, hoping to turn the page on a controversy over race that erupted during a July 16 incident at the scholar’s home.

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Beer diplomacy won’t heal racial divide

The need for President Barack Obama to conduct "beer diplomacy" between a respected black scholar and the white policeman who arrested him demonstrates that race relations have yet to fade into the background of U.S. society.

The American struggle with race flashed back into the national debate when Obama — the country’s first black president — inserted himself into the angry give-and-take between the policeman and the professor.

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Unsafe trucks, buses still on the road

Hundreds of tractor-trailer and bus companies ordered to shut down because of federal safety violations ranging from suspended licenses to possible drug use have stayed on the road by using different names, investigators say.

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Homegrown terrorists worry officials

Antiterrorism officials are increasingly concerned about American-bred extremists who travel abroad for terror training and then return home, sometimes quietly recruiting followers over the years.

Federal authorities have issued a bulletin to law enforcement agencies around the country on the heels of the arrest Monday in North Carolina of a man whose devotion to the cause of violent jihad allegedly began 20 years ago.

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