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And now the most and throwing two minutes in television the latest from the political grapevine.
Were reported Thursday Ohio democratic governor Ted Strickland placed the director of his jobs and family services department.
On unpaid leave for improper actions during the presidential campaign.
Helen Jones Kelly ran computer background checks on Samuel Joseph -- a barker also known.
As Joe The Plumber she also used her state email account to raise money for president elect Obama.
But the Columbus dispatch reports some Ohio Republicans say the month long punishment is not enough.
State house speaker John Houston says Jones -- crossed the line and quote.
She violated the public trust the governor's lack of firm action here sends a message he's going to be tolerant of the state government that acts in inappropriate ways.
And the state auditor says the governor should ask for Jones Kelley's resignation.
Or just fire her.
Governor Strickland called Jones -- actions quote bad judgment but said he values her contributions.
Strickland insists her punishment is fairly severe.
As we told you earlier Democrat Al franken has closed the gap even further in his senate race for the incumbent Republican norm Coleman of Minnesota.
Coleman's lead has dwindled from more than 700 the day after the election.
To just 120 not.
Both candidates have challenged questionable ballots but the Minnesota star Tribune has revealed just how dogged the franken campaign has big -- Franken is challenging this Plymouth city ballot although the bubble beside Coleman's name appears to be clearly marked.
The franken campaign wants the state canvassing board to rule on whether it should count.
The board will meet December 16 to rule on such challenges and if this is an example there could be many many more.
Wesley prudent of the Washington times says former vice president and climate change activist Al Gore may need an extra blanket.
In a piece entitled the killer frost for global warming prudent writes that although winter has barely arrived quote.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration know what reports 63 record snowfalls in the United States 115.
Lowest ever temperatures for the month.
Only 44 October's over the past 114 years have been cooler than that this last war.
He also points of the fact that many experts now concede the earth has not warmed since 1995.
Even the United Nations says so the director of the UN's panel on climate change concedes that nature has overwhelmed everything man can do.
He also says Gordon no longer warns of global warming.
But -- -- climate change instead quote on average climate change covers every possibility.
The Canadian Supreme Court had a big ruling this week Canadian airlines can no longer charge obese people for an extra ticket when they are so big that they needed additional seat.
The court ruled that obese people have the right to two seats for the price of one on domestic flights.
The court declined to hear an appeal by a number of Canadian airlines based on the mandate.
By Canada's transportation agency to enforce the one person one fair policy.
The airlines also lost a lower court appeal in that.
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