|The Media Kit - containing HOWTOs for
writing letters to the editors and press releases, along with media
contact information, is now available here.
|April 2005 - In an attempt to make MCDP mailings a bit
more... well, newslettery, ICTH has (sort of, unofficially) become the
party newsletter... mostly because I have the time to edit and produce
only one! Here's April's issue, tackling security, the Ohio
Patriot Act, disagreements among Dems, and more!
first of our quarterly issues, we cover the security in Social
Security, congratulate our local Democratic winners, hear from Howard
Dean, and wonder why, exactly, I'm talking about Dr. Dean after the
primaries last year.
- Featuring the motivating essay "After the Election". This issue also
includes "Investment Relief", a look at how we consider taxes in the
United States. And a recap of local candidates and some shout-outs to
OH Supreme Court candidates! Also, we announce our change to a
quarterly schedule, with the next issue in Jan 2005.
Double-sized issue, including an extended interview with Jane Mitakides,
"It's not what you say, it's what you do", "This may be the most
important election of our lives" (the reason why may surprise you), and
current events. Please also see the errata
for this issue.
|A special single-page
copy of the essay
"It's not what you say, it's what you do" (included in the Sept. 2004
issue, but easy to print out and hand out here) pertaining to Bush's
record in the White House. Good reading for everyone this
election season as antidote to hyperbolic commercials. Includes
surprising information from Mother
2004 - Herein you will find a
profile of candidate Debbie
(running for County Commissioner), an interview with Dayton City
Joseph, a bit about pollution
optimism" and current events.
- This issue includes a profile
of (state) Senator and candidate Eric
a finger-painted flag in my window", and some "liner notes" along with
the current events calendar.
-A brief introduction, a list of
current (local) candidates, along with a thought about the
trustworthiness of our current President and a calendar of current