Capitol Fax.com - Your Illinois News Radar » This just in… McPier AV complete text & react & video - Quinn claims trade shows are OK with his changes
SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax      Advertise Here      Mobile Version     Exclusive Subscriber Content     Updated Posts    Contact
CapitolFax.com
To subscribe to Capitol Fax, click here.
This just in… McPier AV complete text & react & video - Quinn claims trade shows are OK with his changes

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

[Subscriber password removed because the governor just issued a press release so this is now in the public domain.]

* 12:24 pm - Click here for the complete text of Gov. Pat Quinn’s amendatory veto of the McCormick Place reform bill. More in a bit.

* 12:26 pm - The governor’s office is officially filing the AV right now at Index.

* The governor claims in the AV that the legislature “has taken only half a step towards reforming” the convention industry. “As long as I have been Governor, my message has been clear: when it comes to reform, half measures do not suffice.” Heh.

* “For the authority to fully fuel the Illinois economy, we must also eliminate tax increases that are counter-productive to the purpose of the bill.” Wow. It’s almost like this is pure snark.

The above passage is, of course, about the “departure” tax on taxicab rides from Chicago’s two airports.

* The governor states that the bill violates Article IV, Section 13 of the Illinois Constitution by specifically naming James Reilly as the new McPier trustee. The Article: “The General Assembly shall pass no special or local law when a general law is or can be made applicable.”

* Quinn also complains in the AV that there is no mechanism to replace Reilly. But that was addressed in a trailer proposal sponsored by Speaker Madigan and which passed Exec this morning.

* As I told subscribers the other day, Quinn’s “real” reason for this veto is to give two of the big McPier unions control over the two smallest unions, the Riggers and the Decorators, by allowing them to absorb the unions. “Reducing the number of the Authority’s work jurisdictions will allow the Authority to continue to offer service superior to that found in other large convention destinations,” Quinn wrote.

* Here’s the official language for that passage on the Riggers and Decorators…

The Authority shall not recognize (l) more than a single bargaining unit for employees engaged in drayage, rigging, and related duties and (ll) more than a single bargaining unit for employees engaged in carpentry, decorating and related duties.

Translation: “Drayage” means Teamsters, so they get the Riggers. The Carpenters Union gets the Decorators.

* Expect a veto override perhaps as early this afternoon by the Senate.

* 12:40 pm - The governor has announced a 1 o’clock Statehouse press conference to discuss the AV. We’ll have video.

* 12:57 pm - The Senate will apparently not take up the AV today. From the Senate Democrats…

Committees will not be scheduled for this evening and there will be no major floor action. Tonight, the Senate we will read in messages from the House, the Governor. Additionally, we will file all concurrence motions and read in any new Senate bills and resolutions.

After a Committee on Assignments meeting, we will make committee announcements. We plan to start committees around 9:30 on Thursday morning.

* 1:06 pm - More from the Senate Democrats…

The Senate intends to override the Governor’s McPier AV. A joint statement from Cullerton and Radogno will be issued shortly.

* 1:45 pm - From a press release…

JOINT STATEMENT REGARDING THE GOVERNOR’S VETO OF McCORMICK PLACE REFORM LEGISLATION (SB28)

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - Moments ago, Governor Pat Quinn vetoed Senate Bill 28, the McPier reform legislation that was born out of months-long bipartisan negotiations by key stakeholders and top legislative leaders.

Illinois Senate President John Cullerton and Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno helped to craft the agreed reforms in Senate Bill 28. As leaders of their caucuses, both worked diligently to earn bipartisan passage of the legislation earlier this month.

Numerous associations, organizations and industries have long complained of the high surcharges and bureaucratic guidelines that have reduced the attractiveness of hosting conventions and trade shows at McCormick Place.

Just this week, the National Restaurant Association held its annual trade show at McCormick Place, bringing with it an estimated $100 million of economic activity to Chicago. After more than six decades of making McCormick Place its annual convention headquarters, officials of the association announced that, unless the reforms in Senate Bill 28 become law, a new home will be chosen for its future events. Additionally, officials of the National Housewares Show issued a similar statement this week.

For this reason Senate leaders expressed disappointment in the governor’s veto decisions:

“Governor Pat Quinn’s decision today to veto key elements of the bipartisan McPier Reform Package has the potential to destabilize one of the most productive economic engines in the State of Illinois.

After months of public hearings and discussions with stakeholders, members of the Illinois General Assembly passed this reform package to stop the pattern of canceled trade shows and wary convention decision makers who found other venues more attractive, affordable and with less red tape. Democrats and Republicans came to retain and grow tens of thousands of jobs and reaffirm a commitment to investing in tourism for the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois.

This proposal cuts bureaucracy, establishes strict ethics standards, and recognizes the importance of attracting new and returning convention business through aggressive promotion. Without providing an alternative funding source, the Governor’s veto decimates a well-thought-out plan to show off our world-class facilities.

By working together, we created a significant reform plan that will bring millions of visitors and billions of dollars in economic investment to our state. Our negotiations lasted for weeks. But, we believe an override of the Governor’s veto is a prudent course of action.”

The Senate will begin the override process in committee on Thursday morning.

*** 2:31 pm *** Gov. Quinn’s press conference, part 1


*** 3:05 pm *** Quinn presser part 2


And part 3


*** 3:30 pm *** The governor’s office claims that the “trade show people” are OK with his changes

“If [Mr. Quinn’s] changes go through it will produce a stronger bill that trade shows would like. If not, the trade show people are satisfied with the current bill….The trade show people are OK with the gov’s action.”

- Posted by Rich Miller        

24 Comments
  1. - George - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 12:34 pm:

    The General Assembly shall pass no special or local law when a general law is or can be made applicable

    Easy, just make a general law that Reilly is trustee for the whole state…


  2. - Plutocrat03 - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 12:44 pm:

    Here I though PQ was for the little guy.

    How do you justify the forcible absorption of union representation?

    I see the fat cats are happy, but the riggers and decorators get the big shaft!


  3. - wordslinger - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 12:58 pm:

    I wonder if Quinn has an end game or he’s just going to bat for his union guys? The votes were there before in both chambers to override the veto.


  4. - Are Ya Kiddin' Me? - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 12:58 pm:

    “* As I told subscribers the other day, Quinn’s “real” reason for this veto is to give two of the big McPier unions control over the two smallest unions, the Riggers and the Decorators, by allowing them to absorb the unions. “Reducing the number of the Authority’s work jurisdictions will allow the Authority to continue to offer service superior to that found in other large convention destinations,” Quinn wrote.

    * Here’s the official language for that passage on the Riggers and Decorators…

    The Authority shall not recognize (l) more than a single bargaining unit for employees engaged in drayage, rigging, and related duties and (ll) more than a single bargaining unit for employees engaged in carpentry, decorating and related duties.”

    So why is’t that “Special” Legislation?
    I guess according to Quinn it only violates the Constitution when it’s not your “Special” Legislation?


  5. - CircularFiringSquad - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 12:58 pm:

    Unless NoTaxBill finds a way to goof this one up — which is probably likely — the Governor comes up huge loser. Too bad becuase NoTaxBill and StateWideTom are still getting socked for blowing their budget play


  6. - former springfield resident - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:11 pm:

    Reality check time. Down I-65 in Indianapolis the convention center recognizes only one union for its workers, and its union representative is the Vice President of the City-County Council and another union boss sits on the board overseeing the convention center. Never heard of a law that names a specific individual to be appointed to a government position. Quinn’s on solid legal footing. The tax on out-of-towners is important. Quinn makes a valid point. It cost this out-of-towner $41 in parking and another $10 in tolls just to visit the City recently for one day, not counting the exorbitant sales tax I paid for my meal. You don’t incur those kind of costs in Orlando and Las Vegas and convention planners and exhibitors don’t have all the hassles and extra costs they are hit with at McCormick Place. BTW, Is Reilly still married to Veronica Lynch, who served as Madigan’s Appropriations Staff Director?


  7. - Bubs - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:12 pm:

    Not good for LISA either, if Quinn wants to challenge the law in court on constitutional grounds. Another fine Springfield mess.


  8. - Rich Miller - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:19 pm:

    ===Not good for LISA either===

    She can tell him to go find his own lawyer.


  9. - KeepSmiling - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:36 pm:

    But this isn’t about including the name of an individual in a bill, it’s about who selects and removes him/her. Quinn is dreaming if for a moment he thinks that the leaders would agree to the Trustee being nominated and appointed by and accountable to HIM, who clearly has a soft spot for, well, everything and everyone. No matter the bungling that may occur. (cough, cough, DOC, cough).

    Under the AV, Quinn could simply not nominate Reilly. Then what? A confirmation process of a series of Quinn-nominated Trustees could take quite some time. And it looks like if the Senate recesses, Quinn gets to appoint whomever he wants until they are back in session. It’s an override all the way.


  10. - OneMan - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:37 pm:

    The union thing to me seems strange, forcing one union to join another? Why?


  11. - Rich Miller - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:40 pm:

    OneMan, it’s a consolation prize.


  12. - Loop Lady - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:49 pm:

    Of course Quinn wants the Trustee to be responsible to him-who do you think he wants to run the show, Daley? Because that’s who will…this is a Chicago money machine first, and then a State revenue machine…Daley can tweak this via Reily as time moves on…


  13. - ugh - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 1:55 pm:

    == Daley can tweak this via Reily as time moves on… ==

    You clearly don’t know Jim Reilly if you think that he will do things to make Daley happy.


  14. - Tomster - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:00 pm:

    So Great. Now GES and Freeman only have to screw the exhibitors with two bills now. One for the Teamsters and one for the Carpenters. Who is going to watch them when they keep adding 200% to the exhibitors labor invoice. They were the cause of this whole problem and they go untouched.


  15. - "Old Timer Dem" - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:16 pm:

    I am not a Quinn fan but I do not envy his job. No wonder why Lisa is happy as AG.


  16. - Loop Lady - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:28 pm:

    ugh- I’d like to Reilly ignore Daley’s input or “suggestions”…it’s everyone’s job that works for him to make Da Mare happy…I guess you don’t know Daley…


  17. - downstate hack - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:35 pm:

    “For the authority to fully fuel the Illinois economy, we must also eliminate tax increases that are counter-productive to the purpose of the bill.” Wow. It’s almost like this is pure snark.

    Wow. It is not almost, it is definitely pure snark.


  18. - PalosParkBob - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:44 pm:

    It’s getting to the point that McCormick Place will just be a big, empty building with a bunch of union payrollers looking for something to do, likely at taxpayer expense.

    Why on earth would someone even want to come to Chicago over Vegas or Orlando any more?

    Weather? Chicago won’t win that one. Attractions? It’s not even close to either of our competitors.

    Add the corruption, featherbedding, extortion, theft, and ridiculously high hotel and food taxes and anyone choosing Chicago would have to have his head examined!

    The only conventions we’ll get is from trade associations that are so bullied by unions in their industry that they’ll come here out of fear instead of choice.

    Less business, lower tax revenues, decreased infrastructure investment and services downtown.

    Talk about cascading failure!


  19. - George - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 2:45 pm:

    downstate hack, to be fair…

    An income tax increase is not counter-productive to the purpose of the bill.

    :)


  20. - ugh - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 3:04 pm:

    I have lost all respect for Quinn.


  21. - Steve Brown - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 3:21 pm:

    Rich:
    Sorry for the delay. The Speaker advised the Governor this morning that the House will override the amendatory veto.
    The actual improvements in the legislation were approved in a House committee this morning.


  22. - wordslinger - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 3:54 pm:

    –Attractions? It’s not even close to either of our competitors.–

    So you prefer the culture of Orlando and Vegas to Chicago? To each his own.


  23. - Louis G. Atsaves - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 4:23 pm:

    I can now see why Mayor Washington was ripping on Quinn during that press interview that Hynes used during the primary.

    I watched the entire press conference that Rich posted. Quinn made fun of the suburban female Democrats who proposed a “top secret” 5% across the board cut among other items, made fun of the legislative leadership by claiming to be the policemen who takes half measures and finishes the job by making them better (?) and then says that he doesn’t want to bring politics into it before bashing Cross and Republicans with the “George Bush economy” and the deficits he “inherited” (?) from the “prior administration” (that he was part of). He positioned himself as one who holds the line on taxes in spite of proposing huge increases himself in personal income taxes and other taxes, he positions himself as a job saver/creator while unemployment continued to go up during his tenure.

    He then concluded that the tax increases he wanted failed due to the democracy in the legislature, all while justifying his amendatory veto of the McPier bill to circumvent (or ‘improve’) democracy? And anyone who complains about the current economic malaise of Illinois and the current bankrupted government that cannot pay its bills is “just running down the state.”

    An opportunist who pretends to be “for the people” for his entire career who just ramped it up. We are still suffering from his populist reduction of the House membership years ago.

    Sorry I wasted over 25 minutes of my time this afternoon watching our governor in action. Maybe not. It just confirmed my worst feelings about this guy.


  24. - Bubs - Wednesday, May 26, 10 @ 5:36 pm:

    Mind you, Quinn could still win this race somehow (it’s only May), but he just flounders from one mess to another.

    While it may have been dramatic to have the Governor standing on the House floor while the Republican Minority Leader is excoriating him and the Democratic leadership, but Quinn sure did not look good there.


Sorry, comments for this post are now closed.


* Janus apparently no longer loves his state job, hires on with Illinois Policy Institute
* Reader comments closed for the weekend
* Pritzker meets with moms who've lost their kids to street violence, police shootings
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Fundraiser list
* Question of the day
* Caption contest!
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Campaign stuff: Morrison; Ives; Skillicorn; Nybo; Rooney; Curran; Breen; Frese
* "And admit that the waters/Around you have grown"
* A tiny bit of good news from Moody's
* Proft files suit so his independent expenditure committee can coordinate with campaigns after caps busted
* Cook shifts governor's race from "Toss Up" to "Lean Democrat" - Third-party candidates "the tipping point"
* Unsolicited advice
* The impasse and the damage done
* Entire IPHCA executive committee resigns, lawyer let go after racism controversy
* Chicago to get its first public law school, but is it a wise move?
* Doom and gloom abounds, but a new pension idea emerges
* Another lawsuit filed in Quincy veterans' home deaths: "For a year and a half, he loved that place. And it killed him"
* *** LIVE COVERAGE ***
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Today's edition of Capitol Fax (use all CAPS in password)
* Yesterday's stories

Support CapitolFax.com
Visit our advertisers...

...............

...............

...............

...............
<


Loading


* SVM EDITORIAL: Term limits: Beware of unintende.....
* McDaniel-Hale: The decision to smoke is a perso.....
* In Bellwood, Fritz Kaegi Blasts 'Machine Po.....
* Barickman Cautious About Trump Impact on IL Ele.....
* Democrats try to rebuild the state party from t.....
* New law better protects DCFS workers..
* Bloomington Business Helps State Retirement Sav.....
* Illinois Makes Its IT Department a Permanent Fi.....
* Dyslexia guidebook bill signed into law..
* Naperville Now 07-20-18..


* Rauner names former general counsel to Illinois Racing Board
* The Latest: Friend: Indianapolis couple enjoyed traveling
* The Latest: Resident says life vests not worn on duck boats
* The Latest: Meteorologists warned of storms in Branson area
* Survivors recount deadly Missouri duck boat sinking
* The Latest: Cousin recalls family at birthday party
* Legislation signed requiring protection for state workers
* The Latest: NTSB says boat investigation could a take year
* The Latest: Inspector warned of flaws in Missouri boats
* The Latest: Missouri couple killed in boat accident

* Marginal amounts of legionella detected in Stratton Building
* Moody's gives Illinois finances a 'stable' outlook
* Illinois Army National Guard soldiers return home
* Marginal amouts of legionella detected in Stratton Building
* Under the Dome Podcast: Gun bills, Quincy, Trump-Putin reaction
* Incumbents hold big fundraising leads in central Illinois legislative races
* Springfield man wins Illinois State Police logo contest
* Rauner 'deeply troubled' by Trump's Helsinki comments
* Rauner signs bill to ease physician assistant hiring
* Bill taking Illinois out of voter registration system vetoed

* Home Run Pizza CEO dies
* Home Run Inn Pizza CEO dies
* Your neighbor isn't a business
* The future of the U.S. looks a lot like Chicago
* Cook County board moves to prevent repeat of pop tax fiasco


* Pitchfork Day 2 Photos: Blood Oranges, Circuit des Yeux, Paul Cherry, Zola Jesus
* Crews searching for boater who went overboard near Navy Pier in Race to Mackinac
* Two men shot while standing on sidewalk in South Austin
* Bears won’t ‘harp’ on WR Kevin White in camp: ‘We just want him to be him’
* Intoxicated man wounded in shooting treated in Wicker Park
* Its early but … Bears rookie CB Kevin Toliver off to a fast start
* Man shot in stomach during Humboldt Park altercation
* White Sox’ Reynaldo Lopez has the stuff, and stuff to work on in second half
* Man, 23, shot in the back in Gage Park
* Bears training camp report: Rookie receiver Anthony Miller stars on Day 2


* Fan who survived heart attack at Wrigley Field returning to thank Cubs employee who helped him
* Naperville's old Clow farm relegated to the history books, but its barn wood gets a second lease on life
* 'We are hurting deeply': Family of Harith Augustus responds to fatal police shooting
* Community activist facing charges after police said he resisted during protest Thursday
* Jordan Howard's pass-catching work received boost with two catches Saturday
* Officials working hard to find Special Olympics athlete missing from Gold Coast since Thursday
* Kyle Long's return to health as important as any addition to Bears offense
* Trump finds it 'inconceivable' lawyer would tape a client
* 'Semi Queer' book reveals lives and struggles of gay, trans truck drivers
* Years before John Cynn won $8.8M in the World Series of Poker, he was a Glenbrook North student playing for fun


» The Week in Review: Public Outcry Over Police-Involved Shooting
» ‘Ali: A Life’; Sexual Harassment In Bars; NPR’s Sam Sanders
» WBEZ’s Chicago and Illinois News Roundup: July 20, 2018
» UIC To Acquire John Marshall Law School, Creating The City’s First Public Law School
» State Week: Russia Reactions, Gun Laws, Campaign Cash
» #660 PJ Morton & Opinions on Drake
» July 19, 2018 - Full Show
» Berwyn Homeowners Squeezed By School District Miscalculation
» How Conservatism Won In Wisconsin; Illinois Election Security; Special Olympics 50th Anniversary
» Illinois Prison Officials Accused of Abusing Transgender Inmate


* Guest View: How to solve the Illinois pension crisis and dramatically lower property taxes
* Our View: Let the new EDC director lead the way
* Statehouse Insider: Prognosticator says Rauner most vulnerable incumbent
* Bernard Schoenburg: Purchase may, Cahnman will take on Proctor in Ward 5
* Scott Reeder: Understanding is what journalism should be about
* Counterpoint: His pick is bad news indeed for health care, women, consumers and unions
* Point: Kavanaugh is truly a 'judge's judge' and precisely what our nation needs
* Eugene Robinson: The 'deep state' stands between us and the abyss
* Marginal amounts of legionella detected in Stratton Building
* Moody's gives Illinois finances a 'stable' outlook


* Danville man's death being treated as a homicide
* Heart of Illinois Fair looks to stabilize after dropping to five-day schedule
* Operation Christmas Child brings a testimony to Christmas in July awareness event
* Boil order issued in Murphysboro
* Curious messages on O’Fallon house worry neighbors and draw onlookers
* Sherrard woman identified as one of 17 killed in Missouri boat accident
* Street closures listing
* Road closure: Interstate 74
* De Soto chef to appear on CBS show 'The Talk' Monday
* SIU Carbondale faculty reviewing program changes for restructuring


* Annual Summer Celebration a hit in Vernon Hills
* Another big day at Antioch Taste of Summer
* Could Prospect Heights condo fire have been stopped? Why it spread so quickly
* Food, music, animals highlight the Kane County Fair
* Youth triathlon in St. Charles features kid-friendly activity, fun

* Of Regulations, Champagne Cocktails and Sa...
* Google critics dream big after EU fine
* Forest Preserve Incidents Near Niles, Elk ...
* House Approves Pro-ICE Resolution
* Photos of the Week: Summer '18 Continu...
* Harley Clarke Demolition Donation Deal Com...
* Our Opinion: "Justice has prevailed&q...
* Balloon Ride Fantasy goes 'more synth-...
* Henderson County finishes year with $8.6 m...
* Judge Brad Schneider shows F&F ...

* How area members of Congress voted on voti......
* Family reunifications: 450 down, roughly 1......
* Ballot security battle heats up already ho......
* In IL-6, Roskam and Casten clash over elec......
* GOP accuses Dems of stalling Kavanaugh aft......

* Congress eyes 2026 centennial, tourism pot......
* Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Corte......
* The age of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...
* Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez B......
* In the Trump era, some find escapism in &#......

* Garry McCarthy.
* The Janus decision was not to invite him.
* The sad state of the sandwich at Logan Square deli Rosie’s Sidekick
* Saba confronted grief and found joy in his Pitchfork set
* A police killing and a school firing. Some Monday morning questions.
* Chance the rapper.
* An efiling nightmare -- but with a happy ending
* Snoop, the barber.
* Keeping retirement real. Regressive taxation and living in the city.
* A guaranteed basic income in Chicago...


* THOMAS RHETT TO DELIVER ?UNFORGETTABLE' PERFORMANCE AT 2018 ILLINOIS STATE FAIR
* IDPH Investigation Continues As Foodborne Illnesses Increase
* Gov. Rauner signs HB 5611
* Summit for Success: IDOT providing tools, opportunity for disadvantaged businesses
* Illinois Payrolls Jump +18,100

  
* Ghostbusters World is basically Pokémon Go, but with proton packs
* Price drop: Unlocked Google Pixel only $199.99
* All the updates, trailers, and commentary for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
* The first trailer for DC’s Aquaman shows off a war between the surface and the sea
* The first trailer for DC’s Shazam is like Big, but with superheroes
* Facebook is developing an internet satellite after shutting down drone project
* Watch the first trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters

* Avisail Garcia returns to White Sox lineup to face Mariners
* MLB trade rumors: White Sox unlikely to deal Jose Abreu
* Mariners activate Hernandez to start versus White Sox
* Mariners activate Hernandez to start versus White Sox
* White Sox's Avisail Garcia comes off disabled list
* Chicago White Sox Outfielder Avisail Garcia Activated From D...
* White Sox: Eloy Jimenez, Michael Kopech Need to Be Called Up...


Main Menu
Home
Illinois
YouTube
Pundit rankings
Obama
Subscriber Content
Durbin
Burris
Blagojevich Trial
Advertising
Updated Posts
Polls

Archives
July 2018
June 2018
May 2018
April 2018
March 2018
February 2018
January 2018
December 2017
November 2017
October 2017
September 2017
August 2017
July 2017
June 2017
May 2017
April 2017
March 2017
February 2017
January 2017
December 2016
November 2016
October 2016
September 2016
August 2016
July 2016
June 2016
May 2016
April 2016
March 2016
February 2016
January 2016
December 2015
November 2015
October 2015
September 2015
August 2015
July 2015
June 2015
May 2015
April 2015
March 2015
February 2015
January 2015
December 2014
November 2014
October 2014
September 2014
August 2014
July 2014
June 2014
May 2014
April 2014
March 2014
February 2014
January 2014
December 2013
November 2013
October 2013
September 2013
August 2013
July 2013
June 2013
May 2013
April 2013
March 2013
February 2013
January 2013
December 2012
November 2012
October 2012
September 2012
August 2012
July 2012
June 2012
May 2012
April 2012
March 2012
February 2012
January 2012
December 2011
November 2011
October 2011
September 2011
August 2011
July 2011
June 2011
May 2011
April 2011
March 2011
February 2011
January 2011
December 2010
November 2010
October 2010
September 2010
August 2010
July 2010
June 2010
May 2010
April 2010
March 2010
February 2010
January 2010
December 2009
November 2009
October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
June 2009
May 2009
April 2009
March 2009
February 2009
January 2009
December 2008
November 2008
October 2008
September 2008
August 2008
July 2008
June 2008
May 2008
April 2008
March 2008
February 2008
January 2008
December 2007
November 2007
October 2007
September 2007
August 2007
July 2007
June 2007
May 2007
April 2007
March 2007
February 2007
January 2007
December 2006
November 2006
October 2006
September 2006
August 2006
July 2006
June 2006
May 2006
April 2006
March 2006
February 2006
January 2006
December 2005
April 2005
March 2005
February 2005
January 2005
December 2004
November 2004
October 2004

Blog*Spot Archives
November 2005
October 2005
September 2005
August 2005
July 2005
June 2005
May 2005

Syndication

RSS Feed 2.0
Comments RSS 2.0
WordPress




Hosted by MCS SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax Advertise Here Mobile Version Contact Rich Miller