Morning Brew: Bad Dog Owner, Rogue Priest is Warned, Jared Sullinger is Awesome, and Partisan Politics



Wheres the canon?
  • Where's the canon?

Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you put on that hoodie over that sweatshirt, over that sweater, over those long johns.

— Rev. Robert Marrone, the priest leading the breakaway parish of former members at St. Peter's, received some harsh words from Bishop Richard Lennon who warned of "canonical action." We assume this means Marrone will be shot out of a canon. (AP)

— In your sad, sad puppy news of the day: a woman could face jail after she left her dog outside in the devastatingly cold weather and the dog died. (WOIO)

— A vote for Ohio State freshman phenom Jared Sullinger as the best player in the country. Cavs fans should be paying attention to this kid. (Dan Shanoff)

— Ed Fitzgerald has thrown down the gauntlet, warning county employees they won't be able to hold partisan political positions if they want to keep their county jobs. Yes, the position of Jimmy Dimora's masseuse is a partisan political position. It's also a disgusting one. (

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