• Is This A Good Use Of $2.3 Billion In Ohio Public Schools?

    by  • February 28, 2015 • 0 Comments

    School Choice is an avenue for children to escape schools that don’t meet their educational needs. A public school might have a strong reputation, but that doesn’t mean that it will meet the needs of all the children living in the district. Melanie Collette-Collins is a teacher who recognizes the need for school choice....

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    Wisconsin moving towards Right-To-Work, Ohio getting left behind

    by  • February 26, 2015 • 1 Comment

    Wisconsin is about to become the country’s 25th state where workers are not forced to join or pay a labor union as a condition of being hired. Today, the Wisconsin Senate passed the Right-To-Work bill. Union bosses and their minions were on hand to put forth their usual intelligent commentary. The session started in...

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    Husted: Obama’s Immigration Executive Action Invites Voter Fraud

    by  • February 11, 2015 • 4 Comments

    Jon Husted takes election fraud seriously.  As the Secretary of State for Ohio, the nation’s premier swing state, Husted is charged with the important task of ensuring elections are fair and free of voter fraud. President Obama has made voter fraud easier with his Immigration Accountability Executive Actions and Husted is not being silent on the...

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    Nation’s Top Teacher Resigning Over Common Core

    by  • February 10, 2015 • 19 Comments

    Here in my home in Lorain County, Ohio, people were thrilled to see one of our own teachers in the running for the search for America’s Top Teacher by the Live with Kelly and Michael show. Stacie Starr was nominated by a grateful parent: “Please consider Stacie Starr for your contest. She is the...

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    First Scott Walker for president ad released

    by  • January 29, 2015 • 1 Comment

    My early favorite for president in 2016 is easily Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. Why? There are several reasons. First, he walks the conservative walk. Upon his election in 2010, he put together a budget that erased a looming deficit and did it largely by fearlessly taking on the powerful public-sector unions in a traditionally...

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    Ohio Democrats Face Allegations of Racism- From One of Their Own

    by  • December 13, 2014 • 1 Comment

    As the Ohio Democratic Party reels from its thumping and the resignation of its chairman, it has suffered another setback- this time from one of its own.  Six days after the elections, State Representative John E. Barnes (D- Cleveland) filed a lawsuit against the ODP and outgoing chairman Chris Redfern.  The basis of Rep....

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    Eric Kearney’s Last Months in the Ohio Senate

    by  • December 10, 2014 • 1 Comment

    Many of us know about State Senator Eric Kearney as being Ed FitzGerald’s first pick for lieutenant governor.  We also know that he had to drop out not soon after due to controversies surrounding his tax problems. Being term limited, however, he will soon be out of Columbus, and back to his native Cincinnati....

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