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    Cafaro joins Kasich

    by  • January 11, 2011 • Uncategorized

    Ohio Senate Minority Leader Capri Cafaro helped create one heckuva great moment last night at Gov. Kasich’s Inaugural Gala. With one moment, we saw the Governor already bringing Ohio’s leaders together in a way we haven’t seen in a long time. As she says, “we are all here together to make this state better.”...

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    We’re back in business.

    by  • January 7, 2011 • Uncategorized

    I’m sure Lisa-Patt McDaniel is a nice person. As Strickland’s last Director of the Department of Development, the lifelong bureaucrat wasn’t exactly the most qualified person to understand what businesses need to thrive in Ohio. Well, John Kasich has decided to go the opposite direction of Strickland and bring on someone who has made...

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    If only…

    by  • January 6, 2011 • Uncategorized

    I wonder what Ohio’s budget situation would look like right now if the media went after Strickland about the impending multi-billion dollar deficit in the same way they went after Kasich about a swearing-in ceremony.

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    Antonin Scalia is smarter than you.

    by  • January 4, 2011 • Uncategorized

    Revel in the awesomeness that is Antonin Scalia. (Interviewer) In 1868, when the 39th Congress was debating and ultimately proposing the 14th Amendment, I don’t think anybody would have thought that equal protection applied to sex discrimination, or certainly not to sexual orientation. So does that mean that we’ve gone off in error by...

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    Speaker-to-be backs Cino

    by  • January 4, 2011 • Uncategorized

    This may be a game changer in the RNC Chairman race. The next chairman of the Republican National Committee will be chosen by the 168 party activists who make up the party organization, and no one else. But with with just 10 days left until next Friday’s election, the candidates are using every tool...

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    Good.

    by  • January 4, 2011 • Uncategorized

    Ted Strickland is still acting like a whiny, partisan hack. Outgoing Gov. Ted Strickland says he hasn’t yet decided whether he’ll continue a recent tradition for Ohio governors. Starting with George V. Voinovich and continuing with Nancy Putnam Hollister and Bob Taft, Strickland’s Republican predecessors have carved their names into the bottom of the...

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