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    Sherrod Brown, a rubber stamp for a “race-baiting approach to our legal system”.

    by  • March 6, 2014 • Uncategorized

    President Obama was handed a defeat yesterday in the Senate.   The nomination of Debo Adegbile to oversee the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division was blocked.  Five Senate Democrats joined Republicans to vote against Adegbile. Adegbile was met with very vocal opposition from the Fraternal Order of Police.  Although he had shown questionable judgment in...

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    Fitzgerald – It’s 3:30 somewhere

    by  • February 25, 2014 • Uncategorized

    Ed Fitzgerald’s list of campaign failures keeps getting longer. Ed’s State of the State Rebuttal was a bit premature. While many politicians have their rebuttals written out prior to the initial speech, the Fitzgerald campaign actually put Ed’s video online early.   Governor Kasich’s State of the State was last night. You’ll notice that...

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    Fitz, How about pledging to answer your phones?

    by  • February 18, 2014 • Uncategorized

    Ed Fitzgerald’s lack of leadership is showing once again. First, Cuyahoga County failed to get over 108,000 of it’s tax bills out on time. Instead of taking accountability, the Fitz Administration blamed the vendor. And now it’s being reported that the County’s call center was “overwhelmed”. Thousands of residents with questions about their tax...

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    Welcome to Ohio, Team Fitzgerald!

    by  • February 6, 2014 • Uncategorized

    Ed Fitzgerald is outsourcing his campaign. Perhaps he didn’t have enough confidence in any Ohio politicos. Or perhaps none of them wanted to join his faltering campaign. New Yorkers Bill Hyers and Lauren Hitt are the General Consultant/Manager and Press Secretary. Communications Director, Dan McElhatton has arrived from Philadelphia. To welcome these outsiders, I’d...

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    “His name is Shawn Brown and he’s not a statistic.”

    by  • January 31, 2014 • Uncategorized

    For National School Choice Week, School Choice Ohio highlighted the story of Shawn Brown. Shawn was teased at his public school because he has cerebral palsy. Shawn’s mother’s concern for her son’s education is undeniable. She reached out to School Choice Ohio to find another option for him. Shawn qualified for the Jon Peterson...

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    School Choice is a Civil Right

    by  • January 28, 2014 • Uncategorized

    This is National School Choice Week. It is a week to celebrate the accomplishments that have been made regarding educational freedom. It is also is a good time to look towards the future. In Ohio, over 30,000 students received vouchers that allow them to attend a school other than their local district school. Many...

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    Ed Fitzgerald: Anti-Choice?

    by  • January 23, 2014 • Uncategorized

    School Choice empowers parents to be able to make the best academic decisions for their children. Parents certainly know what is best for their children. Unfortunately, education is big business and some special interests are very much concerned about protecting their bottom line. The Ohio Education Association endorsed Fitzgerald stating, “As Governor, he would...

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    A Unifying Choice

    by  • December 14, 2013 • Uncategorized

    The word “choice” is word that often has many political ramifications. This word needs to be politically reassigned by the GOP. Rather than being attached to a faux #WaronWomen, this word needs to be front and center in the 2014 election cycle as a tool many parents crave, educational freedom. 2013 was a banner...

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    Dear Mr. President, I Am More Than A Uterus!

    by  • November 13, 2013 • Uncategorized

    Low enrollment in the Obamacare exchanges is well documented. While many Americans have had their healthcare plans cancelled because of Obamacare, few have actually “taken advantage” of the exchange. No worries! In an attempt to bolster those numbers, ProgressNow Colorado and the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative have launched a “Got Insurance?” campaign. This ad...

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