• More Questionable Money for Connie Pillich

    by  • July 8, 2014 • 1 Comment

    While the Democrats are busy with the three ring circus they’ve created around Josh Mandel, they are doing their best to keep Connie Pillich’s name quiet. They have put more effort, by ten-fold, into attacking Mandel as they have promoting Pillich. The reasons to not trust Connie Pillich are, well, numerous. For starters, it’s...

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    Connie Pillich: In Bed with Abortion?

    by  • June 30, 2014 • 3 Comments

    In the bubble of Southwest Ohio, Martin Haskell is a name well-known, on both sides of the aisle. Pro-abortionists hail him as an “innovator.” Others know him as Cincinnati’s most public supporter, and performer, of late-term abortion methods. Haskell has had his share of headlines, most notably when he closed his clinic in Cincinnati,...

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    “You guys fought for me before you even knew me.”

    by  • June 29, 2014 • 1 Comment

    It’s a powerful statement and one made by Walter Woodard at a School Choice Ohio event.  It’s also a reminder that there are a lot of other children who we don’t know but need us to fight for them as well. Many children struggle in schools that are ill equipped to serve their needs....

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    Audio: Cleveland sports radio mocks Fitzgerald’s #WinTax

    by  • June 17, 2014 • 0 Comments

    One last nugget from Ed Fitzgerald’s disastrous proposal for his “Win Tax”. The ORP has done a pretty good job with this “video”, which contains reactions from Cleveland sports talk radio. Their reaction is pretty much the same as ours. It’s a joke. Not since Rob Burch have seen a seen a candidate as...

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    Bill Clinton endorses Fitz. No word on new internships.

    by  • June 17, 2014 • 2 Comments

    Ed Fitzgerald is recycling the 2012 “War on Women” theme for his Gubernatorial campaign. He scored a big endorsement on Friday from the General in the War on Women, former President Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton doesn’t have a spotless record when it comes to properly respecting women. Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey have publicly mentioned the...

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    Ohio teachers union official arrested for soliciting a prostitute

    by  • June 16, 2014 • 2 Comments

    Last week, law enforcement authorities made 8 arrests in Bowling Green on prostitution charges. According to NBC 24 news: BOWLING GREEN — Authorities conducted a human trafficking enforcement operation at a hotel in Bowling Green on Tuesday resulting in the arrest of eight people. Officials arrested and charged eight people on soliciting prostitution, a...

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    Amateur hour at Team Fitzgerald continues

    by  • June 12, 2014 • 2 Comments

    The Fitzgerald campaign just sent out a fundraising email attacking Governor Kasich. That isn’t news, obviously. But they included another example of how clueless they really are. Below is the graphic they used. Who’s that guy sitting next to Kasich? It’s Tom Vilsack. Democrat Tom Vilsack who serves as President Obama’s Secretary of Agriculture....

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    Goat Rodeo: to promote the “win tax”, Fitzgerald campaign quotes people who mocked it

    by  • June 6, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Yesterday, we showed you the mostly negative reactions to Ed Fitzgerald’s adsurd “win tax” proposal. In an effort to quell the damage, his imported, out-of-state campaign staff began tweeting quotes from Plain Dealer editorial staff. The problem is, everyone they quoted either thinks it won’t work, or outright mocked the idea. Here’s Lauren Hitt,...

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    Today We Remember…

    by  • June 6, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Today, June 6, 2014,  marks a landmark anniversary of the invasion of Normandy in World War II, D-Day. As we reflect on the gravity of that day in our nation’s history, let us not forget those who never had a chance to reflect. Never had a chance to tell their stories, and share their...

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