• 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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    Candy List For Judges? More Like Sour Grapes For McGinty

    by  • December 7, 2014 • 0 Comments

    It’s a new day in Cuyahoga County.  An elected official is complaining that others in the county are working too much.  Prosector Tim McGinty (D) is accusing judges of working too many hours in the arraignment room.  He is charging that this is due to some sort of “candy list” to get attorneys to...

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    Zawistowski sends out 4 year old list of House members

    by  • November 24, 2014 • 5 Comments

    Ohio’s Tea Party needs to seriously put forth a new leader other than this guy. It’s embarrassing. Yet Ohio’s political reporters still go to him for a quote on anything that involves the tea party. Why? The man’s frequent emails are almost always unintelligible. Really, now, it’s 2014 and he can’t use a spell...

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    Chris Redfern’s election night tantrum

    by  • November 7, 2014 • 2 Comments

    For your weekend viewing pleasure. This is only a couple of hours before Redfern realizes that not only did his entire statewide ticket get crushed by double digits, but that he himself was voted out of his own Ohio House seat. It’s the video where he insists he will remain chairman, hours before announcing...

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    ODP Chairman Redfern moving on to B&B named after himself

    by  • November 5, 2014 • 3 Comments

    Last night we reported that Steve Kraus defeated ODP Chairman Chris Redfern to claim the 89th Ohio House district. The election was a complete and utter disaster for Redfern in more ways than one. His failed pick of a gubernatorial candidate led to a sweep of every statewide office. The Republican incumbents all ran...

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