Poll from ‘Progressive’ Think Tanks Shows Sherrod Brown Leads GOP Challenger Jim Renacci by Only 4 Points in Ohio U.S. Senate Race

Sherrod Brown, Jim Renacci

A poll released by the Columbus-based “progressive” think tank Ohio Innovations on Thursday shows that Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) now leads Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH), the Republican challenger, by a mere four points in Ohio’s U.S. Senate election to be held in November. The poll shows Brown leads Renacci among…

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Former ‘Cosby’ Actor Geoffrey Owens Rebuffs ‘Job-Shaming,’ Reminds America of the Dignity of Work

Geoffery Owens

by Joseph Sunde   After a decades-long career in film, theater, and education, actor Geoffrey Owens decided to take a part-time job as a cashier at Trader Joe’s. When customers and news outlets began posting photos of the actor bagging groceries, the resulting comments included a mix of mockery and what…

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Commentary: The Kavanaugh Hearing: A Democrat Campaign Circus

Brett Kavanaugh

by CHQ Staff   Conservative may assume that the not so “presidential” aspirations of Democratic Senators Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California turned Thursday’s confirmation hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh into a circus, with Harris and Booker vying for the role of chief clown, but it…

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Papadopoulos Verdict: 14 Days in Jail, 200 Hours of Community Service, and a $9,500 Fine

Robert Mueller, George Papadopoulous, Donald Trump

by Chuck Ross   Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days jail in a federal court in Washington, D.C., on Friday. District Judge Randolph D. Moss also ordered a year of supervision, 200 hours of community service and a $9,500 fine for the 30-year-old former Trump aide.…

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Dumb and Dumber: Texas State Board of Education to ‘Reinterpret History’ of the Alamo with the Removal of Heroism

Steve Gill

On Friday’s Gill Report – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 1510 WLAC weekdays at 7:30 am – Star News Digital Media National Political Editor Steve Gill was disturbed by the recent decision of the Texas State Board of Educations decision to remove the word ‘heroic’ from the way the defenders…

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Cincinnati Shooter Filed Lawsuits Claiming Media Companies Were ‘Spying’ on Him

Omar Enrique Santa Perez

Omar Enrique Santa-Perez, the 29-year-old shooter in Thursday’s deadly attack on the Fifth Third Bank Center in downtown Cincinnati, was a U.S. citizen born in Puerto Rico who amassed a record of minor offenses and appeared highly unstable. But more than 24 hours after his shooting rampage police appear no closer…

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STUDY: Most Federal Employees Are Paid More Than Their Private-Sector Counterparts

US Capitol

Compensation for federal, state, and local government employees cost U.S. taxpayers $1.9 trillion in 2016. This amounts to an average of $15,176 from every household in the United States. President Trump recently moved to rein in some of these costs by canceling pay raises for federal civilian employees, who received $331 billion in compensation…

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Aftab Pureval Retweets Cincinnati Mayor’s False Claim About Gun Violence Based on Bogus Data

Aftab Pureval

The blood had not even been cleaned from the sidewalks Thursday when Cincinnati’s Democrat Mayor John Cranley tried to score political points for his party’s anti-gun agenda. Puerto Rico-born Omar Enrique Santa-Perez, 29, had just slaughtered three innocent people and gravely injured two others before being shot dead by police…

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