90 Percent of Northeast Ohio Residents Believe Kavanaugh Should be Appointed to SCOTUS, Poll Shows

Brett Kavanaugh

A new poll found that 65.14 percent of Northeast Ohio citizens believe Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and just over 90 percent want him confirmed. The remainder believe accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, according to a poll announced Monday by Ohio TEA Party organization We the People Convention. The Ohio TEA Party organization…

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Citizens for Community Values: Passing Issue 1 Would be Like ‘Pouring Gasoline on the Fire’ of Ohio’s Opioid Crisis

Another voice for Ohio families has come out against the “Issue 1” ballot initiative that would set in motion a long-held goal of the left, that of decriminalizing the drug culture. Citizens for Community Values said in a statement it “strongly opposes Issue 1,” the proposed amendment to the Ohio…

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Columbus Dispatch Endorses Dave Yost for Ohio Attorney General

The Columbus Dispatch has endorsed Republican Dave Yost for Ohio Attorney General. The newspaper’s editorial board endorsed Yost because of his broad experience as state auditor and his proven history of fighting public corruption, said the Republican Attorneys General Association in a statement Monday. Yost’s opponent is Democratic Steve Dettelbach,…

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Commentary: The Suicidal Sanctimony of Phony Conservatives

Christine Blasey Ford made scurrilous accusations against Brett Kavanaugh for actions she claims occurred nearly 35 years ago when they were both minors. Both Judge Kavanaugh and Mark Judge, who Ford also claims was present have vehemently and categorically denied her claims. The people who know Kavanaugh, as well as…

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Promoting Religious Liberty Affirms ‘Human Dignity,’ Pompeo Tells Values Voter Summit

by Fred Lucas   Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reaffirmed Friday that the Trump administration is committed to religious liberty, both at home and abroad. Speaking at the conservative Values Voter Summit in Washington, Pompeo said that more than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries that place…

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Woman Deported for Illegally Working in U.S. for 15 Years Gets Return Ticket to Rejoin Family in Ohio

A mother of four who was deported to Mexico after living and working illegally in the United States for 15 years has been flown back to the U.S. and granted an asylum hearing, according to the law firm Advocates for Basic Legal Equality. On Monday morning the Dayton law firm confirmed…

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Poll: Republican Party Enjoys Highest Favorability Rating In Seven Years

by Evie Forham   The Republican Party is enjoying a favorability rating of 45 percent — its highest since 2011 — that could give Republicans hope for the upcoming midterm elections, according to a Gallup poll published Monday. The survey also showed the Democratic Party’s favorability rating at 44 percent with…

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President Trump an ‘Absolute No’ on Puerto Rico Statehood Until ‘Good Leadership’ is In Place

Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself an “absolute no” on statehood for Puerto Rico as long as critics such as San Juan’s mayor remain in office, the latest broadside in his feud with members of the U.S. territory’s leadership. Trump lobbed fresh broadsides at San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín…

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Vatican Caves To China’s Demand, Recognizes Bishops Appointed By Communist Government

by Joshua Gill   The Vatican reached a breakthrough in negotiations with China by acquiescing to Beijing’s demands to recognize eight bishops appointed by the country’s communist government. Chinese and Vatican officials announced Saturday that they had signed a “provisional agreement” to the effect that the Vatican would recognize eight…

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Hollywood ‘Bully’ Comes to Ohio to Campaign for Sherrod Brown

If a man can be known by the company he keeps, then Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) believes President Trump is a racist, misogynist white nationalist. Bradley Whitford, the Hollywood actor who has hurled obscenity-laced insults at President Trump and his children, said he was in Ohio this week to campaign…

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