Seven Inconvenient Facts Ohio Democrats Must Explain as They Launch Statewide Bus Tour

Ohio Democrats kicked off a statewide bus tour Tuesday in hopes of energizing voters around a platform of “affordable health care, quality education and good-paying jobs.” Andy Chow of ‘non-partisan’ Ohio Public Radio enthusiastically promoted the tour on Twitter. Democrats rally at the Statehouse, going on tour bus highlighting “affordable health care, quality education,…

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Dr. Christine Blasey Ford Testified Under Oath She Had Never Coached Anyone on Taking Polygraph But Ex-Boyfriend Says ‘I Witnessed Her’ Coach Friend

Fox News reported late Tuesday night that a person claiming to be the ex-boyfriend of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, has sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee in which he contradict’s her sworn public testimony. In questioning by…

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Commentary: Make Thursday A National Day Of Prayer For Brett Kavanaugh And Family

Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump

by George Rasley   Throughout the ordeal of his confirmation millions of Americans have been praying for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his family. President Trump made the point that prayer was a necessary element of the battle to confirm Judge Kavanaugh in a September 25 tweet: The Democrats are playing…

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Protesters Rip Pro-Kavanaugh Signs From Students In Texas

by Neetu Chandak   Protesters ripped signs that supported Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and allegedly snatched a Make American Great Again hat from Texas college students on Tuesday. Young Conservatives of Texas at the University of Texas (YCTUT) held a rally to support Kavanaugh. Some of the signs YCTUT members…

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Commentary: Republicans Learning the Hard Way a Great Economy Ain’t Enough Anymore

by Jeffery Rendall   In the 2016 presidential election’s stretch run Hillary Clinton famously asked during an interview, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?” American voters knew the answer and shared it with the former first lady and legacy Democrat presidential candidate on Election Day. Clinton did end up a couple points…

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ACLU Launches Million Dollar Ad Campaign Likening Kavanaugh To Bill Cosby, Bill Clinton

by Hanna Bogorowski   The ACLU took another step against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh Monday after it launched a million dollar advertisement campaign opposing his nomination and likening the judge to convicted sexual predator Bill Cosby. The campaign targets a handful of Republican senators, including Sens. Deb Fischer of Nebraska, Cory…

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Senator Jeff Flake Takes A Swipe At Trump During Speech In Presidential Battleground State

by Grace Carr   Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake insinuated that President Donald Trump has created and is perpetuating party “tribalism” that is harming the nation in a Monday speech. “Tribalism is ruining us. It is tearing our country apart. It is no way for sane adults to act,” Flake…

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Trump Proves Tariffs, Threat to Leave NAFTA Were Key Leverage to Negotiating USMCA, Puts Dems in Tight Spot

Trump right to try

by Robert Romano   They said it couldn’t be done. Once again, President Donald Trump is racing circles around his critics and showing that his tariff policy and the threat of leaving NAFTA altogether were most effective inducements to trade concessions, having resulted in the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or the USMCA. The…

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Amazon Raises Minimum Wage After Workers Collectively Pushed Back At ‘Robot’ Culture

Amazon

by Grace Carr   All full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal Amazon employees will now receive higher pay after the company announced Tuesday that it will raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour. “We listened to our critics, thought hard about what we wanted to do, and decided we want to…

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Cordray Decries ‘Poor Tone’ of Political Campaigns After Comparing Republicans to Nazis

It was near the end of Monday’s gubernatorial debate between Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine. Most of the questions had been asked. But there were a few more from social media. Moderator Colleen Marshall turned to the candidates and told them viewers’ overriding concern was the divisive tone…

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