Ohio Sheriffs Warn of Looming Disaster in ‘Issue 1’ TV Ad

The DeWine-Husted campaign launched a new television ad Thursday imploring Ohio voters of both parties to “Say No” to Issue 1. The ad features local sheriffs from both political parties opposed to Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment which Democrat Richard Cordray has been pushing for months. His opponent in the…

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Kamala Harris, Kavanaugh Inquisitor, Coming to Ohio to Stump for Democrats

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) put her brand of radical progressivism on display during last week’s nationally televised Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings as part of the modern day “Democrat Inquisition” of the Supreme Court nominee. She didn’t ask a single tough question of Kavanaugh’s accuser. But she didn’t hesitate to lay…

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Larry Kudlow Sheds Light On What Will Likely Be A Major Priority For Trump In 2019

by Michael Bastach   White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said President Donald Trump is likely to make building oil and natural gas pipelines a major priority next year to meet the needs of booming U.S. energy production. A focus on pipelines would hit two aspects of Trump’s agenda: energy…

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Seven Witnesses Corroborate Kavanaugh’s Account Of The Devil’s Triangle

by Molly Prince   Georgetown Prep alumni have come forward corroborating Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s claim that two phrases in his high school yearbook were not sexual references. Four of Kavanaugh’shigh school classmates explained in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee that ‘Devil’s Triangle’ was a drinking game the…

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Commentary: The Battle of Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearings

by Michael Walsh   As the smoke starts to clear over the senatorial battlefield, the outlines of the conflict have come into stark relief. What began, like Gettysburg, with the accidental clash of two mighty armies, has become a death struggle between the reactionary forces of cultural-Marxist leftism in their…

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Pompeo Terminates Iran Treaty After UN Court Hands Tehran a Victory in Sanctions Lawsuit Against Washington

by Will Racke   Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Wednesday the U.S. will terminate a 63-year-old treaty with Iran, hours after a top United Nations court ruled in favor of Tehran in a lawsuit challenging U.S. sanctions. Pompeo said the abrogation of the 1955 Treaty of Amity was “39 years overdue,”…

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Ken McIntyre: ‘I Was a Crime Reporter in Maryland in the Early ’80s and I Never Heard of Teen ‘Gang-Rape’ Parties’

by Ken McIntyre   “Oh, I think everyone in the county remembers these parties,” Julie Swetnick says with a smile during her nationally televised interview. Um, not me, Julie. I had my first job as a reporter in Montgomery County, Maryland, at the time Swetnick claims Brett Kavanaugh and other…

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The History Russians and Communists Want Us to Forget

by Jarrett Stepman   The Soviet Union did not free the world of tyranny in World War II. It merely helped defeat one evil while ruthlessly attempting to supplant it with another one. But you wouldn’t know that from reading an Associated Press article from early September. The Associated Press originally stated…

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Aftab Pureval Sinking in New Congressional Poll: Anti-Trump Message Not Resonating

A new poll by the New York Times indicates the Democrats’ targeting of Congressman Steve Chabot (R-OH-01), could end up being a costly mistake. If this poll is correct, Chabot’s challenger, Aftab Pureval, is falling like a rock in the public’s view. Chabot leads by nine points, 50 to 41 percent,…

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