New Ohio Poll Has Cordray Ahead of DeWine by 6 Points

A new Suffolk University/Cincinnati Enquirer poll shows Democrat Richard Cordray up by six points over Republican Mike DeWine in the Ohio gubernatorial race with 26 days left before Election Day. This poll comes just a day after another poll by Baldwin-Wallace University showed DeWine three points up over Cordray. The…

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New Renacci Ad Takes Sherrod Brown to Task Over His Treatment of Justice Kavanaugh

Congressman Jim Renacci (R-OH-16) released a new TV ad Thursday titled “Washington at its Worst” that he hopes will propel him into striking distance of his opponent in the race for the U.S. Senate. Incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), who has been in elected office for 40 years, the last 25…

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China’s Economy Isn’t What It’s Cracked Up to Be

by Gabriella Beaumont-Smith   China is a rising economic power that will threaten the United States’ place as the world’s biggest economy. At least, that’s the narrative we’ve become familiar with. But does it really hold up? Economists use gross domestic product to measure the size and growth of national…

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Facebook Engineer Quits Over Company’s Mob-Like Attacks on Anyone Opposed to ‘Left-Leaning Ideology’

by Grace Carr   A Facebook engineer announced his resignation Wednesday, decrying the company culture as one that operates on groupthink, uses appeasement as a strategy, and attacks conservative views. “I’m leaving because I’m burnt out on Facebook, our strategy, our culture, and our product,” Brian Amerige wrote in an…

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Waters’ Spotty Ethical Record and Extreme Policy Positions Leave Many Questioning Her Fitness to Serve as Banking Chair

by Richard McCarty   Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA-43) represents all that is wrong with Washington, D.C., yet she is next in line to chair the House Financial Services Committee should Democrats seize control of the House. It should be noted that the Financial Services Committee has broad authority with jurisdiction…

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Missouri Appeals Ruling That Blocked Part of Voter Photo ID

Missouri’s top election official on Thursday said the state was appealing a judge’s ruling that blocked enforcement of parts of a voter photo identification law, adding that the ruling was causing “mass confusion” ahead of a key election for a U.S. Senate seat. Republican Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft (pictured)…

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Commentary: Democrats About to Discover Conservatives’ Angst That Lies Beneath

by Jeffrey A. Rendall   There’s mystery in what lies beneath. Or at least it’s true in conservative Republican circles, since the average citizen doesn’t go around shrieking, clutching offensive and abusive signs, disrupting formal government functions or carrying on like a spoiled five-year-old kindergartner who won’t lay down at…

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