Governor DeWine Blasts Republican Controlled House for Lowering Gas Tax Proposal

Governor Mike DeWine aggressively condemned his fellow Republicans Monday for not supporting his gas tax increase in a candid interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer Editorial Board. During the interview, he accused them of outright endangering the safety of Ohioans statewide by not supporting his plan. DeWine, in one of…

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Michael Glassner Commentary EXCLUSIVE: First Time Voters Are Lining Up for President Trump

by Michael Glassner   President Trump is poised to pull off a repeat of the unconventional electoral strategy that propelled him to victory just over two years ago. Take a look at the 2016 election map, and you’ll find dozens of counties throughout the country that voted for Barack Obama…

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DeWine Praised by Democrats for Giving ‘Democratic State-of-the-State’

Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) recently delivered his first State of the State address, and Democrats in attendance loved what they heard. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley attended the occasion and was surprised at what she was hearing from the new Republican governor. “When a Republican governor gives a Democratic state-of-the-state speech,…

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Beto O’Rourke Launches a Bid for the Presidency

by Molly Prince   Former Democratic Texas Rep. Robert “Beto” O’Rourke announced Thursday he is officially running for the presidency in 2020. “This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us,” he said in a video announcing his candidacy. “The challenges that…

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Commentary: National Debt Could Top $100 Trillion by 2037 If Congress Ignores Trump Budget

by Robert Romano   The national debt, now $22 trillion, grew by almost $1.5 trillion in 2018 as spending in Washington, D.C. continues to outpace the growth of the economy and revenues. Since 1980, the U.S. national debt has grown an average of 8.8 percent every fiscal year, but during…

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In 420-0 Vote, US House Bill Calls for Mueller Report to Be Made Public

The House voted unanimously Thursday for a resolution calling for any final report in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation to be made public, a symbolic action designed to pressure Attorney General William Barr into releasing as much information as possible when the probe is concluded. The Democratic-backed resolution, which…

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Mueller’s ‘Pit Bull’ Is Leaving, Signaling That Russia Probe Is Nearly Over

by Chuck Ross   A Justice Department official described as special counsel Robert Mueller’s “pit bull” is leaving the Russia investigation, signaling that the probe is nearing its end. Andrew Weissmann will leave the special counsel’s office to study and teach law at New York University, NPR first reported. “Andrew…

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San Jose Police Sergeant Speaks Out Against Sanctuary State Laws After Woman’s Death

by Nick Givas   San Jose Police Sgt. Paul Kelly spoke out against sanctuary state laws on “Fox & Friends” Thursday after an illegal immigrant stabbed a 59-year-old woman to death in California. Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza was a known gang member who allegedly killed Bambi Larson in her own…

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US General: Google’s Work in China Benefiting China’s Military

The United States’ top general said on Thursday that the Chinese military was benefiting from the work Alphabet Inc’s Google was doing in China, where the technology giant has long sought to have a bigger presence. “The work that Google is doing in China is indirectly benefiting the Chinese military,”…

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Left-Wing SPLC Abruptly Fires Co-Founder Morris Dees

by Peter Hasson   The Southern Poverty Law Center fired co-founder Morris Dees on Wednesday, the left-wing nonprofit announced on Thursday. The group, which is known to label pedestrian conservative organizations as “hate groups,” is a key resource for Amazon, Google and other tech companies in policing “hate speech.” “Effective…

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