Ohio Cities Partake in Pro-Abortion ‘Stop the Bans’ Protests

  Pro-abortion activists across the country organized “Stop the Bans” rallies on Tuesday, several of which occurred in Ohio. In Columbus, protesters lined the streets outside of Gov. Mike DeWine’s office, chanting: “Keep abortions safe and legal!” Several protesting outside the governor’s office for the ‘Stop the Ban’ protest pic.twitter.com/kda5faqQpl…

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Just Half of Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Patients Are Actually Buying the Product

  Only 49 percent of Ohioans registered with the state’s medical marijuana program are actually purchasing the product, according to the latest numbers released by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program. As of April 30, there were 31,075 registered patients in the program with recommendations from a doctor, but only…

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Cleveland Councilman Introduces Resolution to Change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

  Cleveland Councilman Basheer Jones introduced an “emergency resolution” Monday to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The resolution calls on the City of Cleveland to recognize “the annexation of indigenous homelands for the building of our nation.” “Citizens have a responsibility to oppose the systematic racism towards indigenous…

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Lara Trump Discusses the U.S. Economy, the 2020 Election, and More with AM1420 The Answer’s Bob Franz

  White House advisor Lara Trump joined Cleveland-based talked Bob Franz Monday morning to talk about the booming US economy, the rising popularity of “socialism,” the 2020 campaign, and much more. Franz: She is the daughter in law as well as an advisor to the President of the United States,…

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Recording of Cleveland Speech Reveals Young Joe Biden Making Sexist Jokes, Using Word ‘Negro,’ Defending Republicans Against Watergate Criticisms

  The City Club of Cleveland recently released an archived recording of a May 1973 address then Sen. Joe Biden gave to the city’s popular free speech forum. The recording reveals Biden, who was then a 30-year-old, first-term senator from Delaware, making sexist jokes, using the word “Negro,” and defending…

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Lawsuit: Ohio’s Metro Health Rescinded Job Offer for Woman Who Refused Flu Shot on Religious Grounds

  A Cleveland woman is claiming that she was denied a job in Ohio’s Metro Health System after she refused to get a flu vaccination on religious grounds. According to a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, India Pouge was offered a job…

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’60 Minutes’ Discovers Opioid Silk-Road from China to Akron

  The CBS weekly show 60 Minutes recently discovered a drug route leading into Ohio. The CBS team found that fentanyl plants in Shanghai have been trafficking their product through Akron. Guanghua Zheng, a free citizen of Shanghai, is a wanted man in America. Zheng illegally imported fentanyl and other…

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Ambulances Called Twice This Month Alone for Hemorrhaging Abortion Patients at Cleveland’s Preterm Clinic

Cleveland’s Preterm abortion clinic has had to place two 911 calls in the month of April alone after patients were bleeding “heavy” in response to abortion procedures. The incidents were exposed by Operation Rescue, who obtained the 911 recordings from both events. The first medical emergency occurred on April 5,…

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Cleveland Must Pay $50,000 to Communist Flag Burner Arrested Outside of 2016 RNC

  The City of Cleveland agreed to a $50,000 settlement Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by Steven Fridley, who was arrested outside of the 2016 Republican National Convention for burning the American flag. Fridley was charged with obstructing official business, aggravated disturbance of peace, and disobeying a lawful order, but…

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The Bob Frantz Authority on WHK Radio in Cleveland Talks to State Rep Candace Keller About the Heartbeat Bill

Bob Frantz interviewed State Rep. Candace Keller about the recently passed Heartbeat Bill, on 1420 AM the Answer  WHK on Thursday. Here’s the transcript: Frantz: Certainly there are a lot of important faith-based organizations that helped to accomplish what was accomplished last week in Columbus. As our state legislature and…

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