Ohio Mainstream Media Defends Richard Cordray’s Abysmal Record on Crimes Against Women

Richard Cordray

Mike DeWine ousted Richard Cordray from the Ohio Attorney General’s office in 2010, defeating him at the polls and replacing him as the state’s top law enforcement officer. As such, DeWine has an insider’s view of how Cordray ran the AG’s office. In a recently launched TV ad, DeWine uses…

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Thirteen Illegal Immigrants Indicted After ICE Detained Over 100 at Ohio Company

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by Neetu Chandak   Thirteen illegal immigrants were indicted for immigration-related offenses Wednesday as a result of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arresting more than 100 workers at a Ohio food company in June. The 13 were indicted on charges of providing false statements of citizenship and presenting fake…

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Socialist State Senate Candidate in NY Caught Lying About Supposed ‘Working-Class Background’

Julia Salazar

by Joe Simonson   A socialist millennial running for a state senate seat in New is facing further scrutiny about her campaign after her brother implied she has been dishonest about her family upbringing in several interviews with leftist outlets. Julia Salazar, an ally Democratic Socialists of America member Alexandria…

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Ohio: The Buckeye Institute Nominated for National Award for Work on Union Worker Voting Rights

Buckeye Institute

Think tank The Buckeye Institute is one of three finalists for a national award in the category of Best Issue Campaign. The Buckeye Institute was nominated for the “Worker Voting Rights” campaign.  The Bob Williams Awards for Outstanding Policy Achievement celebrate state think tanks that develop credible research to help states…

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Confusion In Super Close Alaska Primary After 17 Voter Registrations Trace Back To A Single Mobile Home


by Evie Fordham   A potential investigation hangs over an Alaska State House Republican primary after the race came down to a few votes, but irregularities like 17 voter registrations that trace back to a single mobile home address caught the attention of the Alaska Division of Elections. Incumbent Gabrielle…

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Report: Google And Mastercard Strike Secret Deal To Track Customers In-Store Purchases

by Kyle Perisic   Google and Mastercard have reportedly struck a secret deal to monitor users’ in-store purchases, to collect data on what Google ads have resulted in purchases. After years of negotiations, Google paid Mastercard millions of dollars for its customer data, Bloomberg reported Thursday, citing two anonymous sources. The two could…

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Commentary: Yes, Aliens, Including Illegal Aliens, Vote in Our Elections

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by CHQ Staff   Back in February of 2017 Time Magazine’s Wendy Weiser And Douglas Keith published “The Actually True and Provable Facts About Non-Citizen Voting,” claiming that “Like voter fraud generally, non-citizen voting is incredibly rare. Simply put, we already know that ineligible non-citizens do not vote in American…

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Aftab Pureval Worked on Behalf of Communist Government of Nepal While Employed by Washington, D.C. Law Firm

Aftab Pureval

Democrat Aftab Pureval, who is trying to unseat incumbent Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH-01) in the First Congressional District, worked four years at a global corporate law firm, the Washington, D.C.-based White & Case. His years at White & Case are the subject of a new TV ad airing in Cincinnati…

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