Obama Coming to Ohio to Stump for Fellow Democrat DC Insider Richard Cordray

Richard Cordray and Barack Obama

Former President Obama has placed Ohio atop his to-do list for states in need of a few more Democrats to swing the political agenda leftward. He sees Richard Cordray, who served as one of his key regulators for six years in Washington, as a big part of the equation in…

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Scholars Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt Expose Universities and Their ‘Coddling’ of the American Mind

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by George Leef   In 2015, Greg Lukianoff (president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) and Jonathan Haidt (professor of ethical leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business) wrote an article for The Atlantic entitled “The Coddling of the American Mind.” In that article, the authors…

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Sherrod Brown Accuses Judge Kavanaugh of ‘Siding’ with Insurance Companies While Taking $700,000 from Insurance Lobby

Sherrod Brown

Sen. Sherrod Brown’s (D-OH) favorite criticism of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is that he would be too friendly toward big insurance corporations and “special interests.” But as an elected member of the U.S. House and Senate, Brown’s has shown no aversion to campaign cash from big corporations in the…

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Rental Scooter Fan Wants Columbus Government to Scoot Away from Regulating Ride-Sharing Devices

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One Columbus e-scooter aficionado is doing some community organizing – against heavy-handed government regulation that is starting to congest free-market efforts to provide alternative transit options. Donovan O’Neil formed a group called Scooter Customers Organized to Oppose Temporary, Excessive Regulation, or appropriately enough, S.C.O.O.T.E.R. O’Neil said he formed the grassroots…

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Twenty-Five Straight Minutes Of People Illegally Crossing The US Border Through Arizona Ranch

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by Will Racke   Arizona rancher John Chilton’s 50,000-acre spread along the U.S.-Mexico border is allegedly ground zero for human smugglers, drug cartel members and illegal immigrants, and he has videos showing trespassers sneaking through his property. A fifth-generation cattleman, the 79-year-old Chilton has long warned the government about the…

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Jim Renacci Criticizes Sherrod Brown’s Opposition to SCOTUS Nomination of Kavanaugh

Jim Renacci, Sherrod Brown

Ohio Republicans’ U.S. Senate hopeful and current congress member Jim Renacci (R-OH-16) took aim at the Democrats’ partisan theater, and singled out incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in particular for his performance at the time and expense of the American people during this week’s Confirmation Hearings of President Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee,…

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A New Report Shows Paris Climate Accord Backers Are Just ‘Outsourcing’ CO2 Emissions To China


by Michael Bastach   When President Donald Trump unveiled plans to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord last year, he voiced his concern the Obama-era deal would amount to an international wealth transfer. Trump pointed out the Paris accord “doesn’t eliminate coal jobs, it just transfers those jobs…

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New Poll Has Cordray-DeWine in Dead Heat Entering Final Two Months of Gubernatorial Race

Mike Dewine, Richard Cordray

A new Ohio poll shows the two candidates for governor running neck and neck while Republicans hold razor-thin leads in most of the other statewide races. Innovation Ohio, a “progressive” think tank, released a poll Thursday showing Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray locked in a dead heat for…

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