I’m going to remind any in the media of comments like this the next time they’re thinking of even listening to this loser.Full Story... →
At least for me. I wrote almost two years ago that Lebron’s arrival in Cleveland was a bigger deal for me than most. Whatever happens tonight, that’s not gonna change. It has been a privilege to be able to watch this man play basketball in my home team’s colors, and I won’t ever watch another athlete of this stature, as regularly, for as long as I live, in any sport, let alone in my hometown.
If Lebron does leave tonight, I’ll be in mourning for a while. A good long while. But this Cavs fan will be thanking Lebron […]Full Story... →
Matt Naugle rushes to declare, even before LeBron’s announcement, that Ted Strickland “loves the income tax” more than the Cavs.
What will liberals think of LeBron James for skirting his civic responsibility by leaving Cleveland? Doesn’t he know that Cuyahoga County, with some of the highest property taxes anywhere, along with one of the worst tax climates in the country, we need him here to pay for state services?
Actually, Naugle cites a CNBC story that uses numbers from the conservative anti-progressive tax “think” tank, the Tax Foundation, that claims that when you factor in the income tax […]Full Story... →
Judging by the sudden Twitter chatter on the right, the Tiberi campaign really wants to try to downplay the fight he has on his hands against Franklin County Commissioner Paula Brooks.
Because why else would you see so much high-fiving over an internal campaign poll done by a highly disregarded pollster?
The National Journal’s Hotline On Call Blog reported the Tiberi campaign’s press release on the poll that was magically simultaneously picked up by just about every conservative twitter account in Ohio. Again, these guys really couldn’t be more transparent.
The poll, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, shows […]Full Story... →