As you probably already heard John Kasich has changed his mind again, this time choosing to reverse his earlier decision to bar the press from his swearing in ceremony while severely limiting press access to his inaugural events.
Unfortunately no one on John Kasich’s team – including Kasich himself – seems to be able to provide a consistent answer as to why the action was taken in the first place or why the decision was reversed.
First we’re told by Kasich’s press team that the Governor doesn’t want the press at his house when he’s sworn in because […]Full Story... →
Multiple media outlets are reporting this afternoon that the Kasich Inaugural Committee has majorly reversed course and arranged for Kasich’s actual swearing in ceremony to take place in the State Senate chamber and not his private house. The media is welcome to cover it.
Also, the Inauguration Committee announced that it has loosened its restrictions on the inauguration events and now the media will be free to cover the event, and not just formal remarks. Still unclear whether the press is still prohibited from interview the attendees at the event, however.
It kind of begs the question: why didn’t they […]Full Story... →
Pretty much summarizes everything we’ve seen since the election.
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If you visited the blog page of John Kasich’s website around 1:50PM yesterday you might have seen something like this:
The title of the website had be changed to “Buy Ultram Without Prescription” and the text of most of the blog posts had been altered to include drug-related key words like “Buy Ultram no prescription. Ultram san diego. Ultram in uk. Buy Ultram online no prescription. Delivered overnight Ultram.”
Before you ask, NO – I didn’t do this.
I actually had to look up ultram to figure out what it was.
According to drugs.com: “Ultram is […]Full Story... →