The Ohio Highway Patrol has confirmed that it has opened up a felony criminal investigation against soon-to-be former Robert Mecklenborg’s obtaining a drivers’ license after falsely reporting that he had no pending violations in this or any other State as we first exclusively reported back on July 14th.
Mecklenborg is being investigated for a potential violation under Ohio’s tampering with records statute which makes it a third-degree felony to knowingly, with the purpose to defraud, falsify a record kept by the State government. (See, R.C. 2913.42(B)(4)).
Punishment of a third-degree felony could be one to […]Full Story... →
[Updated @ bottom with Brunner’s response]
This was in yesterday’s Columbus Dispatch:
As Gov. John Kasich rattled through his policy agenda during a speech to the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday, there was an audience member seated near the stage nodding in agreement.
Former Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, a Democrat.
“Not everyone agrees with those changes, but he’s making an effort. You can tell that he cares.” . . . Kasich is “dedicated to reforming Ohio,” Brunner said.
When you read a story and the only thing that your mind creates that makes a news story makes […]Full Story... →
In the final months of the 2010 gubernatorial campaign, Governor Strickland’s campaign and his allies in education starting warning people in rural districts that a vote for John Kasich was a vote to consolidate your kids local school district out of existence.
And the Kasich campaign called it a totally untrue “smear” designed to scare voters:
“John has never talked about consolidating schools. John has talked about sharing services," Kasich spokesman Rob Nichols told the Toledo Blade on Wednesday.
Kasich, at a campaign stop later that day, noted it was Halloween season and accused the Strickland campaign of making things […]Full Story... →
A reader recently contacted me about a video we posted a week ago of Kris Jordan and a mistake he made during his speech to a gun rights group. Jordan, you may remember, is the Ohio State Senator who is being investigated for pushing around his wife and running around his house drunk with a gun.
In the video, Jordan is talking to Ohioans for Concealed Carry (who, by the way, endorsed Strickland for Governor) about how he and his wife are both big-time gun fans.
About half way through, Jordan mentions that his wife gave him a […]Full Story... →
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