From the daily archives: Thursday, August 29, 2013

As Gov. Kasich laid out his case as a defender of the poor (except the lazy ones) in a radio interview, with inspired Biblical infusions, it inevitably drew some of us back to another day when he was a congressman and chairman of the House Budget Committee.

It was in 1995 when he was less than charitable to the the folks at the bottom of the economic ladder. At that time, he was enlisted by House Speaker Newt Gingrich to cut and paste a budget that would offset a $348 billion revenue loss in tax cuts. Kasich saw it […]

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