The comfort zones of Fox News host Neil Cavuto and John Kasich overlapped this week with one more installment of the network’s ongoing effort to launch the Ohio governor as its presidential candidate of choice.
Although Kasich has coyly dismissed talk of a national candidacy at the top of the Republican ticket, it has not discouraged Cavuto and other foxy talking heads from celebrating the network’s former news host as the GOP’s compelling go-to guy in the already heaviliy forested field of presidential candidates. Besides, the governor is is hardly a Gen. Sherman when it comes to presidential ambition.
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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has never met a dubious legal argument he won’t commit Ohio to defend. He even goes out of his way to join in cases where Ohio has no compelling interest to go.
The most recent example is the amicus brief he wrote on behalf of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga. In fact he’s listed as lead attorney for the 19 other GOP-led states that have joined to protect the conservative religious liberty of persecuted corporations.
Like his fight to prevent a married gay couple from having a spouse listed on a death certificate, DeWine […]Full Story... →
Last week State Rep Andrew Brenner published an article titled “Public education in America is socialism, what is the solution?” on his wife’s Brenner Brief blog. Brenner opened his article quoting the definition of socialism from Wikipedia, explained how this applies to public schools, and then went on to offer his solution to “the problem.” “We need to do something that was done about 25 years ago in the former Soviet Union and eastern bloc,” Brenner wrote. “Sell off the existing buildings, equipment and real estate to those in the private sector. ”
Brenner argued that we need to “privatize everything”. […]Full Story... →