Shortly after Governor Kasich introduced his latest budget bill a few weeks ago (HB472), it was split up into a series of different bills that addressed different topics and was distributed to the appropriate House committees. The education components were written up as House Bill 487 and sent to the House Education Committee. Last week, that bill quietly passed out of the committee (and is expected to be considered by the full House on April 9) with a variety of small changes and with one very significant addition.
House Bill 487 would require every student attending a private […]Full Story... →
Did somebody hurt Charles Koch’s feelings? You know, the CEO of Koch Industries, a vast enterprise big enough to be its own country managed by hand-picked servile Republicans.
It certainly seemed that the politically active billionaire felt bruised by villainous opponents as he spoke out hurtfully in the op-ed piece he wrote for the Wall Street Journal. Let him explain:
“Instead of encouraging free and open debate, collectivists strive to discredit and intimidate opponents. They engage in character assassination ( I should know, as the almost daily target of their attacks). This is the approach that Arthur […]Full Story... →
Hans: Yeah, pay attention, because we’re not working for nothing here!
Franz: Yeah. Listen to me now, and believe me later: you know, if you don’t think this matters, you know.. maybe we should take a belt to your buttocks muscle until it’s all black and blue and swollen!
The judge will issue a formal ruling in April 14, 2014. After that date, Ohio will be compelled to recognize same sex marriages performed […]Full Story... →
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