Each year Cincinnati Right to Life sends questionnaires to candidates around Ohio. The respondents are typically Republicans looking for an endorsement from the anti-abortion group and they run the gamut: local judicial candidates to Ohio Supreme Court justices, state rep hopefuls to the governor of Ohio.
Over the next few weeks we will reviewing the 100+ candidate questionnaires included below, highlighting the often scary, sometimes confusing and very rarely enlightened responses Ohio’s elected officials and candidates have provided to CRTL.
In the meantime, we encourage you to take a look for yourself and to let us know what you think!Full Story... →
When I am trying to absorb a monotonal speech by Ohio Atty. Gen. Mike DeWine why do I feel I should be sitting in a pew? As I’ve noted in the past, DeWine comes across as bottled goodness. He’s the people’s lawyer, the righteous guy to defend the law, the go-to family man to protect all that is wholesome in American life. Still, Biblical scholars will tell you that there is nothing specific in the Book about modern pay-to-play.
There is nothing in his words to lead you to believe that this 67-year-old social conservative is the same wheeler-dealer who […]Full Story... →
Is Ohio Gov. John Kasich thinking about and actively pursuing a presidential run in 2016 despite repeated weasel comments that he’s not? You would be fooling yourself if you answered no. Gov. Kasich, now 62-years old, has reached his highest office to date in his long and lucrative career as an elected public official. From state senator to congressman to governor, the messiah of reform knows his last chance to grab the national spotlight in his totally transparent campaign to both downplay and accelerate his name as a real presidential contender in two years won’t last long.
Having already jetted […]Full Story... →