From the daily archives: Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Ohio Gov. John Kasich found another safe, non-threatening venue to push his radical Republican agenda that includes a federal balanced budget amendment in Arizona.  Though we suspect not one Arizona legislator will confront the Lord’s choice for governor in Ohio this year, especially when it comes to why he’s silent on spending nearly $1 billion on charter schools that have failed miserably when stacked up against their public school counterparts. But a report released Wednesday by the The Thomas B. Fordham Institute, a conservative think tank that authorizes charters in Ohio, shows negative findings overall for students in charters.

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There are said to be leaked classified reports that NASA’s scientists are throbbing with so much confidence after finding possible ancient life on Mars during its Curiosity rover mission that there is already talk of setting up the next more challenging  mission:  Sending Curiosity over the cratered U.S. House Representatives in hopes of detecting life forms.   “That would be  a huge undertaking,” said one spacey source. “But think of the size of the benefits on behalf of all Americans if it worked”.

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich is scheduled to be in Phoenix Wednesday to pitch the Arizona legislature on passing a resolution backing a proposal for a federal balanced budget amendment.

Hoping to raise his standing among possible 2016 GOP presidential contenders from bottom dweller to something higher, Gov. Kasich continues his stealth campaign for President of the United states with a national public relations roadshow to gain needed exposure for the 62-year old hard-right politician whose success in the Buckeye State depends on a friendly Republican-dominated legislature giving him most of what he wants.

When Ohio’s glib term-limited governor started […]

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