So now the conversation turns to taxes. How absolutely boring.
But here comes President Trump, relieved of his other duties, with an endless list of applause lines to encourage you to forget that he described Roy Moore of Alabama as destined to become a “great senator and I’m very happy with him.”
Birthers and anti-gays, unite! God now has your back in Birmingham with a crossroads pistol-packing preacher representing you in the Senate.
For Trump, he finally owns the center ring to show us how with tax reform, four plus four can add up to nine or whatever, with cuts […]Full Story... →
Did you hear the latest breaking news? Ohio Gov. John Kasich was caught on camera, on TV, begging for his next job – and he did it on taxpayer time. Getting away with phony baloney rhetoric is easy because today’s media doesn’t give a hoot what trained politicos like Kasich do back home, just as long as they say the right stuff on air.
National media’s sticky web only sticks to national issues. When a sitting governor like Ohio’s petulant CEO boasts that he runs the nation’s seventh largest state, when he’s mostly out of that state and has little […]Full Story... →
With his criticism of NFL players who refuse to stand for the National Anthem, Donald Trump has indisputably proven that he is morally unfit to be President of the United States. Democrats’ responsibility to restore our country’s greatness has become a moral imperative. We must start with the working class whites who are Trump’s most enthusiastic supporters.
Democrats are overanalyzing Trump. The reality is that he became president by playing to peoples’ fears instead of their hopes because he knows angry people don’t think. The majority of Trump voters want positive changes because the everyday people who make America work […]Full Story... →
Ohio Democratic governor candidate Betty Sutton called on the legislature Wednesday to enact an emergency measure requiring the Ohio Department of Education to take responsibility for evaluating and verifying the accuracy of all components of any charter school’s application to be designated a dropout prevention and recovery school, including the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT).
Under Sutton’s measure, a press release announced, the legislature would also establish clear standards for the dropout prevention and recovery school designation, including setting a firm percentage of students who must be at-risk and what constitutes an at-risk student.
Sutton said the legislation is necessary because […]Full Story... →