So, apparently, there are a ton of people in State government and the Columbus Dispatch who are interested in reading about Nash’s romantic relationship with the House Republicans’ Communication Director Megan Piwowar. Seriously, the #1 and #3 posts read today was just about them, and that’s mostly from people from the Dispatch and State Government computers (naughty, naughty) was reading about them.
So, I have potentially terribly news for you Nash-Piwowar watchers. Rumor has it that Mr. Nash was in Chicago last week interviewing with the Chicago Tribune. No word on whether Megan was aware of this or what their […]Full Story... →
You’re not going to find me at a Marc Dann Fan Club meeting. I didn’t support him in the primary in 2006. I openly wrote that his attorney disciplinary history was a major liability for the general election. And I made the legal and political case for Marc Dann’s impeachment. However, today’s blog post by Steve Nash at the Dispatch’s Daily Briefing Blog is nothing more than tabloid Dann bashing… two years after Dann left the public eye.
For no apparently reason, Steve Nash feels it necessary to report to the public at large that the recently divorced […]Full Story... →
News Corp., the parent company of Rupert Murdoch’s “liberal” media empire that includes the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, and Fox News was recently revealed to have donated $1 million to the Republican Governors Association. The first time a media company has been seen actually lending financial support to a political party on campaigns it regularly “covers.” I have to say “covers” in quotation marks because the coverage of the Ohio Governor’s race has been unusually one-sided.
The RGA has spent a reported $2 million on Kasich’s campaign. Rupert Murdoch and his wife have donated $20,000 […]Full Story... →
Mike DeWine took in over three times from the Ohio Republican Party that Richard Cordray took in from the Ohio Democratic Party. In fact, in the final week of the reporting period, a majority of DeWine’s donations came from the Ohio GOP.
So, of course, the Columbus Dispatch’s Daily Briefing Blog criticizes Cordray for how much he took from ODP.
Makes perfect sense.Full Story... →
On Sunday, with much fanfare, the Cleveland Plain Dealer announced that they were forming a “partnership” with PolitiFact:
PolitiFact Ohio is a joint venture of The Plain Dealer; its online affiliate, cleveland.com; and PolitiFact.com, a national Pulitzer Prize-winning website that helps sort out the true from the false in politics.
Our reporters and editors, working on PolitiFact’s scale, will examine the accuracy of politicians’ claims, advertisements, speeches, talking points and accusations. We’ll then rate the statements on the Truth-O-Meter, choosing among True, Mostly True, Half True, Barely True, and False. The most outrageous falsehoods get the […]Full Story... →
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