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Ohio Politics

Cincinnati City Council Elections Will Impact Every American

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The headline makes a bold claim, but Cincinnati casts a footprint far beyond its boundaries.  Cincinnati’s nine city council members are collectively one of the more progressive legislative bodies in the U.S., yet seated in the conservative heart of Ohio.  In spite of Detroit’s bad example – unfunded pensions, excessive employees per capita and allegiance … Continue reading »

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Categories: Conservatism, Economics, Fiscal Responsibility, Ohio Politics, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

Ohio Legislators Pave the Way for Obamacare and Navigators

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On March 19, Ohio’s Senate passed Substitute S.B. 9 to set training and certification standards for health insurance ‘navigators’ as required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).  Navigators will play a pivotal role; educating and facilitating enrollment of hundreds of thousands of Ohioans into qualified health insurance plans through the federal health … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Obamacare, Ohio Budget, Ohio Politics, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Ohio’s Medicaid Expansion May Be Kasich’s Waterloo

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Ohioans are bombarded with media hype promoting Governor Kasich’s endorsement of Medicaid Expansion in Ohio. The misinformation from the Governor’s office does a disservice to Ohio’s uninsured residents and heralds the decline of health care for every Buckeye.  Expanding Medicaid is the vehicle to cover Ohio’s uninsured as required under the Patient Protection and Affordable … Continue reading »

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Categories: Fiscal Responsibility, Obamacare, Ohio Budget, Ohio Politics, U.S. Constitution | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Conservative Grassroots Confront the Unions

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Josh Mandel’s conservative grassroots supporters went toe-to-toe with a surly union coalition on October 25 in Cincinnati. Supporters of both candidates gathered outside a Cincinnati television studio on October 25 prior to the final debate between Senator Sherrod Brown and Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, hoping to lend a positive boost and propel their candidate to … Continue reading »

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The Sun Revolves Around the Swing Voter

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Every American grassroots activist and political campaign is focused on the swing voter.  In the 2012 election cycle, the lion’s share of campaign resources;  time, volunteer efforts, and money are devoted to learning about the preferences  of this group.  Identification is followed by more money funneled into messaging geared to these still undecided voters.  Swing … Continue reading »

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Ohio, “The Heart of it All”

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The headline slogan, “Ohio, the Heart of it all” was once a prominent feature on license plates and a successful promotion of a prosperous state with a great economic base.  Those days seem like ancient history, as government regulation and taxation discouraged investment and taxes motivated our successful seniors to consider Florida or other low … Continue reading »

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A Time for Choosing

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If you’re a Ohioan and a Conservative, the world is once again focused on your every decision.   Now, more than ever before, it is critical that  Ohioans are confident in their values and beliefs.  The mainstream media remain confounded that conservatives won’t swallow manufactured narratives about the evils of free markets, the war on women, … Continue reading »

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Will Kasich and Legislature Become Victims of Success

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In 2010, 20 state legislatures and 17 Governor’s offices saw a swing in leadership back to the GOP.  Once the citizens realized the President, Democratic Congress and state legislatures were unwilling to cut spending and institute pro-growth business policy they handed control to the GOP.  With vigilant taxpayers holding them accountable, the new GOP states … Continue reading »

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Failure of Senate Joint Resolution 37 Brings on the Pain

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Grassroots activists and electricity rate payers throughout Ohio were urged to contact Senators Portman and Brown, and urge them to vote for S.J. resolution 37 which would stop the destructive Utility MACT rule from being implemented by the EPA.  Although Senator Portman voted for the resolution, his vote along with 45 Senators was insufficient to … Continue reading »

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Categories: 2012 Election Coverage, Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Ohio Politics, the EPA | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Will Fracking Taxes End Ohio’s Budget Woes

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Most Ohioans are now aware the Buckeye State may be the Saudi Arabia of natural gas due to advancements in horizontal drilling and shale fracking.  We are blessed to have massive deposits of shale in Eastern Ohio and twice-blessed that energy producers are eagerly leasing property and exploring with gusto.  At the same time, the … Continue reading »

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