They use their billions to fund the supposedly ‘grass roots’ Tea Party, buy politicians and push laws to erode your rights. If you don’t who the Koch brothers are, here’s a beginner’s guide.
by Egberto Willies •
Another Republican governor came to reality and accepted Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
With the end of the year approaching, let’s take a look at which conservative politicians we should be watching closely in 2013
by Tom Joad •
The National Police Union has a long memory – and will not be backing Willard M. Romney for President – breaking away from the Republican ticket for the first time in twelve years.
If Kasich truly cares about the fish and freshwater provided by Lake Erie, he should grow a spine and stand against his party and the oil industry and sign the ban on fracking.
by Leah Taylor •
A political rant on the true death panel, voter apathy
by Lynnrockets •
The 2012 Republican Circular Firing Squad has been convened. Ready!…Aim!…Fire!
by Kimberley Johnson •
House Republicans in Ohio are moving to defund Planned Parenthood by Memorial Day. They have added a provision that would significantly reduce or eliminate funding by $1.7 million administered by the Department of Health.
by Rebecca Cassady •
Hearing these two small words always makes me smile. ‘MIC CHECK! MIC CHECK!’
by Michael Hayne •
The anti-union law was set up to severely limit the bargaining abilities of 350,000 unionized public workers. With more than a quarter of the votes counted late Tuesday, 63 percent of votes were to reject the law. Even more impressive, it seems more people voted “no” on Ohio bill 5 than who voted “yes” for Governor Kasich.
by Michael Hayne •
President Obama’s reelection team has already concluded that Romney will most likely be the man whom Obama faces in the 2012 general election. Aides and advisors to Obama are already centering the president’s reelection campaign on an all out assault of Mitt Romney’s complete and utter lack of conviction and dubious business background.
by Mitchell S. Gilbert •
As a result of that inaction, convicted animal abuser, Terry Thompson was able to acquire his own private zoo that included over 50 animals. Many, were large, exotic and endangered animals, native too much warmer climates. Most of Thompson’s wild animals were forced to live in tiny cages.