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Truth and Rules Pose No Hurdles for Schmidt

1 Comment · Wednesday, March 7, 2012
In all likelihood, Congresswoman Jean Schmidt will be safely on her way to running in the November general election by the time this column is published. Although I’m writing this on March 6, the day of Ohio’s primary elections, and Schmidt is facing three opponents for the Republican nomination.  

GOP Shows True Colors in Tax Showdown

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Here's a newsflash for Tea Partiers: You've been played like a fiddle by your so-called friends in the Republican Party. And don't start scoffing, progressives. Your chosen presidential candidate who now sits in the Oval Office has reneged on yet another of the few rock-solid pledges he made during his campaign two years ago.  

Conservative Icons Bash Tax Cut Plan

2 Comments · Wednesday, August 4, 2010
You know when the two men many conservatives have most admired on economic issues during the past 30 years say extending the Bush tax cuts would be harmful, it truly must be a dreadful idea. But that's exactly what former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan and former director of the Office of Management and Budget David Stockman believe.  

March 31-April 6: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 7, 2010
We at WWE! don't like some things because they make us mad: traffic, static cling, cats with pink noses, male politicians, really tall people, music, Ford Mustangs and getting hit on the elbow. But even worse than all these things combined? Movies. The manager of a new theater in Kenwood wants to help make the moviegoing experience more enjoyable by serving alcohol. The Sycamore Township Board of Trustees is expected to approve the liquor license.  

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