Posts Tagged ‘ Campaign ’

Santorum Doesn’t Want to Make Life Better for Blacks

January 3, 2012
By
Santorum

Ex Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) and presidential candidate wants to reform welfare on the backs of black people. He said the following in Iowa. “I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them other people’s money.” “I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn their money and...

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Kasich Ignores Campaign Promise Again: Yes There’s More

May 27, 2011
By
David L. Brennan

A few days ago I posted about how three of Governor Kasich’s best friends were making a killing by opening lobbying firms. This despite Kasich’s campaign vow that there would be no special treatment for his supporters or special interests. Well, here we go again. A group of schools has sued David Brennan the...

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Kasich Ignores Campaign Promise

May 23, 2011
By
The Ruler

During his campaign for governor John Kasich stated there would be no favors for his supporters. Supposedly, he dislikes special interests. But an article today in the Columbus Dispatch casts doubt on that assertion. Three of Kasich’s best friends, Donald Thibaut, Robert F. Klaffke and Douglas J. Preisse, have set up lobbying operations. Amazingly,...

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  • Police: Suspected burglar beaten by homeowner dies of injuries
    A man who police say was beaten yesterday while trying to burglarize a South Side home has died. Columbus police officers found David M. Robinson, 33, at the corner of S. 6th Street and Woodrow Avenue at 8:30 p.m. […]
  • Thousands honor King's legacy
    About 4,000 people this morning paid tribute to the ideals of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Greater Columbus Convention Center at the 27th annual birthday breakfast. Organizers tout the event as one of the largest in the country. […]
  • Ohio ex-governor enjoys life away from politics
    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A former Ohio governor is enjoying life away from politics and the rigors of campaigning and is now focusing instead on education and community projects. […]
  • Marysville church holds service in school after fire
    MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Members of a central Ohio church lost to what officials say was arson held a weekend service in an elementary school gymnasium. […]
  • Franklin County irate over state funding change for mental-health services
    Ohio counties will have to work together to get $10.6 million for local mental-health services this year. Ohio Mental Health Director Tracy J. Plouck’s collaboration strategy, which will kick in on July 1, is praised by many smaller and midsize counties, but it is panned by David A. Royer, head of the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County. […]

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