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Kasich Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot

April 19, 2011
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I’m not sure Governor John Kasich even knows what he is saying anymore. Like most republicans he has the GOP talking points engraved into his DNA. However, sometimes he says something that appears to be off script. If a staff member wrote it, Kasich should probably find him another job, if he didn’t, I...

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Ending Collective Bargaining is GOP’s First Step in Eliminating Unions

April 6, 2011
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Ending Collective Bargaining is GOP’s First Step in Eliminating Unions

Only 19 days left before I leave Wisconsin and head back to Central Ohio. It’s been ironic that I have been in two of the major states trying to end collective bargaining. Recently here in Wisconsin there has been an effort to recall State Senator Sheila Harsdorf. She was a supporter of Governor Scott...

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A Central Ohio Social Worker striving to bring justice to the City of Columbus and the State of Ohio through respectful conversation.

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  • Charities transform lost items into gifts for needy
    Among the hats, coats and gloves donated to charities this holiday season are lots of hats, coats and gloves given, well, by accident. […]
  • Woman who stole from blind group enters diversion program
    A Westerville woman has been placed on diversion and has paid restitution for stealing more than $25,000 while working as an administrative assistant for the American Council of the Blind of Ohio. […]
  • Veteran pilot dies after crashing plane in Union County
    MARYSVILLE, Ohio — An experienced military pilot who was a veteran of combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan died yesterday after crashing his plane near the runway of the Union County Airport during an aerobatic maneuver. […]
  • Mayor’s ex-wife gets 10 days in jail
    Frankie Coleman, the ex-wife of Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman, was sentenced yesterday to 10 days in jail, fined $575 and placed on probation for three years after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated. […]
  • Praise flows for Franklinton mission’s Pastor Joe
    The Rev. Joe Johnson was a bit irritated that The Dispatch wanted to publish a story about him. “I’m not a bragger,” he said. And, he noted, he was already in the newspaper, “about 50 years ago." Then, after consenting to an interview, the pastor scolded Inner City Ministries volunteer Jeff Baker for saying too many nice things about him. […]

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