The Freedom From Religion Foundation got all the details right when it posted a billboard featuring the friendly face of Dylan Galos in Columbus, Ohio. The billboard, which featured the words “I can be good without God,” wasn’t posted on public land or with public
Americans Elect, the 501c4 corporation with plans to nominate its own candidates for President and Vice President of the United States, has been busy through the Christmas season while the rest of us have been sipping egg nog. In Arizona, Americans Elect has registered as
Rich Iott isn’t just wrong for Congress because he dressed up as a Nazi. He’s wrong because his extremist politics would create a historical re-enactment of the worst mistakes of the last generation.
In the Ohio Senate contest between Rob Portman and Lee Fisher, an Ipsos pollster declares that “Portman is really solidifying his lead — it’s starting to look insurmountable…. Fisher hasn’t been able to raise his profile enough to make a dent.” Why hasn’t Lee Fisher
Strategically and ethically, the heavy flow of corporate money into Steve Austria’s campaign accounts doesn’t add up. His opponent hasn’t even raised two thousand dollars!
Republican congressional candidate Steve Stivers signed his name to a campaign advertisement this week, declaring of his opponent in Ohio’s 15th District that “Mary Jo Kilroy can’t hide from her 98.4% voting record with Nancy Pelosi.” I’ll come right to the point. This claim by
Steve Wessler asks two important questions in Wednesday’s Portland Press Herald: The Ku Klux Klan has deep Christian roots. Would Americans rise up in anger if a Christian group proposed to build a church near the site of a Klan killing? In 1856, a period
“Them who pay the piper call the tune.” Who does Representative Patrick Tiberi represent? Well, who’s paying the piper? The most frequent source of contributions to Pat Tiberi in the 2009-2010 election cycle is an energy corporation called American Electric Power. 48 contributions by the
On the subject of jobs, congressman Patrick Tiberi likes to talk tough, declaring over and over again what Congress must do to bring jobs back to America: Jobs, not health care, should be the focus of Congress and the president, U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-Genoa
In this year’s race for Ohio’s 12th District seat in Congress, Democratic challenger Paula Brooks has received more in campaign contributions from the people of Ohio ($723,795) than Republican incumbent Patrick Tiberi has ($712,701). In total campaign dollars, however, Pat Tiberi holds an immense advantage,
Does this “Tea Party” group support card check for voting or not? It depends upon which way the winds of convenience are blowing.