john kasich ohio
Few biblical characters get more scorn than "The Unforgiving Servant," who asks for help from a superior, but denies it to a lower-ranked servant. Donald Trump may be doing the same thing, complaining how Republican leaders are trying to oust him from the election, just as he uses the exact same tactics to remove John Kasich from the race.
The absence of Donald Trump was a breath of fresh air, providing all of us with a greater focus on the issues. But the temperamental Trump wasn't the only loser, as some of the GOP candidates stumbled during the Fox News Channel debate.
A Washington Post report reveals that Kasich slashed public school funding by half a billion dollars, boosting state spending on charter schools, despite the quality concerns. In fact, the Ohio now spends more per charter school pupil than it does for public school student, while costs have been passed on to local government just to keep their schools open.
Two recessions, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Bush-era tax cuts are largely to blame. The annual growth of the federal
The Ohio legislature approved the renewable energy and efficiency standards in 2008, when it passed them almost unanimously
All those rights Americans cherish, those fundamental human and political freedoms protected by the U.S. Constitution, Republicans contend those aren't really inalienable rights or anything solid or permanent like that.
FitzGerald will face off against former tow-truck operator Larry Ealy in a Democratic primary on May 6. The Cleveland Plain
Ted Stevenot, a tea party leader in Ohio and former president of the Ohio Liberty Coalition, announced over the weekend that he had decided against challenging Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) in the state's gubernatorial primary, only a week after he had seemed ready to run.
The executive director of the Portage County Tea Party, Tom Zawistowski, told The Associated Press that heavy media attention
The protest comes after Kasich said last month he would accept the Obama administration's expansion of Medicaid, as part