Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
A state judge in Ohio has ruled that 17-year olds can vote in Ohio. That would help Bernie the looney leftist and it definitely corrupts the vote. The hill reported that an Ohio judge has granted teenagers who will turn 18 before Election Day the right to vote in the state’s presidential primary elections in a new decision that could boost Bernie Sanders’s chances in the state on Tuesday. Sanders sued to make this […]
Bernie Sanders as with Barack Obama holds to the meme that the younger they are the more gullible they are. Both are on to something. Clinton could only wish that she could work her magic on future useful idiots.
Breaking: Timothy J. McGinty, Prosecutor for Cuyahoga County a little while ago held a press conference where he broke the news that a grand jury has declined to bring criminal charges against police officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback in the 2014 shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice (photo above).
An Ohio grand jury has decided not to return an indictment in the 2014 police shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, prosecutor Tim McGinty said Monday.
A recent FBI video analysis shows Tamir “was drawing his gun from his waist as the police slid toward him and Officer Loehmann exited the car,” McGinty said. After the shooting, officers discovered it was in fact a toy gun.
To charge Officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback even in a situation which was “undeniably tragic,” McGinty said, “the state must be able to show that the officers acted outside the constitutional boundaries set forth by the Supreme Court of these United States” […]
— Brooke Baldwin (@BrookeBCNN) December 28, 2015
Power plant on Lake Erie, Flickr [CC BY 2.0]
Washington Free Beacon by Morgan Chalfant
Bernard Schwartz, a New York billionaire who supports environmental regulations such as cap and trade, gave $10,000 to the Ohio Democratic Party backing Ted Strickland in his bid for Senate.
Strickland has previously come under fire for his work at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a liberal Washington, D.C., think tank that promotes anti-coal policies, as he seeks to win support from Ohio’s coal-country voters.
While Strickland faces a Democratic primary competitor in 31-year-old Cincinnati city councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, the Ohio Democratic Party hastily backed Strickland […]
Anthony and Autumn Nelson, of Wharton, have two kids in Riverdale Schools in Hancock County. Their 6-year-old son, Ian, is a kindergartner. In surveillance video provided by the family on May 7, Ian is shown walking to the school bathroom.
When he comes out a short time later, his teacher confronts him. She grabs him and picks him up against the wall. Seconds later, she grabs him by the face and then by the shirt. His head flops back as she picks him up off the floor.
Ian’s parents are furious.
On Tuesday, the teacher was suspended for 10 days.
‘I would consider what would happen to myself, if I were to do that to her. If I were to do that to her, I would go to jail,’ said Anthony Nelson, Ian’s father…..
Ian’s parents would like to see the teacher terminated and as for the ten-day suspension, it is nothing more than an opportunity for this teacher to begin her summer vacation early. After all, the school is for the summer in ten days.
While, the ten-day suspension intended to be a punishment of sort, it is insignificant.
Finally, the district should begin an investigation going back thirteen years to the date this woman began teaching. The odds are that she has mistreated her students before.
Now this is something all Americans can get behind:
BUTLER COUNTY [OH] — Anyone with aspirations to be a countywide officeholder has until Wednesday to be on the partisan primary ballots on May 6…
…The most petition[s] filed have been for Ohio’s 8th Congressional District, currently held by Speaker of the House John Boehner. The district encompasses all of Butler, Clark, Darke…
Will Boehner’s constituents vote him out or will continue with business as usual settling to continue down the road to serfdom as nudged by the Progressive Republican establishment?