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Ohio Republicans Cave

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In General
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On August 18, 2011
It’s been interesting watching how Wisconsin and Ohio have dealt with their individual union-busting Tea Party legislatures and governors. Wisconsin got all the press. In fact, I was pretty disappointed with the protests in Ohio–thousands came out, but they seemed to make little difference. They didn’t receive the media attention of those in Madison. The […]

Changes

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On March 1, 2010

When this blog was launched nearly six long years ago, it was a Seattle-based blog, as all three ‘founders’ were graduate students in the political science department at the University of

The Medium Rare Rant

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In Robert Farley
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On January 18, 2010
Time for an unjustifiably general rant against the people of an entire region of the United States: The Midwest of the United States appears utterly incapable of properly cooking a steak. To be specific, the terms “rare” and “medium rare” have no meaning in the Midwest. As far as I can tell, both “rare” and […]

Mean Jean a Birther

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On September 10, 2009

“Mean” Jean Schmidt, who “represents” me in Congress, is apparently a Birther: Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-OH) spoke at the Voice of America tea party this Labor Day weekend outside o

Things that are Abjectly Moronic

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In Uncategorized
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On November 12, 2007
The Ohio state legislature is considering a law mandating that sex offenders use green license plates on their cars: “It won’t prevent every crime,” said Democratic state Rep. Mike DeBose, who co-sponsored the bill with Republican state Sen. Kevin Coughlin. “It’s just a tool in the tool box, but cars are a weapon used by […]
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