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  • Obama repeatedly stutters, talks about himself 79 times while campaigning for candidates

    09/16/2018 12:14:41 PM PDT · by bryan999 · 79 replies
    There were times during a Thursday rally Barack Obama couldn’t help but talk about himself, even though he was supposed to be talking about other people. There were other times he could barely talk at all. During the Cleveland rally for Rich Cordray and Betty Sutton, Obama repeatedly talked about himself, despite the candidates sitting behind him. Several times, he stuttered as he attempted to attack President Trump and the success of recent Republican initiatives.
  • Pennsylvania man accused of threatening Trump, Palin may be on the run in Ohio, officials say

    09/17/2018 12:09:49 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 38 replies
    Fox News ^ | September 17, 2018 | Greg Norman and The Associated Press
    A Pennsylvania man hunted by federal authorities for allegedly threatening to “put a bullet…in the head of President Donald J. Trump” is suspected to be on the run in Ohio on Monday after authorities there found an abandoned truck he's believed to have stolen. Police investigating a crash late Sunday afternoon near Mansfield determined the truck on the side of Interstate-71 was the same one alleged to have been swiped by Shawn Christy from a construction company in Luzerne County, Pa., about 380 miles east, Fox 56 reported. The 27-year-old from McAdoo has been on the radar of U.S. Marshals,...
  • Ohio town celebrates Christmas early for toddler dying of brain cancer

    09/14/2018 5:12:14 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 8 replies
    Fox News ^ | Alexandria Hein |
    An Ohio town has eagerly ushered in the holiday season this year after answering the call for Christmas decorations to help a dying toddler celebrate one last time. Brody Allen, 2, was diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer in May and stopped treatments in August. “When Brody’s chemo treatment journey ended, we made a promise to each other that we were going to make each and every single day that he had left better than the next,” McKenzie Allen, the boy’s 21-year-old sister, told CBS News. “And we wanted to do everything that we could and give him as much...
  • Grocery worker facing felony theft charges for eating $9,200 worth of deli ham

    09/11/2018 5:24:55 AM PDT · by SMGFan · 47 replies
    NYPost ^ | September 11, 2018
    <p>BOLIVAR, Ohio — Authorities in eastern Ohio say a grocery store employee has been charged with felony theft for helping herself to deli ham for years.</p> <p>Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hale tells The Columbus Dispatch that an eight-year employee of regional grocery chain Giant Eagle was charged Friday with stealing food estimated by the store to be worth $9,200.</p>
  • Ohio State employs 88 diversity-related staffers at a cost of $7.3M annually

    09/06/2018 10:09:54 AM PDT · by george76 · 53 replies
    College Fix ^ | SEPTEMBER 6, 2018 | Derek Draplin
    Ohio State University employs nearly 90 diversity-related administrative employees, which costs taxpayers in the Buckeye State about $7.3 million in salaries and benefits annually,... The 88 administrators receive an estimated $7.3 million in total compensation, which includes $5.38 million in salaries and an estimated $1.89 million in fringe benefits. “To put that administrative expense into perspective, about 750 in-state students could get a full scholarship for tuition and fees if those dollars were directed to student financial aid. Stated differently, it takes the entire tuition dollars from 750 in-state students to pay for those 88 diversicrats,” economics Professor Mark ....
  • 'Morality test,' on topics like incest and puppy-killing, judged 'not OK' by students' parents

    09/08/2018 9:19:45 AM PDT · by pabianice · 26 replies
    Fox News Wire ^ | 9/8/18 | Sorace
    A "morality test" distributed to students at an Ohio high school -- featuring questions on topics like incest and puppy-killing -- has outraged parents and resulted in the teacher's suspension. Sarah Gillam, a 35-year-old Language Arts instructor at Hilliard Bradley High School, was placed on paid administrative leave pending the results of an internal investigation, the Columbus Dispatch reported. “Last night, we were made aware of a classroom activity that should never have taken place,” school district officials said in a statement obtained by the paper. “We absolutely share the outrage of our parents and community...”
  • Ohio Teacher Suspended After ‘Morality Test’ Goes Awry With Incest, Puppy-Killing Questions

    09/10/2018 5:38:52 AM PDT · by Altura Ct. · 22 replies
    After an Ohio parent blew the whistle on a morality test given to a high school class, the Hilliard City School District sent the teacher who gave the test to time out. Students were given a 36-question test about various ethical situations in which they were asked to choose what actions were OK and which were not. But the questions, given to a 10th-grade language arts class at Hilliard Bradley High School, crossed a line as far as parent Todd Sandberg was concerned, The Columbus Dispatch reported. Sandberg said the test was graded in a way that it would tell...
  • Steve Phillips: Meet the Mega-Wealthy ‘Marxist-Leninist’ Behind Four Potential Governors in November

    09/08/2018 9:38:48 AM PDT · by re_tail20 · 41 replies
    Association of Mature American Citizens ^ | September 7, 2018 | Outside Contributor
    Democratic Party power-player Steve Phillips is behind the rise of four potential far-left governors who have already won their primaries. The San Francisco attorney is a mega-wealthy self-identified student of “Marx, Mao, and Lenin” directing huge resources into socialist and communist-led groups, with the goal of putting his personal far-left proteges into governor’s mansions in Maryland, Georgia, Florida, and Arizona. Phillips and his partners in the highly secretive group Democracy Alliance hope that by electing far-left governors into four currently Republican-led states, the drive to impeach President Donald Trump and destroy his “Make America Great Again” agenda will be accelerated....
  • News Summary At This Hour-Friday

    09/07/2018 5:00:47 AM PDT · by Nextrush · 2 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 9/7/2018 | Nextrush/Self
    Israel supported opposition military forces in Syria. That story's been published by "Foreign Policy" magazine.... At a February news conference President Trump said that the only reason the United States was in Syria was because of Islamic State.... But the US envoy for Syria, James Jeffrey now says the United States is in Syria because of Islamic State and because of Iranian presence..... Russian Aerospace Forces (Air Force) launched at least seven airstikes in the northern region where the Syrian government offensive is expected..... A key meeting is underway today in Tehran, Iran. Its a summit between the leaders of...
  • Court documents: Cincinnati shooter Omar Perez said he was being watched

    09/06/2018 8:09:20 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 9 replies
    Dayton Daily News ^ | Sept. 6, 2018
    Cincinnati police named Omar Santa-Perez as the man responsible for the deadly shooting in downtown Cincinnati on Thursday morning. A plaintiff named Omar Santa-Perez, whose listed North Bend, Ohio, address in court documents is the same searched by police on Thursday, filed two lawsuits in 2017 and 2018 claiming that large organizations “maintained electronic watch” or made “unwarranted intrusion” onto his personal devices, according to court records.
  • LIVE: Gunman who killed 3 in downtown Cincinnati building identified (Omar Enrique Perez)

    09/06/2018 2:30:58 PM PDT · by SSS Two · 39 replies
    WLWT-TV ^ | 5:23 PM EDT Sep 6, 2018
    Four people – including the gunman --are dead following what police called an active shooter situation in downtown Cincinnati. It happened around 9 a.m. Thursday at Fifth Third Center on Walnut Street, a 30-story building that's home to regional banker Fifth Third Bancorp and other businesses. Police said the gunman, identified by several law enforcement sources as Omar Enrique Perez, 29, entered the building through a loading dock and made his way to the lobby of the office building. Perez shot five people. Three people were killed by the gunman, officials said, and two others were wounded. Perez was confronted...
  • Cincinnati bank shooting: 4 dead, including gunman; suspect was 'actively shooting innocent victims'

    09/06/2018 9:03:48 AM PDT · by deport · 24 replies
    ABC ^ | 9-06-2018 | ABC News 11
    CINCINNATI -- Police say four people are dead, including the gunman, in a downtown Cincinnati bank shooting. Two other victims had gunshot wounds. Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said the gunman was "actively shooting innocent victims" and that it was a "horrific" scene. Police Chief Eliot Isaac said the shooter opened fire early Thursday morning at the loading dock of the Fifth Third Bank building. Isaac said the gunman then entered the bank's lobby. He said 3-4 officers engaged with the suspect. It's unclear if the gunman shot himself or was shot by officers.
  • 'Active shooter': Multiple people shot at Fifth Third Downtown Cincinnati

    09/06/2018 6:42:56 AM PDT · by janetjanet998 · 48 replies
    Multiple people have been shot in what dispatch called an "active shooter" situation in Downtown Cincinnati at the Fountain Square Fifth Third location.
  • Woodward: Dinner with Al Gore 'unpleasant'

    04/05/2013 1:32:39 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 41 replies
    Woodward: Dinner with Al Gore 'unpleasant' By DYLAN BYERS | 4/5/13 12:32 PM EDT The Washington Post's Bob Woodward has described a dinner he had with former Vice President Al Gore was both "taxing" and "unpleasant." Speaking to a crowd at Ohio's Youngstown State University on Thursday, Woodward said he was sitting next to Gore at a dinner when the former vice president asked him why he hadn't been harder on President George W. Bush over the Iraq War, according to a report in the Youngstown Vindicator. Woodward said that Gore, who had been a journalist in his younger days,...
  • Dog in therapy program for prison inmates is found dead

    09/04/2018 4:35:04 AM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 14 replies
    WPXI ^ | September 4, 2018
    Facebook LEBANON, Ohio - A nonprofit in Lebanon is pulling out of its program for inmates at the Warren Correctional Institution. The program allowed some inmates to interact with dogs. But one canine, a German shepherd named Evie, was recently found dead in the prison. Katherine Hartung had been fostering Evie through Joseph's Legacy. Evie had a tough life, "a broken hip, having surgery. Living on the streets... She was a part of our family," said Hartung. --snip-- She says the dog was a Houdini of sorts, jumping over fences and even unlocking doors. So she handed her over to...
  • Ohio officer forced to shoot K9 partner during attack

    09/02/2018 8:36:45 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 104 replies
    Fox News ^ | 09.02.18 | Robert Gearty
    An Ohio officer shot his police dog after it attacked him, leaving him with serious bite wounds, the Columbus Police Department said. Officer Brian Carter underwent surgery at a hospital and K9 Benzi, a 3-year-old Belgian Malinois, was humanely euthanized. Carter was correcting Benzi’s behavior through verbal commands at the department’s K9 office Saturday morning when the dog suddenly turned on him, a Columbus Police spokesperson said in a news release.
  • Kasich: ‘Our party is shrinking’

    09/03/2018 5:07:50 AM PDT · by cotton1706 · 84 replies ^ | 9/2/18 | AUBREE ELIZA WEAVER
    The midterms are just around the corner and the Republican Party is struggling, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday on CBS' “Face the Nation.” “Unfortunately, our party is shrinking,” Kasich said. “We’re now down to about 25 percent. It’s all becoming like a remnant. Parties go through this, but the party has shrunk. And in my state and in my community and in my district, we had a congressional race that the Republican who took my place was able to win by 17 points. And in this election — yes, just a couple of weeks ago — he won by...
  • Support for President Trump remains high in tiny Coshocton, Ohio

    09/02/2018 9:38:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    The Toledo Blade ^ | September 2, 2018 | Lily Moore-Eissenberg
    COSHOCTON, Ohio — These days, three souls bring Sam Bennett hope — his wife, Debbie; God, and President Trump. Like most of his neighbors in Coshocton — population 11,000 — Mr. Bennett hasn’t once looked back since voting for Mr. Trump in 2016. Mr. Bennett is a soft-spoken man of 60 with close-set eyes and an easy smile, devoted to Christ and the collection of mining artifacts in his kitchen. The support he showed Mr. Trump at the voting booth remained unshaken through the Stormy Daniels fiasco and the recent outcry over family separations — two moments when, Mr. Bennett...
  • LeBron James had to ‘adjust’ to white people at posh high school

    08/31/2018 4:06:31 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 72 replies
    NY Post ^ | August 30, 2018 | Ryan Gaydos, Fox News
    James, who hosts the show that vows to have “spirited, free-flowing discussions,” attended St. Vincent-St. Mary Catholic School in Akron, Ohio, as a basketball prodigy. He said upon entering school, he didn’t have any desire to talk to any of his white classmates, as he was there to play basketball. “When I first went to the ninth grade in high school, I was on some ‘I’m not -–---- with white people,’ ” James said. “I was so institutionalized growing up in the ‘hood, it was like, ‘They don’t -–- with us, they don’t want us to succeed.’” “So I’m like,...
  • Area packaging company plans $1M expansion, hiring more workers (10+ jobs in Ohio)

    08/28/2018 5:35:20 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 3 replies
    The Dayton Daily News ^ | August 26, 2018 | Thomas Gnau
    Englewood — When businesses sell products, they need packages. And that’s where a company like Value Added Packaging comes in. The Lau Parkway box and package manufacturer is growing, planning a new research and development lab and hiring more workers. The company needs the space. It is leasing an additional 30,000 square feet across Lau from its main facility. But that leasing will end when the company expands behind its current building in 2019. In all, Value Added Packaging — sometimes called “VAP” — is expanding by some 40,000 square feet. The total value of the investment in the lab...