Youngstown Vindicator Managing Editor Mark Sweetwood suggested in a June 6 Twitter post that Charles and David Koch donate millions to United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because they are racists.
Republican lobbyist Steve LaTourette celebrated the defeat of conservative primary challengers in North Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio in a May 7 release from Main Street Advocacy.
A University of Wisconsin professor delivers a vulgar message to a conservative group urging people to vote in the Spring Election.
Municipal income tax reform legislation House Bill 5 (HB 5) was recently reintroduced in the Ohio House Ways and Means Committee, and the revised version has met sharp criticism from several large taxpayer advocacy groups.
The Orlando Sentinel consistently gives leftist activist groups a free pass on their controversial funding despite directing frequent attention to the funding of conservative groups, according to a Media Trackers Florida analysis.
The Ohio Education Association (OEA) downplayed and lied about violence committed by Michigan union protesters on December 11, 2012 in a January 19 post on the union’s blog. In the course of pushing OEA’s constant victimhood narrative, Dan Greenberg of the Sylvania Education Association complained that Fox News presented “a total distortion” of Big Labor’s […]
We Are Ohio reacted furiously to the Michigan state legislature’s passage of a workplace freedom law, comparing the move to Japan’s December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. We Are Ohio posted a branded graphic and a series of Facebook updates bearing this theme, the latest in the union front’s already vicious campaign to protect […]
Conservative group Americans for Prosperity (AFP) will hold a rally at the Columbus Convention Center at 2:00pm Saturday, October 6 as part of a national “Obama’s Failing Agenda Tour.” AFP-Ohio will reduce the price of gas to $1.84 per gallon on Sunday afternoon at a gas station in Cincinnati in conjunction with the event, as […]
Protesters in Bozeman lined the side walks in front of the Bozeman City court house following the Supreme Court of the United State’s (SCOTUS) 5-4 ruling upholding President Obama’s controversial Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Conversations with the crowd revealed local political organizations, activists, and alarmed citizens searching for ways to fight the […]