Will a last name be enough to land you into a seat in Congress? That’s what Dan Kohl, the 51 year old nephew of former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl (D-Milwaukee) and a Mequon area businessman, is hoping with his challenge against 6th District Congressman Glenn Grothman (R-Glenbeulah). Kohl, along with Scott Olmer of Plymouth, are hoping […]
If former President Barack Obama can pull down a $65 million book deal for his memoirs and thousands more in speaking engagements within weeks of leaving office, should taxpayers help provide for his retirement? What about former President Bill Clinton, who together with his wife Hillary, made $153 million from speeches alone before the 2016 campaign began in earnest? […]
Comey has thrown the book at people before and used facts to out-maneuver powerful figures, but he can’t challenge the Clintons.
Former president decried negative campaigns, said merely disliking opposing candidate isn’t enough win elections.
If being anti-union is the ultimate political death knell for Democratic candidates seeking public office, being pro-coal is a close second.
National Council for Behavioral Health has honored Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) with its 2014 Elected Official Service in Advocacy award in recognition of his tireless promotion of the Obamacare Medicaid expansion.
Former one-term U.S. Rep. Marjorie Margolies , who is Chelsea Clinton’s mother-in-law, wants her old House seat back, and so, it appears, do a number of former Clintonistas.
United States District Court judge Peter Economus, a registered Democrat appointed by President Clinton, ruled in favor of President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign today, instructing Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to allow early in-person voting the weekend before the November election. Ohio’s early in-person absentee voting hours begin in less than a month, and all registered […]