Monday, August 26th, 2019

Okay, so Saturday’s football game didn’t turn out like Wisconsinites hoped. Over at the MacIver Institute, I explain why Wisconsin is beating Ohio in something almost as important as football. While Wisconsin football fans may be mourning the loss by the Badgers to the Buckeyes on Saturday, Wisconsin’s legislators and governor can brag about making […]

The Los Angeles Times has a couple of warnings about watching the results come in from Ohio. It’s very possible that the nation will be looking closely at early poll results from Ohio next Tuesday to see who that state chose for president, and therefore, who won the presidential election. But the early results may […]

Tom Bevan of Real Clear Politics asks if Wisconsin is the new Ohio. A new poll from Rasmussen Reports underscored just how close the contest has become here: President Obama and Mitt Romney were tied at 49 percent each in the poll of likely voters, conducted Thursday. Overall, Obama leads by just 2.3 percent in […]

So who were the winners in the Department of Education’s Race to the Top? The Foundry at the Heritage Foundation says that nearly one-third of all state applicants made it to the next round, hardly an elite group. (Boy, does that make WIsconsin look even worse.) What’s interesting, as Andy Smarick of Fordham points out, […]

As someone with a daily commute of at least 45 minutes each way, I can tell you there are a lot of dumb boobs on the road. I just wasn’t aware how occupied some of them might be. Police say an Ohio mother has been charged with child endangerment after another driver reported she was […]

Geez, people. It’s just a stupid yard sign. It’s not worth killing anyone over. Angered that two neighborhood teenagers knocked over a John McCain sign on his lawn, an Ohio man allegedly grabbed a rifle and fired three times at the duo as they sought to drive away from his Warren Township home. Kenneth Rowles, […]

I’m sure Rick Esenberg and other law bloggers will have something interesting to say on today’s development in Ohio, but a quick glance looks like a case where judicial restraint just frustrated Republican goals. The Secretary argues both that the District Court had no jurisdiction to enter the TRO and that its ruling on the […]

Minnesota is now even between Barack Obama and John McCain. Minnesota has become a battleground in a presidential campaign that has dramatically tightened nationwide. A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll shows that the race is now a dead heat between Barack Obama and John McCain, each supported by 45 percent of likely voters in the […]

Check out the picture before you read the article, then tell me if this is a joke. For Some Ohioans, Even Meat Is Out Of Reach Print this entry

Fox News has called Ohio for Senator Clinton. So much for keeping the polls open in Cuyahoga County. The Democratic primary campaign continues. I hear Montana is lovely in June. Here’s the schedule:Wyoming 3/8/2008Mississippi 3/11/2008Pennsylvania 4/22/2008Guam 5/3/2008Indiana 5/6/2008North Carolina 5/6/2008Nebraska 5/13/2008West Virginia 5/13/2008Kentucky 5/20/2008Oregon 5/20/2008Puerto Rico 6/1/2008Montana 6/3/2008South Dakota 6/3/2008 See you at the convention. […]