Tag Archives: public policy
Kasich is once again touting that he balanced the federal budget back in 1995 in an effort to justify his plan to implement the Medicaid expansion proposal. Like every word that utters forth from a politician’s mouth there is more … Continue reading
There is a lot of talk about Issue 2 throughout the blogosphere coming from weak-kneed hacks at the ORP to Tea Party groups and everyone is touting this as the next best thing since white sliced bread; well I say … Continue reading
Even is you don’t support Ron Paul you have to love how he stands up to and slams this flaming Socialist Ed Schultz.
See the video here.
Columbus bureaucrats are spending your tax dollars to lure baby boomers into the city. However data from The Reason Institute shows baby boomers want nothing to do with the failing infrastructure cities offer. But the City of Columbus servants keep … Continue reading
I posed this question on Facebook and Twitter: Should Ohio eliminate the state Senate and become an unicameral legislative body? I say yes, the cost savings would be well worth it and since the Senate has the same constituency as … Continue reading
Dan Mitchell has great blog post that clearly delineates between free trade and protectionism. I’d say Rob Portman’s latest vote can be explained by point number 6.