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Saving the Motor City
November 04, 2013: At the time when I served as Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio, my city and others across the country looked to Detroit as an industrial and cultural center of America. Motown Records, started by Berry Gordy in Detroit, created some of the best music in the world with hits from The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, and Marvin Gaye.
The Global Impact of the Obamacare Lie
November 03, 2013: During his visit to Israel last spring, his first as president, Mr. Obama assured the worried Israelis that his administration "had Israel's back." President Obama descended to street gang talk to demonstrate his willingness to help our embattled Mideast ally.
Cincinnati Must Face the Crisis that Sealed Detroit's Fate
November 01, 2013: Cincinnati and Detroit are separated by barely more than 250 miles - a five-hour drive at worst, or under an hour by plane. Despite this proximity, many Cincinnatians would prefer to believe that Detroit's horrendous fiscal situation couldn't possibly hit their city. Not so fast.
Time For Conservatives To Lighten Up On GM?
November 01, 2013: About five years ago amidst the background of a national financial crisis, an American icon admitted that the mistakes of its past had caught up to its present: General Motors filed for bankruptcy and turned to taxpayers for help.
ObamaCare's Day One and D-Day
October 11, 2013: When President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010, it was the starting gun for a massive federal effort to get the new system up and running. The administration had deliberately allowed for three and a half years for the launch, October 1, 2013.
Bloomberg's Puppets Turn Their Sites on Ohioans Second Amendment Rights
October 01, 2013: By now, you really would have thought Michael Bloomberg would have learned his lesson.
The Renewable Fuel Standard Is Another Taxpayer-Funded Bailout
October 01, 2013: We're all paying more at the pump. It's hurting consumers and dangerous for the fragile economy. And, it's because of a Washington handout to corn farmers and big Wall Street banks - all disguised as a measure to promote renewable energy and clean-burning fuels.