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Keene City Councilor concerned about mass shooting in Manchester, because of… Trump!!?

On Thursday, August 15, President Trump will return to Manchester for a rally at the SNHU (formerly Verizon) Center on Elm Street. If you haven’t heard by now–[Tickets Here] — and as expected, the leftist snowflakes are already starting to melt.   The latest example, Terry M. Clark, City Councilor from Keene and Treasurer of Chesire …

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John Kasich’s Gun Rights Veto Overridden by Ohio Legislature

On Christmas Eve we reported on Governor John Kasich’s veto of some bills including “gun-rights” legislation. Kasich was emphatic in his rejection. “If you think I’m going to sign a bill that gives more power to the gun folks, are you kidding me?” The State Legislature wasn’t kidding when they sent it to his desk.  So …

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Democrats Couldn’t ‘Find’ Enough Votes – Troy Balderson Wins US House Seat.

That special election in Ohio that was going to be the next “final nail in the coffin of the Trump ascendency” or whatever his downfall is being labeled as this week, didn’t happen. But it started out grand. The media was very excited about how close it was. Al Franken-esque “look what I found mom” ballot discoveries …

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Expert: 170 Registered Voters in Ohio’s 12th District Listed as Over 116 Years Old

That’s Breitbart’s Headline, but I couldn’t think of a better one. It also reminds me of what one reader called the Al Franken effect. Votes from dead people. Votes turning up in corners of precincts or the back of some poll worker’s car. The tally of which always (against all statistical probability) favor the Democrat by a wide …

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SCOTUS Protects Rule of Law by 5-4 Decision in Ohio Election Case

In a case brought against the State of Ohio over how it interprets Federal law regarding the removal of ineligible voters from state voting rolls, four out of nine Justices attempted to legislate from the bench in deciding HUSTED v. A. PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE. “Respondents contend that Ohio’s process for removing voters on change-of-residence grounds violates this …

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