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  • Wishing all a blessed and very happy Easter

    Mathew 28:6: “He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Easter is upon us. Easter marks the most sacred time of the year for Christians, a time we take for self-reflection, devotion and dedication to our faith.
  • Congressman Dr. Wenstrup quick to respond to traffic accident
    I'm a volunteer firefighter with Paint Creek EMS/Fire District. I recognized Rep. Wenstrup as the "doctor on scene," as was described by the HCSO dispatch office. It is so warming and proud for me to have a U.S. representative who takes initiative and feels obligated to help and serve others in need. 
  • Washington denies a bedrock of warfighting
    The Biden administration recently pressed Ukraine to halt attacks on Russian oil refineries. Ukrainian strikes on refineries and tankers in the Black Sea have contributed to a rise in the global oil price, and specifically of oil products, especially diesel. Almost the last thing the Biden administration wants in an election year is higher fuel prices and associated inflation in other goods and services. 
  • The artificial world
    When you are out and about, be aware of your surroundings. If something doesn’t feel right, don’t dismiss the feeling, look a little closer. Our artificial world is just that – artificial.
  • Independent physician practices are disappearing, and that's bad for patients
    The gradual disappearance of independent physician practices is not in patients' interests. Policymakers must ensure that our healthcare system does not discriminate against independent practices – and unwittingly put them out of business.
  • My friend Joe
    Joe Lieberman was more than a friend to me. He was more than a brother. He was my inspiration. He was always there for me and his other friends – from my first days as a Yale freshman when I was an aspiring member of the Yale Daily News, where he served in the august position of chairman.
  • Addressing Haiti – yet again
    Since Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, the federal government has sent $5.1 billion for post-disaster relief and reconstruction. During the decade between 2010-20, the U.S. also provided $312 million to strengthen law enforcement and assist the Haitian National Police in maintaining peace and stability and to respond effectively to civil unrest. Talk about a lousy return on investment.
  • An Easter sermon on John 20:1-9
    Easter is a love letter from Jesus written in the ink of His Blood. Use your life to write a love letter back to Him. I believe in God who helps us all. Happy Easter.
  • RFK Jr’s choice for VP will upset Democrats
    The selection by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of attorney Nicole Shanahan as his running mate is sure to create more attacks on his campaign by Democrats.
  • Honoring our American heroes
    March 25 was National Medal of Honor Day – a special day set aside to honor those who have been awarded the Medal of Honor, our nation’s highest military decoration.
  • The many ways a porous border means crime without boundaries
    “You can’t compare ‘illegal crimes’ to crimes by illegals – it’s the wrong comparison because the second one is 100-percent preventable and unnecessary whereas we’re stuck, as it were, with U.S. crime. The whole ‘they’re not as bad’ argument about illegal immigrants is an intellectual fraud, it’s giving them an escape hatch when here it’s clear: the perpetrator should have been deported.”
  • Biden drains the SPR and Americans' wallets
    Biden’s unprecedented war on American energy launched on his first day in office. By following through on one of his most reckless campaign promises, his actions have continued crippling the American economy and have kept energy prices unnecessarily high. 
  • Bringing back Ohio manufacturing 
    Last week we delivered a big win for Ohio: the investment necessary to complete the historic Intel project in New Albany.
  • Law and order is a killer problem for Democrats
    Polling data shows Democrats are in deep trouble on the issues of domestic safety and unbiased justice. Voters say they want law and order and aren’t getting it.
  • Vance: Biden administration wants Trump to die in jail, bankrupt his family
    An Ohio congressman took a strong swing at the president Monday afternoon, saying the “Biden administration wants Trump to die in jail and they want to bankrupt his family.” J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, made the social media reply midday. In four hours, it drew more than 3,600 replies, 3,300 retweets and 10,000 loves. Other congressman were among them.
  • A Chinese invasion of Taiwan this year? Maybe not
    Watching the constant harassment of Taiwan by an increasingly assertive and provocative China, as well as increased media attention on the China-Taiwan dynamic, one may be concerned that an invasion of Taiwan is imminent – perhaps later this year. All that being said, China is probably not going to invade Taiwan in the summer of 2024.
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