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  • Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association urges 'no' vote on Issue 2

    The Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association, the professional association for Ohio’s 88 county prosecutors, urge Ohioans to oppose Issue 2 at the ballot box next Tuesday or face new burdens and costs to county governments already stretched thin.
  • Untested legal imagination's the mother of Trump prosecution
    To advance the false narrative that Trump colluded with Russia, for example, the Department of Justice seized on the little-used Foreign Agents Registration Act to justify probes and wiretaps of Trump allies. In the Georgia election fraud case against Trump and numerous campaign advisers, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is using a law intended to combat organized crime, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act, in what even her supporters describe as a stretch.
  • Finishing the House’s work
    With only eight weeks left in the year, members of Congress certainly have our work cut out for us, but I remain committed to completing these critical measures. I look forward to the work ahead and working with our new Speaker, Mike Johnson. I applaud him for hitting the ground running on his first day – but there is certainly still much more to do.
  • The House is back in business
    After weeks of disorder, voting, and late nights at the Capitol, the House of Representatives has a new speaker: Mr. Mike Johnson of Louisiana. I was proud to support Mike, and I’m confident he will bring our conference together to advance sensible, responsible policy.
  • Vote 'yes' on Issue 14
    I urge everyone to vote "yes" on Issue 14; this will help ease the burden the agency currently experiences.
  • The Shell Answer Man revisited
    The day before Halloween 2023 was a Monday. It was a real Monday all the way around.
  • The damage an open border can do
    This is about national sovereignty, public safety and human dignity. Without a secure border, we don’t have a secure nation.
  • More terror suspects reaching the U.S.: The 'known unknowns' of Biden border disaster
    In the aftermath of Hamas’ terrorist attack against Israel on Oct. 7, President Biden, without mentioning the border, told “60 Minutes” that the threat the U.S. could face from terrorists in the country had escalated. During Biden’s first three years, a record-shattering 6.5 million-plus immigrants have been “encountered” by border authorities. That pace is increasing.
  • Vote 'no' on Ohio Issue 1
    Abortion is big business. Gender transition is big business. The evil of abortion against unborn children and the evil of gender transition against born children both have defiled God’s creation.
  • What must Biden have known?
    The principal fact is that during Joe Biden’s two terms as vice president, the influence of his public office was sold to governments and nationals in at least four countries to the tune of at least $20 million.
  • A sermon on Matthew 23:1-12
    St. Francis understood the power of good example when he said, "Remember when you leave this earth, you can take nothing that you have received – only what you have given.” 
  • The disfiguring prism of oppressor and oppressed
    The United States must correct course by rebuilding American education around the principles of freedom and democracy, America’s experiment in ordered liberty, and the wider Western civilization – with its uncommon appreciation of the diversity of civilizations.
  • Senate solutions to secure southern border
    We are living in the worst border crisis on record. It is a humanitarian and security crisis. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reported yet another record with 269,735 encounters at the southern border last month. There have now been over 8 million encounters with individuals at the border since Joe Biden became president.
  • Hunting safety and archery programs

    By U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo

  • Issue 1 is not health care; this is extermination
    The black community accounts for just over 13% of Ohio’s population, yet according to the Ohio Department of Health in 2022, 48.4% of abortions performed in Ohio were on black women.
  • Freeloaders
    Out of 30 hens, I am lucky to gather two or three eggs a day, and on many days, I gather none at all.
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