Republican turncoats: naming the names

Anthony Martin Conservative Examiner 7/31/2013

In a previous Examiner report it was noted that talk radio host and attorney Mark Levin, who served in the Reagan Administration, had not only lamented but lambasted the elitist leadership establishment of the Republican Party for being just as dangerous as Democrats.

Levin cited various and sundry votes and […]

John Kasich Betrays Conservatives, Lies About 'Blocking ObamaCare' In Ohio

Doug Book The Western Center for Journalism 11/21/2012

Ohio’s Republican Governor John Kasich has reneged on his campaign pledge to “block ObamaCare” from being established in Ohio. And he has done it a way that would make Barack Obama proud—by lying through his teeth.

Contrary to Nancy Pelosi’s claims, passing ObamaCare has not enabled most […]

A Victory for Self-Government

In Wisconsin, voters defeat a campaign of union revenge.

Opinion The Wall Street Journal 6/5/2012

The resounding failure by unions and Democrats to recall Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on Tuesday is a significant moment for democratic self-government. It shows that an aroused electorate can defeat a furious and well-fed special interest that wants a permanent, […]

Ohio House approves Gov. Kasich’s budget

Carol Greenberg Conservative Outlooks 5/6/2011

When elected in November of 2010, now-Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) inherited an $8 billion deficit from former Governor Ted Strickland (D).

Today the Republican-led Ohio House passed an amended version of Kasich’s $55.5 billion biennial budget right along party lines: 59-40. Kasich gives us a snippet of how he […]

Michael Barone on Wisconsin: Has the tea party given up?

Allahpundit 3/29/2011

It’s not just Wisconsin. John Kasich in Ohio and Tom Corbett in Pennsylvania have seen their ratings sour too. But with Walker’s polls now negative and the state supreme court election next week looking like a bellwether for left/right grassroots enthusiasm, he’s wondering if the moment has passed.

In addition, both parties […]