It was good to see the President come out with policies that may help alleviate the opioid crisis. This crisis has expanded from opioids and exploding into heroin use. That adaptive expansion as access to opioids is decreased is even costlier public health crises like blood borne pathogens […]
In a recent news article by the News-Gazette, Tom Kacich highlighted the “cockeyed” fundraising numbers in the race to take back the 15th District for the People. He’s right; the fundraising figures are completely out of balance. If money alone wins elections, Rep. John Shimkus will win, and […]
It’s increasingly difficult to have respectful dialogue with people regarding current events. The most recent hot button being the debate over kneeling during the National Anthem. Extraordinarily enough, the people that are most disrespectful regarding this topic online are the ones that claim kneeling is extremely disrespectful. They […]
The case against the Graham-Cassidy healthcare repeal bill is complicated. As usual, the GOP is light on the details, hoping that someone else will do the right thing or that we’re not paying attention. Within the bill, there is language that allows states to determine what “adequate and […]
Blue meat like single payer doesn’t sell as well or enough in many of these conservative-leaning House districts to make a difference at the ballot box next November.
In a year with many special elections, the most expensive House race in American history, and much frustration with the direction of the country under the leadership of President Trump and a GOP-led Congress, most would believe the Democrats would be outpacing the GOP in cash and fundraising. […]
Working hard shouldn’t mean hardly eating, and the GOP has been targeting food stamps for decades. In recent years, they’ve been successful at cutting billions from the program, despite many workers needing this program to feed their families. They’re at it again, planning to cut another 25%. The […]