Walton Hills Mayor Marlene Anielski (R) to run for Ohio House 17th

Pepper Pikers, it appears that you will have a new state rep in 2011. From WKYC: Mayor Marlene Anielski has announced she is running for the Ohio House 17th District seat in the 2010 election. … Anielski has served as Mayor and Safety Director of Walton Hills for nine years, and was on city council…

Ohio SOS Jennifer Brunner officially enters 2010 U.S. Senate race

And I have it officially and had it but, unlike the MSM that could not restrain itself, I abided by the rules.  Oh those rascally traditional journalists with all their fancy expensive filters. Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner – come on down as the first announced Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat being…

Tzipi Livni getting closer to governing Israel? Olmert not running

From JTA.org: Ehud Olmert has decided not to run for the leadership of his centrist Kadima Party. The Israeli prime minister was expected to make the annoucement during a hastily organized speech at 8 p.m. Israel time (1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time). The Prime Minister’s Office did not give details of the speech, but Israeli…

Do the FBI, IRS raids in Cuyahoga County Admin offices, homes surprise anyone?

Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer have a kind of live-blog (the most recent post right now is timestamped at 12:37pm) about what sound like numerous simultaneous raids on county offices this morning, starting around 9am. Given the kookie, craziness of moves and statements by some of our county officials and the intense displeasure many residents…

[update x2] How many traffic stop police officer killings will it take

Before the illogic of and unnecessarily wide open nature of the interpretation of the 2nd Amendment becomes obvious to the people in denial? From WKYC: Twinsburg police are investigating the shooting death of a Twinsburg police officer. According to police, 33 year old Joshua Miktarian was shot during a traffic stop shortly after 2 a.m…

Gov. Strickland to respond to Chester Finn’s depression over Ohio

From NBC4i: An editorial in the Wall Street Journal Weekend Special Edition [written by Dayton resident and president of the pro-charter school Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Chester E. Finn, Jr.] painted a grim picture of Ohio’s economy. … The article started, “Once known as the Mother of Presidents, Ohio is now getting poorer, older and…