Michael O'Malley

Matthew Ahn’s sketchy campaign for Cuyahoga County prosecutor would be a joke anyplace else but here!

CLEVELAND, OH – In their quest to advance diversity, equity and inclusion, the “woke” faction of Cuyahoga County’s Democratic Party is backing an inexperienced, leftwing Korean immigrant as a candidate for Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney over legal veteran and incumbent Michael O’Malley.  Attorney Matthew Junghwan Ahn’s candidacy reveals the Democratic Party’s growing willingness to lower the standards for holding elected office, just to have candidates they can promote as “different” to advance their “identity politics.” Imagine a gay former Cleveland State University (CSU) “law professor,” who taught a junk elective class about law and critical race theory the American Bar…

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Moreno’s Congressional term limit scheme puts 30-year federal bureaucrats who create rules to circumvent laws in control of our government

CLEVELAND, OH – What stands out on the US Term Limits website is the reason its out-of-state promoters want Ohioans to support term limits for members of Congress as a constitutional amendment. Elitist-minded political opportunists who see themselves as the “best and brightest” minds are not winning against incumbents; and the losses are limiting their personal career goals.  To win the jobs of a member of Congress for themselves they want an advantage.  The selfishly-motivated, elitist words below were cut and pasted from the out-of-state US Term Limits website as written. “The best and brightest minds in our states, currently…

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There are 17 empty Republican slots for Cuyahoga County common pleas judgeships 17 civil rights-minded American attorneys could have sought

CLEVELAND, OH – I was stunned when I voted for myself for Congress in the 11th Congressional District and saw that 17 Republican attorneys had not filed for one of 17 court of common pleas judgeships for this year’s primary election.  It means 17 Democrats on the other side of the ballot will have no Republican opponent in November.  The filing deadline for Independent candidacies is May 2. The salary of a court of common pleas judge is $155,000 anually.  A municipal court judge earns $146,000.  Terms are six years.  Democratic Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney Michael O’Malley, again, has no…

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The Bibb administration is correct that Shane Bartek was not a Cleveland “law enforcement officer” when he was killed during a car robbery

CLEVELAND, OH – What did not take place on Mayor Justin Bibb’s first day in office is the Cleveland Police Patrolmens Association (CPPA) exerting any intimidating influence over his administration’s decision that Shane Bartek’s homicide was “not in the line of duty.”  Cleveland taxpayers bear no financial responsibility for Bartek’s loss of life during an armed robbery of his personal vehicle in Kamm’s Corner.  He wasn’t “clocked in” as a Cleveland municipal employee at the time of his death.  The ruling also changes the legal dynamics of the criminal prosecutions of the man and woman who engaged in the armed…

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Federal prosecutors and the FBI must add O’Malley’s failure to enforce and prosecute federal and state “color of law” election law violations between the elections board and prosecutor’s office

CLEVELAND, OH – Justin Bibb’s September 14, 2021 pre-primary election campaign finance report was required pursuant to Section 3517.10 of the Ohio Revised Code to be delivered “not later than 4 p.m.” on the 12th day before the election.  September 2, 2021 was the due date and Bibb’s campaign treasurer, Scott Hruby, delivered it on October 8, 2021. Failing to file on time violates Section 3517.13 of the Ohio Revised Code.  The heading is “failure to file.”  Because they violated Section 3517.10 and 3517.13 of the Ohio Revised Code, Bibb and Hruby should have two separate 1st degree misdemeanor charges…

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Justin Bibb’s online campaign finance filings are incomplete, he’s missed deadlines and he’s currently ineligible to assume the office of mayor on January 3rd

CLEVELAND, OH – What’s not in the Cuyahoga County Board of Election’s online campaign finance report filings for Cleveland mayor-elect Justin Bibb are his post primary election, pre-general election and post general election records.  What is in the online records is a pre-primary election campaign finance report showing Bibb and his campaign treasurer, Scott Hruby, as “1st degree” misdemeanor campaign finance law violators. If the letter of the law is followed then Bibb has no legal authority to “enter the office” of mayor of Cleveland on January 3, 2022.  The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections engaged in “misconduct” by allowing…

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