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Cuyahoga county Republicans overturn endorsement of Richard DeWine to back James Renacci for Ohio governor

CLEVELAND, OH – Dr. Amy Stearns-Acton cost Governor Richard Michael DeWine the endorsement of the Cuyahoga County Republican Party.  So did his business closing orders during the Covid 19 cold and flu season.  So did his and her decision that certain Ohioans and their professions were “essential” while others were not.  DeWine can sell himself as acting responsibly to save lives during a “pandemic” but the majority of Ohioans are not buying. Cuyahoga County Republicans chose to ignore DeWine’s incumbency when Strongsville Ward Leader Shannon Burns introduced a motion to overturn a committee endorsement recommendation of the current governor.  Independence…

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Kucinich’s civil complaint claims that Russian-owned Advance and the Plain Dealer defamed him with First Energy and Tony George lies

CLEVELAND, OH – On January 4, 2022, Dennis John Kucinich filed a “complaint” with a jury demand against the owners of Russian-owned Advance Communications and its employees Chris Quinn, John Caniglia and Seth Richardson.  The filing number is CV 22 957922. Local Rule 8.0(B) of Cuyahoga County’s rules of practice required Kucinich’s attorneys, Aaron Minc and Andrew Stebbins, to “state in the caption the general nature of the action.”  The complaint they filed for Kucinich does not state either in the caption or preamble that the action is for defamation, libel and or slander. The local rule continues that, “The…

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Cleveland Clinic and UH’s greed helped killed the 47 hospitals and 7000 beds thinking leaders started building in 1837 to deal with future pandemics

CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland City Directory of 1974 identifies 47 hospitals in the nation’s 8th largest city that year.  Within and around Cleveland’s direct municipal borders were 7000 hospital beds that had been built into our health care infrastructure since City Hospital was constructed in 1837 after the cholera pandemic.  This story’s feature image is of the newly-constructed free Cleveland hospital 184 years ago. As Cleveland experienced more pandemics the city’s enlightened political and health care leaders pushed for and enacted laws that provided funding to increase hospital bed capacity and expand free care.  By 1937 Cleveland’s City Hospital…

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Jasmin Santana’s emergency tampon ordinance is illegal and so far beyond the taxpaying norm as to be unbelievable

CLEVELAND, OH – Ward 14 Councilwoman Jasmin Santana appears to have rushed members of Cleveland city council into becoming the second city in the United States of America behind Ann Arbor, Michigan to enact a “fad” ordinance that provides free tampons and sanitary pads to females using public buildings.  Santana was mentioned in an Akron Beacon Journal story as the author of the Cleveland emergency menstrual ordinance Akron city councilwoman Tara Moseley copied and sponsored. In Cleveland Ordinance Number 925-2021 was enacted as an “emergency” in violation of Section 731.30 of the Ohio Revised Code the city’s councilors continue not…

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Griffin and Bibb are placing themselves in the middle of a potential federal criminal investigation of the $37 million Shaker Square non-profit deal as advocates with no knowledge of violated laws

The "administration" is responsible for determining whether a police or firefighter's death was within the line of duty. There should be complete silence coming from city council about the mayor's decision to exercise administrative authority over the employees under the mayor's supervision. Council approved a collective bargaining agreement that did not include "death benefits" for cops because the matter has already been resolved by state law's Mayor Justin Bibb's administration has a duty to enforce. It's Council President Blaine Griffin's duty to ensure that his branch of government remains on its side of the aisle.

CLEVELAND, OH – The $12 million to $37 million Shaker Square cash give-away outgoing Mayor Frank Jackson and Council President Kevin Kelley’s asked council to support as a tautological emergency ordinance is exactly the type of “carryover” contract that causes problems for new mayors entering office behind a mayor whose performance they really don’t know.  Council is holding off on considering the ordinance until after January 3, 2022 and it will be Mayor-elect Justin Bibb’s “mayor’s” signature on the authorizing documents should it pass.  Blaine Griffin will sign the ordinance as council’s president. The mayor’s signature on a document affirms…

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The Netflix MtF tranny trying to dump on Dave Chappelle’s free speech rights is playing a very weak hand with her overly-tolerant and patient employer

CLEVELAND, OH – A transgendered friend of comedian Dave Chappelle committed suicide in 2019 six days after she was viciously attacked on social media by by militant members of the GLTBQ community for defending him against them on October 11, 2019 as a fellow comic.  Chappelle had given Daphne Dorman the opportunity to open a “Sticks and Stones” show in San Francisco; so she knew him in a different way than his critics.  Nothing sexual.  Respect. Chappelle discussed Dorman in his “Closer” comedy show appearing on Netflix.  He was angry about a death he attributed to the hateful treatment she…

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