John Fockler

Libertarians Call for Easier Voting Options

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  COLUMBUS, Ohio –  In the wake of delay of the scheduled March 17 primary election and the associated chaos caused by the on-again, off-again announcements, the Libertarian Party of Ohio is calling for more flexible voting provisions to ensure that every Ohioan has a fair and equal chance to cast a ballot.  …

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Ohio Needs A Recall Law

TUESDAY, MARCH 17:  Remember back in 2003 when California recalled its governor, Gray Davis, and replaced him with The Governator?  California is one of 19 states that allows for such a recall. Ohio is not. That needs to change.  Now! Yesterday’s three-ring circus concerning whether the primary election would or would not be held, and …

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Rahm Emanuel’s Virus

“You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”– Rahm Emanuel There are few calamities in this world that the advocates of bigger, more active, and more intrusive government can’t turn to their own advantage. The outbreak …

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Warren Proposes Tuition Tax to Fund Loan Forgiveness

[Ames, IA January 24] As a partial means to fund her plans for forgiving billions of dollars in student loans, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is proposing a five percent tax on tax on college tuition payments from students or their families.  The idea came to Warren, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for President of …

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I Protest!

In case you spent the past few days in a self-imposed media exile, I need to inform you that there was a little protest rally in and around Capitol Square in Richmond, VA on Monday. The Chicago Tribune, in a story subtly slanted against the protesters, estimated the crowd at about 22,000. Other sources placed the …

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