AP Story: "Deep Cuts" (Which Aren’t) Are a "Threat" to the Economy -- Apparently, switching from insane acceleration to slightly-less-insane acceleration is the same thing as slamming on the brakes and shifting into reverse. Remind me never to hitch a ride with an AP reporter.
Latest PJ Media Column ("Could Ohio Become a Right-to-Work State?") Is Up -- Someday, before we all die, Ohio employees might possibly be permitted to work without being forced into a union. Maybe. If we're lucky.
Weapons of Mass Discussion
COAST Chooses Vendetta over Its Own Principles -- The Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes wants to unseat Representative Jean Schmidt (OH-02) in the Republican primary next year, but its backing of Brad Wenstrup has some ugly implications involving taxpayer funding of abortion.
Third Base Politics
Sherrod Stands for Bigger Government -- This isn't news to anyone who's been paying attention for any three-month period since 2006, but it's a useful reminder about Ohio's senior Senator.
Ohio liberals blame would-be NYC bomber on...SB5? -- Members of the
Loony Left Reality-Based Community explain how the latest attempt to reform government employee unions pushed people to build pipe bombs and plot attacks on returning U.S. troops. Or something.
The figures don't lie - an economic case for Right-To-Work in Ohio -- Maybe so, Maggie, but do the figures account for the magic "union reform causes terrorism" effect?
"If a tree falls in the forest" - the political/racial equivalent or why the left hates black conservatives -- Leave the leftist plantation, suffer a high-tech lynching.
Occupy Wall Street vs. the Tea Party, visualized -- So simple, even an AP reporter can understand the concept. Ah, who am I kidding? AP reporters react to facts and logic like vampires react to garlic and crucifixes.