05 December 2013
A headline in the Saturday, November 30 Columbus Dispatch screamed: “Family’s well not tainted by driller.” The lead asserts that, “Natural gas that caught fire after it bubbled from a faucet in a Portage County house did not come from a...
05 December 2013
Recently Ohio Right to Life brought a bill to the Ohio General Assembly that would change substantially the way adoptions are done in the state. HB 307, known as the Infant Adoption Reform Bill, shortens the time that an adoption in...
05 December 2013
By Joseph Mismas Managing Editor at Plunderbund.com The State Auditor’s Office released much-anticipated audit reports for JobsOhio and for Ohio’s Development Services Agency late last month that reveal some extremely disturbing...
05 December 2013
Earlier this year the FBI and the state Inspector General’s office investigated mineral rights lease flipping and falsification of public records in Noble County. Environmentalists at the time claimed it was a precursor to massive fracking...
05 December 2013
Columbus City Council President Andy Ginther's recent re-election may appear to have been a shoe-in under the current electoral rules and political landscape, but after an examination of his campaign finances, it appears to be more of a...
27 November 2013
Should Mayor Michael Coleman run for re-election and win in 2015, he will be the longest serving mayor in Columbus history. He has not announced his intentions for the 2015 general election at this time and it is far too early for a...

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