A state attorney general can't credibly crack down on other officeholders' corruption if he or she is one of that state's worst offenders. Indeed, the office should be held to a higher standard, not a lower one.
While Ohio is the first state in the country to freeze its renewable energy standards, more than a dozen states have debated similar bills since 2013 -- a troubling trend led largely by well-funded extremists.
Beyond turning freedom of religion on its head, let alone cutting women off from choosing medical regiments that research has proven can reduce ovarian and other cancers, it is interesting to observe how zealously these Attorneys General are pursuing this crusade.
It's clear how badly John Kasich wants you to believe that he is the "Jobs Governor." Which might lead you to ask, "Then why is Kasich currently chasing good jobs out of Ohio?" Apparently lotions and lingerie offend the Governor's sensibility.
And the hopes for a Republican revival in 2016 rest upon... ? The answer to that question, according to a featured article that Politico ran at the end of last week, just might be Ohio Governor John Kasich.