John Kasich


2018 was certainly a year of victory for the pro-life movement. As the year draws to a close and we look back on what took place, pro-lifers across the country have cause for celebration. Here are 2018’s top five pro-life victories: 1.) Pro-abortion senators lose their seats in the midterms. A markedly positive outcome from […]


The Ohio House of Representatives has passed an important piece of pro-life legislation, making it a felony for doctors to abort unborn babies who have a detectable heartbeat. Approved by a vote of 60 to 35 on Thursday, this bill classifies aborting a baby with a beating heart as a fifth-degree felony. Under this classification, […]


Dear John: You’re a good man. A dear man. A man I know will someday find someone to love you. But we thought we made it crystal clear in 2016: you’re not the man for us. What part of losing 29 straight GOP primary contests don’t you get? Oh, then of course you won Ohio. […]


It’s a time-honored tradition. Candidate runs for president. Candidate loses. Candidate’s campaign staff blames everyone and everything in an anonymous tell-all piece to the media. It happens every cycle — should’a, would’a, could’a. But this piece at CNN is still worth a read. Apparently there was a real push to put Marco Rubio on Ted Cruz’s […]


Last night, after finishing a distant third in the Indiana Primary, a defiant John Kasich appeared poised to continue his quest for the presidency, even as Ted Cruz ended his own. Despite his position far behind Donald Trump in the delegate count, Kasich’s campaign released the following statement through John Weaver, their chief strategist: Tonight’s […]


John Kasich was back to his preachy self during a town hall in California last week. Watch as he wades once again into the issues of marriage and religious liberty: QUESTIONER: Do you believe that some people are born gay? I’m a 62-year-old gay man who came out to both of my parents at 19, […]


PPP is a Democratic pollster so take it with a grain of salt, but their latest poll shows that Hillary Clinton is in a statistical dead heat John Kasich in Ohio. Clinton has 41 percent to Kasich’s 43 percent, within the margin of error. Donald Trump is behind Clinton in Ohio 45 percent to 42 […]


Michael Barone has a column on RealClearPolitics.com today where he points out the steep hill that Donald Trump still must climb to win the nomination outright. We both agreed about the similarities with the Northeastern states, but he pointed out something that I missed — that turn out in these heavily blue states was just […]


John Kasich is longing for the days of smoke-filled rooms at conventions. He’s made it clear recently that he believes voters have been silly not to vote for him, and that political elites will correct them at the convention. In an interview with The Washington Post last week, he explained why he still believes that […]


Donald Trump is known for “branding” his rivals in an attempt to point out their perceived weakest qualities. Jeb Bush was “low energy.” Marco Rubio? “Little Marco.” Ted Cruz, of course, is known as “Lyin’ Ted” on Trump’s Twitter feed. But for whatever reason, Trump has avoided branding John Kasich. That changed this morning after […]


Fox News reports on this breaking development: “In a pair of simultaneously released statements, the campaigns announced that Kasich would pull out of Indiana to give Cruz ‘a clear path’ ahead of that state’s winner-take-all primary May 3, while the Cruz campaign will “clear the path” for Kasich in Oregon, which votes May 17, and […]


A few weeks ago, “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver urged his viewers to refer to Donald Trump as “Donald Drumpf,” a reference to Trump’s ancestral last name. Well, it seems John Kasich’s campaign has taken Oliver’s advice to heart. A page on Kasich’s website touting his supposed electability compared to Mr. Trump repeatedly refers to […]


Following Ted Cruz’s distant third place finish in New York, John Kasich triumphantly tweeted yesterday: Now that Cruz is now mathematically eliminated, the only diff between him and Kasich is Kasich can defeat Clinton.https://t.co/D7Nmg9dhod — John Kasich (@JohnKasich) April 20, 2016 In reality, there are quite a few mathematical differences between Cruz and Kasich. Cruz has […]


Last night, Donald Trump won New York in emphatic fashion. Not only did he win with more than 60 percent of the vote, but according to current results, he managed to win 90 of 95 delegates in the state, exceeding even the most optimistic of expectations. John Kasich won the other 5 delegates, and Ted Cruz […]


There are people that are authentically nice. Authentically nice people perform acts of charity and have the tendency to show courage and bravery when necessary. They aren’t afraid to confront a bully when they witness acts of injustice. They come to the rescue and do what they can out of love, many times self-sacrificially. Then […]


Politics K-12, the Education Week blog, compared the remaining five presidential candidates on how well they have performed on implementing this list of education reforms: Strongly back charter schools, and in some cases vouchers as well; Think that accountability should present data-based information on schools in a fashion parents can easily grasp; Believe that standardized […]


John Kasich, the candidate of hope, speaks once again of how tolerant and loving he is towards everybody but those losing their livelihoods because the government can’t tolerate people who don’t serve gay weddings. Watch his answer and read the full transcript, and see what a profile in courage is — NOT: CHRIS MATTHEWS: But […]


Unlike John Kasich, who tossed North Carolina under his Jon Huntsman Retread Bus, Ted Cruz stood up for the people of North Carolina, according to the Associated Press: Cruz said Thursday during taping of a MSNBC town hall in Buffalo, New York, that states can pass such laws because ‘men should not be going to […]


I have to give Governor John Kasich points for consistency. He went on CNN on Monday and doubled down on his view that values issues just aren’t that important. Referring to Mississippi’s religious liberty law, Kasich said: I read about this thing they did in Mississippi where apparently you can deny somebody service because they’re gay. […]


Rumors of Donald Trump’s demise may have been greatly exaggerated. After several weeks of bad news stories — and bad results in Wisconsin, Colorado, and Wyoming — Trump is poised to get back to his winning ways next Tuesday, April 19th, with New York’s GOP primary. According to a new poll from NY1/Baruch College, Trump leads in New York with 60 […]