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This is the first article I have written at 4:26 a.m. I am sitting at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway sipping a cup of coffee...
Jacob Berry amazes me. The 28-year-old preacher from Oklahoma considers a rare form of muscular dystrophy a gift from God. He has lived with this condition his entire life. He maintains an incredible attitude, displays a charming sense of humor and is armed with a quick wit despite being confined to a wheelchair and dependent on a breathing machine.
The journey for Jones has been rewarding but also challenging. “When you try to become a professional athlete, you face a lot of ups and downs,” Jones said. “There is jubilation, and there is depression. There is excitement, and there is defeat.” ~James Jones, Cleveland Cavaliers
Mike Gonidakis noted Ohio Right to Life has been able to successfully implement its “incremental approach” to passing pro-life legislation by making sure people vote for the right person each election. “When you are able to have great pro-life candidates and educate the men and women of this state on who we endorse – it has wonderful results,” he said. “And the results so far have been substantial.”
If you are in the mood to get wet, muddy and spiritually challenged all at the same time, then Minford, Ohio is just the place to go on April 29. Minford is a rural town located about two hours south of Columbus.
Cleveland Cavaliers Coach Tyronn Lue is glad March is over. After all, the NBA World Champions went 7-10 during the month and just appeared to be “out of sync” as playoff time draws near. The team remains in first place, but their chemistry needs to be coming together soon if the Cavs plan on defending their title.
Last week, I wrote an article about a bill weaving its way through the Ohio State Legislature. It’s a shame this bill even needs to be brought up for a vote. My published article dealt with the facts – now I’m going to share my opinion.
A bill is making its way through the Ohio General Assembly that would require fetal remains to be treated humanely after an abortion.
Last December, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed a bill into law which makes assisted suicide a felony. Kudos to our two-term Republican governor. Ohio House Bill 470 makes assisted suicide a third-degree felony, and anyone convicted can face up to five years in prison if convicted.