November 11, 2017 Brad Johnson

Progressives in Cincinnati lost a lot on Election Day 2017. The stage had been set. The votes had been cast. And the city with the 28th largest economy in the nation — and largest in Ohio — anxiously awaited to see the direction it’s voters decided to take. One option stood…

August 30, 2017 Cam Uptmor

WBC comes to UC. On September 6, the Westboro Baptist Church* will be staging a protest on the Uptown Campus of the University of Cincinnati. The Westboro Baptist Church, or WBC, is a radical Christian church from Topeka, Kansas. WBC claims to be a baptist church, but only preaches doctrines…

August 22, 2017 Brad Johnson 4Comment

*Editor’s Note: Since the publication of the article, the necessary steps have been taken to invite a diversity of opinion into the event. While this event was not sponsored by the University, it is being held on campus. We are extremely glad the University of Cincinnati corrected this error, and…

August 14, 2017 Thomas Zimmerman

Go stand in it. As Bearcats and Musketeers make their way back to Cincinnati for the beginning of Fall semester, it won’t be long until some of us start to feel suffocated in the “concrete jungle” of the city. While Cincinnati has some awesome sights to see — from Over…

August 9, 2017 Brad Johnson 1Comment

Extortion with governmental backing is still extortion. Wednesday morning, the members of City Council finally voted on whether to approve the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital expansion in Avondale. By a vote of 6-3 — with Yvette Simpson, Wendell Young, and Charlie Winburn all abstained from voting, effectively voting “No” — the…

August 1, 2017 Brad Johnson 1Comment

The Western Hills Viaduct is crumbling. Cincinnatians were horrified — but not shocked — to hear that a piece of the much maligned Western Hills Viaduct had broken off a few weeks ago. The slab of concrete fell onto a truck stopped at a nearby traffic light. The bridge was reopened…

August 1, 2017 Cody Rizzuto 1Comment

The lack of transparency is prevalent. Last week local officials on Cincinnati City Council and the Hamilton County Commission announced that they had reached a deal on the Metropolitan Sewer District. The current deal, which has been in place for the last half-century, is set to expire next year and…