New York Magazine just ran a 6,000-word piece on Ohio Governor John Kasich (R), a guy whose opposition to the GOP’s various ACA repeal attempts and to Donald Trump have created what Kasich seems to believe is a legitimate political opening between the two ideological poles in 2020.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has vetoed the so-called Heartbeat Bill, which would have banned abortion after a fetal heartbeat could be detected (roughly five to six weeks of gestation). The veto, however, is no victory for abortion rights in Ohio. As predicted, Kasich instead signed SB 127, a 20-week ban sponsored by…
On Monday, Dallas paramedic and Republican electoral voter Chris Supurn said in an editorial in the New York Times that he would not vote for Donald Trump, but would consider casting his vote for John Kasich. That’s great for him, but apparently, that’s not what John Kasich wants.
The Ohio legislature is currently pushing through two separate abortion restrictions bills that are vying to hit Governor John Kasich’s desk before the 2016 session comes to an end.
Chris Suprun is a paramedic from Dallas, Texas. A Republican member of the Electoral College, he has previously voiced his support for PEOTUS and poorly dressed meatball Donald Trump. In the last month, however, Suprun has changed his mind.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has swatted down claims from his party’s nominee that the election will be “rigged,” telling CBS This Morning: “Look, to say that elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen, that’s like saying we never landed on the moon, frankly. That’s how silly it is.” True! It is like saying…
John Kasich, who has never come close to being a front-runner in the Republican contest and never quite seemed to mind, will finally suspend his campaign after finishing a very distant third in the Indiana primary.
John Kasich, a toddler screaming for the entire duration of an international flight, has reached the stage in his overlong and grating campaign for the GOP nomination in which the only needs he can truly serve are those of the ironic youth of America.
Temperamental gelatinous sponge Donald Trump has finally, after months of writer’s block, come up with the nickname “1 for 38 Kasich” for GOP rival John Kasich. Sad that he couldn’t think of anything better!
During a town hall in Watertown, New York, presidential candidate John Kasich reminded voters that he is both still campaigning and still an asshole.
John Kasich appeared Thursday on Late Night with Seth Meyers, where he defended his continued insistence on running for president. Let’s hear it, John.
In a fitting demonstration of his peculiarly inept and yet brashly dickish way of moving through the world, John Kasich hung out with some Orthodox Jewish yeshiva students on Tuesday and explained a story from the Torah to them. John: they know. I promise you they know.
CNN, for reasons known only to them and their makers, is hosting a series of “town halls” this week with the remaining three GOP candidates and their families. The Trump edition aired last night: it featured gentle questions from Anderson Cooper and a loving, adulatory audience. It was fucking gross. This whole…
KKK rally port-a-potty holding tanks Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have teamed up against the real enemy: John Kasich.
Ohio Governor John Kasich, a man who is still more or less running for president, has made what little headway he’s attained by insisting that he’s a really nice guy, the only adult in the room, the best man for the job, etc. As a New York Times story today points out, that niceness is belied by anyone who’s ever met…
John Kasich appeared on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday, where he continued to insist that there’s definitely a good chance he could be president. There’s a quote here about confidence and mediocre white men. We’ll think of it.
Showtime’s The Circus is absolutely the best television coverage of the 2016 Presidential Campaign, loaded with behind-the-scenes access, frank candidate interviews, and swift-footed editing with an artful filmic quality to it. (Though it’s a weekly show airing on Sundays, they’ll often incorporate important events…
In the Dantean hellscape we now call America, there is a very good chance that either the Zodiac Killer or a botoxed Garfield the Cat impersonator might end up being the next leader of the free world. But fellow GOP contender John “The Other One” Kasich is having none of that fuckery, because he’s still in the race,…
On Tuesday evening, John Kasich won the primary in his home state, Ohio. The win is whatever—it doesn’t do much to put a dent in Donald Trump’s major lead—but it did give us this video of the campaign celebrating.