Maybe it’s just me, but I’m thinking if you can afford a yacht that could somehow need $60K in repairs, you damn well can afford to pay the taxes on it.
Hamilton County Prosecutor, Joe Deters, announces the indictment of University of Cincinnati police office, Ray Tensing on a murder charge in the death of Sam Dubose
Welcome former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore to the 2016 clown car. Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore filed the paperwork on Wednesday to join the race for the Republican presidential nomination, according to the Federal Election Commission. Gilmore becomes the 17th candidate to seek the 2016 nomination, a field that includes former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, businessman Donald Trump and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. Earlier this month, Gilmore, 65, told the Richmond Times-Dispatch newspaper that he planned to formally enter the race in the first week of August. Gilmore, who briefly sought the 2008 Republican nomination before dropping out, served one term as Virginia’s governor, from 1998 to 2002, and was the chairman of the Republican National Committee in 2001.