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Two flies in the Mahoning Valley's political ointment By Bertram de Souza of The Vindicator

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Yes, The Rogues Gallery may be the name of a popular musical group but it can also be used to describe unpopular and dnagerous so-called political leaders.
Yes, The Rogues Gallery may be the name of a popular musical group but it can also be used to describe unpopular and dnagerous so-called political leaders.
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Youngstown, Ohio, Mayor John A. McNally was found guilty of crimes involving the public trust and The Vindy's top political writer, Bertram de Souza, criticizes him for refusing to leave office. McNally has sponsored legislation to force an entire neighborhood of predominantly African-American residents from their homes to build an industrial park not far  from downtown (and has even threatened to use eminent domain). It turns out, not one company has yet shown an interest in opening up shop in this industrial park. McNally also declared a tilting-at-windmills war against homeless downtown. Displaying Progressive grit, de Souza also goes after Kathy Miller, a former local Republican township trustee who made international news lately as the local Trump campaign chair, for making racist statements against blacks, and even President Barack Obama.

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