Here is a list of voter guides which you may find helpful as you prepare to vote in the November 4th general election. This list is by no means complete for the entire state. If you know of other […]
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October 23, 2014
COLUMBUS, OH – Buckeye Firearms Association (BFA) has announced a new membership program to help grow resources and further its mission to advocate for Second Amendment rights.
Just days old, this program has already attracted well […]
Justice French ruled for Constitutionally Limited Government in Zero of Eight Critical Cases, Justice Kennedy in Five of Eight
Columbus, OH – The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law today shared research previously prepared for various citizen groups demonstrating that (1) […]
The American Principles Project (APP) tells us about the latest federal education grant, the Preschool Development Grant, which may do for preschool what Race to the Top (RTT) did for primary and secondary education — Common Core-ize it. Like RTT, […]
The Campaign for Liberty is opening a chapter in Ohio in the Columbus area. The group will hold monthly meetings, the first being:
Wed. Nov. 12th – See Facebook page.
6 PM – 8 PM Rusty Bucket
7800 Olentangy River Road
Worthington, OH 43235
For the past week I have been inquiring with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) about our Ebola preparedness. Tonight my questions were answered and you need to know what is going on. At 8 pm tonight I […]
Today the Drudge Report linked to a story by Paul Bedard of the Washington Examiner. Bedard reports that Judicial Watch, a public watchdog group, claims President Obama is “actively formulating plans” to bring non-Americans with Ebola to the United States […]
US Embassies Still Approving Visas from Ebola-stricken Countries; OH Congress Members State Positions on Containment Measures
The Daily Signal, a digital news service of the Heritage Foundation, reports that U.S. embassies in Liberia, Sierre Leone, and Guinea are still processing visas for non-U.S. nationals despite the Ebola epidemic. Approximately 100 people per day are applying […]
Students from Westerville North High School have organized a rally to repeal the Common Core State Standards.
Student-led Repeal Common Core Rally
Saturday October 18th, 12 PM – 2 PM
393 East College Avenue
The rally notice reads as follows:
“Students from […]
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has prepared a voter guide for Northeast Ohio, and in doing so, asked a question we are all curious about: where do congressional candidates stand on the straight repeal of Obamacare.
The Plain Dealer provides the […]
Common Core opponents are making some noise and getting noticed – so much so that Governor Kasich felt compelled to address his position on Common Core at a campaign stop in Lorain County.
The Toledo Blade reports that Governor Kasich […]
Election Day, November 4th, provides an excellent opportunity for Right to Work advocates to collect signatures for Ohioans for Workplace Freedom.
Please contact your fellow petition gatherers to determine optimal polling places in your county or a nearby county. If […]
The education establishment is battening up the hatches to quell Common Core repeal.
The Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA), the Ohio Association of School Board Officials (OASBO), and the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) sent a notice to members […]
The Ohio House Rules and Reference Committee will hear proponent testimony on HB 597, a Common Core repeal bill, on Tuesday October 14th at 6 PM in Room 313 of the Statehouse.
Reps. Matt Huffman and Andy Thompson indicated previously that […]
I know that you do appreciate your local group leaders. We all do. I also know that we thank them when we see them and often show our appreciation in other ways. But, after talking with so many […]
The Obamacare express has taken out its newest victims – this time Walmart employees working less than 30 hours per week. Forbes reports that Walmart will eliminate employer-sponsored health care benefits for 1.2 million workers that fall into this category.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the back and forth on early voting hours for the November 4th election has come to an end. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals voided its September decision and the decision of […]
Local control of schools is alive and well, but you need to go to Colorado Springs to get it. KOAA NBC 5 reports that Colorado Springs School District 11 has voted to seek approval from the Colorado State Board […]
Jason Hart of Watchdog.org goes in depth on Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion enrollment in Ohio. Hart depicts the consistently increasing monthly enrollments which veer further and further from Governor Kasich’s lowball projection of 366,000 by July 2015.
Especially interesting is the […]
In her article, “Top Ten Things Parents Hate About Common Core,” Joy Pullman of the Heartland Institute provides a summary of Common Core’s worst attributes:
The Senseless, Infuriating Math
Obliterating Parent Rights
Dirty Reading Assignments
Turning Kids Into Corporate Cogs
The Data Collection […]
As of August, 367,395 Ohioans had signed up for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion surpassing Governor Kasich’s projected enrollment number (366,000) for July 2015 ten months early.
Meanwhile, in mid-September, Kasich told the Cincinnati Enquirer editorial board that he will push to get […]
Secretary of State Jon Husted issued a statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court Order that stayed a lower court’s ruling which had expanded early voting in Ohio.
Husted made clear that fair elections involve consistent rules across all counties and […]
IJR Review provides an example of the ludicrous Common Core math problems children are being subjected to.
A child (probably a first grader) is asked to make 10 by adding 8+5. The child responds,
“You can not make 10 withe 8 + […]
WBNS 10TV reports the U.S. Supreme Court has delayed the start of early voting in Ohio until October 7th. In a 5-4 decision, the justices put a hold on a lower court’s ruling that had restored “Golden Week”, a […]
Gongwer News Service reports on an HHS report titled “Health Insurance Issuer Participation and New Entrants in the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015.”
HHS paints a rosy scenario noting that the number of participating insurers is up 25% across the country.
The report […]
Not willing to allow themselves to be relegated to obsolescence, the Ohio Elections Commission has decided to appeal U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black’s decision which struck down Ohio’s law banning campaign lies.
The Ohio Elections Commission must not have […]
In her article, “Four Common Core ‘flimflams'”, Carol Burris strikes down the most oft-heard statements from Common Core proponents. Ohio parents will recognize these talking points as they are frequently parrotted by school officials, the Kasich administration, and some […]
The Ohio House Rules and Reference Committee has heard over 30 hours of testimony from proponents and opponents of HB 597, the Common Core repeal bill, but the Committee wants to hear more. Another hearing has been proposed with […]
Obamacare does not seem to be working as expected in the State of Minnesota. Its state-based health exchange known as Mnsure received a major blow with the announcement that its lowest cost insurance provider, Preferred One, will be pulling […]
The Cleveland Plain Dealer asks if a conservative advocacy group with close ties to Governor Kasich is laying the groundwork for a Kasich presidential run. While it’s no surprise to most Ohioans that the Governor has his eyes set on […]