This document, the cornerstone of our county, is being read at celebration events across Ohio. When you hear the words, ponder what was going on 239 years ago to drive these men to such an extreme that they were […]
This is a change… Understanding the reality of gerrymandered districts, the NW Ohio Conservative Coalition says its looking for a moderate/conservative Democrat to run against the liberal Rep Marcy Kaptur (OH9) in the Primary elections.
Rep Kaptur has been the […]
The Workplace Freedom Amendment is alive and well and cranking up activities for the summer festivities
Project Leader Sue Ellen King is asking volunteers to take full advantage of the summers festivals, fairs, and other gatherings to reach a goal […]
House Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan made the following comments today regarding the expiration of the Export-Import Bank’s charter:
“This is a great day for taxpayers around the country who are fed up with cronyism in Washington. The charter of […]
In late April, the NW Ohio Conservative Coalition (NWOCC) launched a unique statewide program that allows Ohio’s conservatives to communicate with each other regarding their choice of conservative Presidential candidates, and their opinion in regards to changing their […]
Dr. Kelly Kohls
At a rescheduled meeting on June 4th, the Springboro OH School Board approved a new contract with the Springboro Education Association. The three-year contract provides for base increases of 2%, 2%, and 3% per year. […]
( If your group is reading the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, Please put the details in the “COMMENTS” section so other may attend your event)
Are you fed up with whats going on in our country and don’t […]
On Saturday, I had the opportunity to attend the Ohio Precinct Project’s (OPP) event in Troy, Ohio.
I’ve been working with Ted Stevenot and the Ohio Precinct Project on the possibility of them doing a similar event here in NW […]
Poll shows Strickland up 46% over Portman 40%
By Phil Burress
CCV Action has warned over and over again that a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate (or President) can not win Ohio if they support same-sex unions. Portman, because of pride […]
In November of 2014, Congress had an approval rating of around 12%. Given such poor ratings, what percentage of Ohio’s Congressional incumbents do you think won reelection?
100% of them.
How does this happen?
Legislative districts like those for Congress, state senate, and state house are drawn by establishment interests or “gerrymandered” to […]
PREFACE – Having read the entire 47 pages, I found the Courts document clear and concise. Every word and every sentence was important and had meaning (I wish I could write like this). This made it very difficult to […]
IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED –
Having a Photo ID is required in almost everything we do, except voting. Ohio Bill, HB-189 would change this, yet it seems to be stalled in the Government Accountability and Oversight Committee. Is Chairman Tim […]
I’m tired of the establishment Republicans telling me that if I like 80% of the candidate, then I should jump in and give 100% support – BULL CRAP.
I want 100%. When I hire an employee, we define the job, […]
Sen Rob Portman voted YES moves the FAST TRACK bill one step closer to allowing President Obama to authorize ALL trade agreement treaties.
We are very disappointed in Sen Portman’s stand on this, We view that Sen Portman gave up […]
Less than 6 weeks after its launch, the Ohio Conservatives United (OCU) program has become the talk of Conservative, Liberty, 912, and Tea Party groups and organizations across Ohio. The “talk” isn’t about the OCU, but what the OCU […]
A few high profile Republican U.S. Senators introduced S. 182, Learning Opportunities Created at the Local (LOCAL) Level Act, on January 16th, which would amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (EASA) to prohibit federal education mandates. […]
While Governor Kasich talks of renewing Medicaid expansion for abled bodied adults, his Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) is quietly reducing Medicaid services for Ohio’s developmentally disabled population.
The DODD released its Final Report of the Strategic Planning Leadership Group […]
The time is fast approaching when Governor Kasich will release his proposed budget for the 2016-2017 biennium. When he does, he is expected to include a two year renewal of Obamacare Medicaid expansion – the expansion you will remember […]
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Governor Kasich plans to travel the country in 2016, not to get a jump on a presidential campaign, but to push for a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Ohio is one of […]
John Allison, President and CEO of the CATO Institute, spoke at the Federalist Society’s 14th Annual Barbara K. Olson Memorial Lecture.
Mr. Allison discussed CATO’s mission, the fundamental role of government, and what he sees as the philosophical fight for […]
Taxpayers cheated by Indian Hill School District’s “Inside Millage Move” by raising taxes without public vote
Cincinnati – Indian Hill School District’s property tax increase without voter permission violated state law, according to unanimous ruling late yesterday from the […]
Obamacare’s second annual open enrollment period has been underway for approximately two weeks, but even before it began, the Obama administration downplayed expectations by lowering its projected 2015 enrollment figure by 30%.
The Congressional Budget Office orginally predicted there would […]
How much more obfuscation and misinformation about Obamacare will Americans be subjected to?
Bloomberg reports that the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee discovered that the Obama administration has been misreporting the number of people enrolled in Obamacare by approximately […]
From the start, the Common Core repeal bill HB 597 was put behind the eight ball. Shortly after it passed out of committee, Rep. Matt Huffman, speaker pro tempore and one of the bill’s sponsors, told the Cincinnati Enquirer,
Heidi Huber of Ohioans Against Common Core has worked tirelessly fighting for Common Core repeal in Ohio. She was on Columbus radio, 610 WTVN, giving an update on the status of the repeal bill, HB 597.
Listen to the podcast […]
My previous post on the House bill which curbs standardized testing incorrectly stated that the bill would limit testing on state achievement and graduation tests to four hours per student per year.
The bill actually limits standardized testing to four […]
See updated post. Proposed testing limit in House Bill is actually four hours per assessment.
Finally there is an aspect of Common Core that we can all agree on – there is far too much standardized testing.
In response to the […]
Jonathan Gruber, the now notorious Obamacare architect, may just well be the most toxic man in America. He has managed to offend literally all of the American public by referring to the “stupidity of the American voter,” calling his […]
Republicans in the General Assembly inserted in the mid biennium review bill, HB 487, a program which sounds like it could be connected to Common Core. The program, College Credit Plus (CCP), provides free full and part time college […]
Municipal income tax reform is on the agenda in the lame-duck session of the Ohio General Assembly.
The Buckeye Institute has published a report which highlights the most aggregious aspects of Ohio’s municipal income tax system and identifies needed reforms.