Ohio GOP fails to purge Conservative SCC members from March 15th ballot.

The Ohio Republican party State Central Committee’s (SCC) attempt to purge Conservative Republicans ran afoul for the second time in as many weeks.

Last night the Marion County Board of Elections announced that Lisa Cooper will remain on the ballot as a viable candidate for the Republican Party State Central Committee District 26 (SCC26).

The Ohio GOP’s purge attempt started three weeks ago, when they voted to endorse themselves for re-election. After a slanderous  outburst and […]

RINO – Whats in a name

Mr Anderson write this in response to a very derogatory comment made about “Teabaggers” on the Toledo Tea Party web site.  Mr Anderson gave us permission to re-post his response here…

The term RINO is an acronym for Republicans In Name Only. This refers to Candidates and/or Elected Officials that run for office as Republicans, but vote as, or have values equivalent to, Democrats. When the actual name applies, as applied by individuals, depends on […]

Obituary of Brenda Lee Mack

Brenda Lee Mack
1957 – 2014
Canfield – Brenda Lee Mack, 57, passed away peacefully, Saturday morning, November 1, 2014 at St. Elizabeth Health Center after a short illness.

Brenda was born July 17, 1957 in Salem, a daughter of Richard and Bernice Wells Hill.

Raised in Lisbon, she was a 1976 graduate of Southern Local High School. Brenda attended Harding Business College in Youngstown, received a business degree from Kent State University, and was to graduate in […]

By |November 3rd, 2014|Misc|0 Comments

Supreme Court Argument Wednesday: Can Ohioans Stop “JobsOhio” in Court?

1851 Center will argue that state taxpayers maintain standing to challenge the constitutionality of corporate welfare
Columbus, OH – On Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court of Ohio will hear oral arguments on the extent to which Ohioans may take legal action to force state government to comply with the Ohio constitution’s spending, indebtedness, cronyism, and corporate welfare constraints.

The 1851 Center asserts that if Ohio’s high court gives a pass to lower court rulings that Progress Ohio […]

Tax Dollar Saving Ohio Bill to Require Single License Plate Moves to House Floor for Vote

A bill that would get rid of the front plate requirement, HB 133, was passed (11-2) by the Ohio House Transportation, Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee last Tuesday, and moves to the full house floor for a vote. It looks like it will be scheduled for early this week (July 8 – 12).

Please contact members of the Ohio House of Representatives and ask them to vote YES on H.B. 133.  Locate your statehouse Rep […]

Will You Be Voting on Tuesday?

On May 7th, many school districts in Ohio have operating levy or bond issues on the ballot. I recently spent some time studying data compiled by the conservative think tank Opportunity Ohio relating to salaries, enrollment, and expenditures for some of the school districts near where I live.

Here are a few things I learned (follow the source links to find the numbers in your area).

In nearly every case I reviewed locally, from 2001 through […]

Number Working in Ohio Now Below 1999 Levels

Surely you heard self congratulatory speeches from Ohio’s political leaders patting themselves on the back for doing such a great job improving Ohio’s economy and job situation? Would it surprise you to learn that the number of people working in Ohio is now less than 1999 levels? See the chart linked below from Opportunity Ohio.

Ohio’s working age population has been increasing since 1999.

However, the number of Ohioans actually working is currently below 1999 levels.

The […]

Ohio kids asked to ticket their parents for “unsafe” driving behavior

by Wendy Sizemore, Pickaway County 912 Project Liberty Group

The National Safety Council in partnership with an organization they created, the Ohio Teen Safe Driving Coalition (OTSDC), launched a pilot program for middle school kids to ticket their parents for “unsafe” driving behaviors.  SADD and the Ohio State Highway Patrol, as members of OTSDC, were the vehicles for getting the program into three Ohio schools.  Students were asked not only to ticket their parents for […]

By |February 24th, 2013|All Posts, Educational, Misc|9 Comments

Merry Christmas

May you and yours have a very Merry Christmas and a relaxing and restful holiday season!  Thank you for all your efforts on behalf of your community, our state and our nation. Many of your family and friends, whom you will be with during the holidays, will have no idea about how hard you have worked and how much you have given to protect their individual freedom and Liberty. But I, and all of […]

By |December 24th, 2012|Misc|0 Comments

Your donations enable OLC to continue the fight for liberty

During the holiday season, we all give to individuals and organizations we care about. We know that many  of you care about the Ohio Liberty Coalition, which has provided leadership, training and analysis for liberty groups all over Ohio and far beyond in the past year. Our weekly newsletter is now delivered to more than 15,000 people each week. Our website set record after record for visits this year and now is one of […]

By |December 19th, 2012|All Posts, Misc|0 Comments

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