Despite the best efforts of the Obama administration, the majority of Americans have figured out by now that Obamacare is a ruse. Through speeches and media reports the Administration continues to give the appearance that they have developed a vibrant and efficient health insurance marketplace, but fewer and fewer are buying the lie. An April 14th Rasumussen poll found that 58% of voters now view the health care law unfavorably, up from 52% in […]
It may be hard for some Americans to wrap their minds around it. I’m talking about those of us who appreciate the convenience and the myriad of choices available to consumers in a free market economy. But, in a country where you can buy a Big Mac 24 hours a day and download a movie off Netflix at 2 A.M., you cannot buy health insurance for the next eight months — an odd conundrum […]
Obamacare is not as much about health care policy as it is about social policy. The massive wealth redistribution accomplished through the ACA’s many taxes, fees, fines, subsidies, and tax credits which reward some while punishing others is just one example of this point. Another example is the requirement for businesses to offer contraception and abortion-inducing drugs through employer sponsored health insurance plans regardless of the religious beliefs of the employer.
The Weekly Standard reveals […]
The room was full of northeast Ohio tea party members when Adam Brandon, Executive Director of FreedomWorks for America, announced the endorsement of Matt Lynch for U.S. Congress in Ohio’s 14th district. Lynch will face-off against incumbent Republican Representative Dave Joyce in the May 6th primary.
Supporters cheered and waved signs when the endorsement was announced making it clear that Matt Lynch has considerable grassroots backing which, if translated into a strong ground game, may mean […]
A primary concern of Common Core opponents is the collection of private student information in a statewide longitudinal database and the sharing of the data between local, state, and federal governments as well as with hired contractors of these agencies. To allay concerns expressed by many Ohioans over this unprecedented access to student performance and demographic data, Representative Andrew Brenner introduced and the Ohio House passed HB 181, the Student Data Accountability Act. After […]
Federal law calls for the President to submit a new federal budget on the first Monday in February. President Obama has missed this deadline for all but one year that he has been in office and the 2015 budget will be no exception.
Bloomberg reports the federal budget will be released in two phases this year. The first phase – a summary by department and agency with some spending detail – will be released March […]
Governor Kasich will give his annual “State of the State” address in Medina, Ohio this Monday. Members of the Portage County Tea Party have organized a rally outside the event to let the governor know how they feel about his pro big government policies:
Implementing Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion
Cementing federal control of our schools through Common Core
Proposing a fracking tax
Instituting a phony income tax cut by raising the sales tax
Using taxpayer dollars to subsidize business with […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, February 10, 2014
CONTACT: Tom Zawistowski
MEDIA NOTES: PDF Copy of Letter and ONG Documents Attached
Akron, OH: We the People Convention President, Tom Zawistowski, sent a letter today to Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan demanding an immediate investigation into what he called “an even more onerous type of targeting” of TEA Party Groups by the Federal Governement. The letter was sent after a story appeared today on the Ohio media website, www.Mediatrackers.org, […]
The New American reports that things are heating up in New York state. Parents, teachers and lawmakers are coming together in defense of the children to end what NY State Assemblyman Al Graf refers to as “state-sponsored child abuse.” To what does Mr. Graf refer? None other than the Common Core standards.
While most Ohio schools are experiencing the first of the Common Core curriculum changes this year, New York students have already had a […]
Ideastream reports Governor Kasich kicked off his re-election campaign with a speech before the Ohio Newspaper Association. The Governor covered a multitude of topics and was asked about his relationship with the tea party, a group, it was noted, that has given him trouble in the past over such issues as Medicaid expansion. Ideastream explained Kasich “told the Ohio Newspaper Association that he and tea party members share many of the same concerns, such as […]