Category Archives: Ohio Politics

Constitutional carry is being discussed in Columbus we need to show up

From Kelly Kohls: Ohio Gun Owners keeps us informed. Where the H is Buckeye Firearms or the NRA? Can any of you attend the next Ohio House meeting with me? We have to show support for Constitutional carry. Ohio Gun Owners FB videos   Call or write to these elected representatives.   Federalism Committee will meet again on Wednesday June 26th at 9 am. Will anyone want to join me?

Google shadow bans conservative organizations

Its all about the “Algorithm” as Facebook Founder Zuckergurg says.. If you are a consumer of the Google search engine or mail system (Gmail)  then you are contributing to the data thats used to shadow ban conservative organizations..  Want to see an example: Go to www.  On their search window,  type “Toledo Tea Party” and then hit ENTER. Open up a new browser tab and go to,  type “Toledo Tea Party” and then […]

How would you have voted on the Energy Bill, HB6 ?

From State Representative Nino Vitale via Sanna Aikin. How would you have voted on the Energy Bill, HB6 ? – Read the table (2 pages) I created and let me know. There has been some great discussion and even arguments about HB6. And there are still a lot of questions about the bill. What I have created in this table are the major features of HB6 and what I had to vote on this week. […]

The Buckeye Institute: Regulatory Reform Will Boost Economic Growth

Columbus, OH – The Buckeye Institute’s Greg R. Lawson testified today (see full text below or download a PDF) before the Ohio Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee on the need for regulatory reform in Ohio and Senate Bill 1. In his testimony, Lawson applauded the Senate for taking up regulatory reform, saying, “Ohio desperately needs regulatory reform that eliminates unnecessary regulations that strangle private industry and enterprise as part of the state’s broader reform efforts […]

Ohio Bill Would Allow Schools to Teach the ‘Humanity of the Unborn Child’

From The Ohio Star – A Republican-backed bill making its way through the Ohio House would require the Ohio Department of Health and the state’s board of education to develop an instructional program that teaches “the humanity of the unborn child.” Each school district would then have the option of teaching the program or crafting its own instructional materials, which must “describe the unborn child in two-week gestational periods,” according to State Rep. Niraj Antani […]

Ohio National Guard ordered to stand down at Honor Flight events

It has come to our attention this weekend that the Adjunct for Ohio, General Harris, has decided that an Honor Flight is a POLITICAL event ! He has handed down an edict that no Ohio National Guard troops may participate in anything to do with Honor Flight while in Uniform!! He had deemed it a political event and they cannot participate. Ohio will be the only place in the United States where such a ridiculous […]

Group circulates petition to ban red light cams in Toledo.

For too long the city of Toledo, Ohio has pushed a dangerous money grab of the citizens of Toledo against our will. Long have we sat by hoping that the state would stop the cameras without much avail. Finally us, the citizens, are launching the Ban The Cam Petition to once and for all show the will of the people and make traffic cameras forever illegal in the city of Toledo, Ohio. Our Petition (The […]

Gov DeWine signs Heartbeat Bill

Breaking News! Ohio Heartbeat Bill Signed into Law by Governor DeWine Today Governor Mike DeWine made good on his promise to Ohio voters by signing into law Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill S.B.23, known as The Human Rights and Heartbeat Protection Act, sponsored by State Senator Kristina Roegner of Ohio’s 27th district. Yesterday both the Ohio House and Senate passed the amended bill which is now one of the nation’s strongest abortion bans. The legislation restricts an […]

Another Ohio Republican supports Obamacare – SAD

From The Ohio Star Ohio Republican Attorney General Dave Yost announced Wednesday he would oppose President Donald Trump’s plan to completely repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare. On December 14, 2018, shortly before the 2019 open enrollment period ended, a contentious and controversial case was finally ruled on by the U.S. Supreme Court. Texas v. Azar challenged that the entire Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional. The case noted that the Supreme Court previously ruled […]

Jim Renacci: Government needs to get creative to control spending

There a few things these days that unite congressional Republicans and Democrats alike, but common ground can almost always be found in a shared addiction to out-of-control spending. Having served on the U.S. House Committee on the Budget, I’ve seen firsthand how quickly members from both parties forget that every dollar spent isn’t their dollar earned. It’s an all-too-familiar story that ends up with America in a deeper deficit or being forced to accept fresh […]