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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Worse Than It Appears

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The scandals that have rocked this administration have been bad enough.  However, there are actually far more sinister and damning things to look at beyond the illegalities of what has been unveiled about this Administration.  What these scandals have inadvertently exposed is that the entire philosophy of big government is, just as we Conservatives have … Continue reading »

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Liberalism’s Role in the Obama Scandals

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If you look at the 4 major scandals currently plaguing the Obama Administration (Fast & Furious, Benghazi, IRS, and Media Spying) it’s easy to break them down into 2 separate groups.  The first group, Benghazi and Fast & Furious, both have to do with creating false narratives out of thin air.  In the Benghazi case … Continue reading »

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Doing Math for the IRS

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Listening to recent IRS testimony before Congress we were told that the targeting of specific groups that has been taking place over the last couple of years has been nothing more than an attempt to create efficiency and was by no means meant to be a partisan witch hunt.  Basically, we are supposed to believe … Continue reading »

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Obama is Ultimately to Blame

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You won’t find pictures of Adolph Hitler standing with a still smoking Luger strapped to his hip, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t responsible for the slaughter of millions.  You won’t find signed copies of “hit orders” from Al Capone, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t responsible for his adversaries showing up dead all over … Continue reading »

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The Tea Party Pushes Back Against the IRS

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Better late than never could be the slogan of the day.  Butler County Ohio’s Liberty Township Tea Party (LTTP) is in the eye of the storm of controversy over the IRS’s intrusive questioning of tea party and other conservative patriot groups.  Liberty Township Tea Party applied for 501 C3 status in 2010.  In 2011, the … Continue reading »

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Apology NOT Accepted

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An IRS spokesperson recently issued a verbal apology to the various Tea Party and Patriot groups whom they had specifically targeted for extreme scrutiny over their applications for 501C3 tax exempt status.  Even though I can’t speak for our group, which happened to be one of those that was targeted, or any of the other … Continue reading »

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Impact of Marketplace Fairness

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Taxation is often A if not THE focus for fiscal conservatives.  Taxation occurs at every political level: Local, State, and Federal.  Another equally important focus is a constitutionally limited government.  As such, we would expect to drive taxing decisions closer to the people when possible.Our existing Ohio State tax code declares Sales & Use tax must be … Continue reading »

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The Truths of Abortion Exposed

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The abortion debate has finally taken a decidedly hard turn towards the pro-life position after four recent events have exposed what those of us from the pro-life side have been saying all along.  The media did its best to ignore the first and most obvious event up until they had no other option but to … Continue reading »

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Incentives and Perception Drive Immigration

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The stars have aligned once again for Congress to confront America’s illegal immigration problem. An estimated 11 million people are residing in the U.S. without legal status according to the Department of Homeland Security DHS.   It is worth noting that a significant number of people are interested in coming here from Mexico at some point … Continue reading »

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