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Author Archives: RichardInman

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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Categories: Economics, Taxation | Leave a comment

New Underground Railroad

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Sunday, we saw “Runaway Slave”.  It’s sad how far we’ve come as a nation, yet how so many people are being deceived to believe we are still a country where color alone will hold someone back. Our new slavery knows no color – only the trickery of government dependence.  Too many Americans are living on … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Conservatism, The Family, The Left | Leave a comment

Constitution on the Rocks

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The Constitution was a contract between “We the People” and a new Federal government (with the States as the people’s representatives and intermediaries) which gave that new government certain limited powers and responsibilities which were carefully prescribed to avoid future tyranny.  In the last few weeks, we have seen that none of the three … Continue reading »

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Categories: 2012 Election Coverage, Constitutionally Limited Government, Obamacare, Podcast, U.S. Constitution | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Frozen at the Edge of Tyranny

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Tyranny sucks. What happened to our freedoms?  I swear we used to have them.   Quietly, in the name of “safety”, we have lost them. The terrorists of 9/11 didn’t just target the World Trade Center; they targeted our way of life. Our complicit government was eager to “ensure” our safety and create new bureaucracies … Continue reading »

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Categories: Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, U.S. Constitution | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Results of Decades of Progressive Influence

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You know you live in an Upside-down Land if… A Muslim officer crying “Allah Akbar” while shooting up an army base and killing 13 soldiers is considered to have committed”Workplace Violence” while an American citizen boasting a Ron Paul bumper sticker is classified as a ”Domestic Terrorist”. You can get arrested for expired tags on your car but not for being … Continue reading »

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Enemy of My Enemy?

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After hearing some comments this weekend, regarding the Kasich / DeWine debacle, I am left wondering what people can be thinking.  DeWine is clearly one of the best examples of Republican progressive establishment. Kasich on the other hand, hasn’t made popular decisions, but ones critical to our states future.   We cannot pander to the … Continue reading »

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Categories: Ohio Politics | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment