Events to attend in October

BATTLE OF IDEAS – 2018

See below for more on the many events scheduled this week (October 16 – 21)

Including:
President Trump’s speech at Heritage Foundation
AFP event with Congressman Davidson on tax reform
Mike DeWine and Rick Santorum at K’s in Troy
Institute on the Constitution classes

Ohio State Reps. Goodman-Brenner Propose Bill on Free Speech

From The Daily Signal, Jonathan Butcher writes about state Reps. Wesley Goodman, R-Cardington, and Andrew Brenner, R-Powell who proposed a bill that prohibits state-funded schools from disinviting campus lecturers based on the content of their expression. For the full article, click here

State Representative Nino Vitale’s opinion on State issues 1 and 2

Issue 1 – Vote No

This is also known as, “MARSY’S Law.” It is modeled after a similar measure in California that was approved after a 1983 case in which a young woman named Marsy Nicholas was stalked and murdered by her ex-boyfriend. The victim’s family saw the accused murderer shortly afterward in a grocery store; they had not been notified he had been released on bail. Continue reading

Congressman Davidson on tax reform

Join Americans for Prosperity – Ohio and Congressman Warren Davidson for a discussion around the need for comprehensive tax reform. There will be an opportunity for a Q&A on the principals of tax reform. Lunch will be provided.

To register, please visit https://davidsontaxreform.eventbrite.com

When: Wednesday, October 18th from Noon until 2:30pm

Where: Basil’s on Market, 18 N. Market St., Troy, Ohio 45373

 Seating is limited, so sign up as soon as possible.

Mike DeWine to share his vision for the state of Ohio

Mike DeWine will be hosting a Meet and Greet with special guest Rick Santorum. This is a free, family-friendly event where Mike DeWine will share his vision for the state of Ohio.
What: Meet and Greet with Mike DeWine and Rick Santorum
Where: K’s Hamburger Shop, 117 E Main St, Troy, OH
When: Thursday, Oct 19 from 2:30p to 3:30p
Cost: FREE (buy your own food)
RSVP by clicking here.
 
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President Trump to Speak at Heritage Foundation, 10/17/17

It is my honor to announce that President Donald Trump will address Heritage members at our annual President’s Club Meeting on Tuesday, October 17 at 7:30 pm Eastern.

I invite you to listen to President Trump’s message and participate in the conversation by tuning in live here —https://secured.heritage.org/watch-pres-trump/. You don’t want to miss it!

When you use this link you’ll also get a chance to comment on the speech and share your thoughts on how we can make America great again.

Heritage has been instrumental in providing the Trump administration with sound policies and experts who now serve in key government positions.

The Trump Administration has drawn from Heritage’s plans to balance the budget, cut wasteful government programs and agencies, strengthen our national security, fix our broken immigration system, protect religious liberty and the dignity of life, and provide tax relief to Americans.

You can watch President Trump’s address on Tuesday, October 17 at 7:30 pm Eastern by clicking on this link — https://secured.heritage.org/watch-pres-trump/

This will be a memorable day for Heritage.

Onward!

Ed Feulner
President
P.S. As I prepare for the event, I’d love to hear from you. If you could ask President Trump a question, what would you ask? Ask here — https://secured.heritage.org/watch-pres-trump/
I look forward to reading your response.
The Heritage Foundation

Constitution Class, 10/21/17

Institute on the Constitution is premiering their new 4 session Constitution course.  The entire course will be covered in Saturday 21 Oct.  This will be a great opportunity for All to get a look at the IOTC program and learn about our founding documents.  But in order to have ample supplies available, Ricki Pepin needs immediate responses on all who want to attend and purchase the course materials.  Please RSVP to Ricki.  Her email is ricki@pepin.com

THE TIME IS NOW TO REGISTER FOR THE IOTC HERITAGE SEMINAR!  

Our most vulnerable Americans are at risk, and along with them, the very liberty and principles upon which our nation was founded.  These Americans are our children, our future generations that will vote, enact legislation and lead our nation.  What are these future leaders learning?  What are their values, morals, attitudes and standards?  Most urgently, what are they being taught about America, its purpose and history? A strategy is afoot to deceive our children and defraud them of their God-given rights and liberty.  Their American Christian heritage is the most valuable inheritance they have.  How will our children learn the truth about America?  If parents do not counsel their children, the world will.  If the church does not counsel people, the world will.  Martin Luther King Jr. said, “The church must be reminded that it is…the conscience…guide and critic of the state…”

Koinos Christian Fellowship is offering a solution to this dilemma, and THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR THIS LIFE-CHANGING EVENT – The Truth of America’s Founding – Your Heritage & Mine,” to be held Saturday, October 21, from 10 AM – 4 PM.  Contact Ricki or Koinos Christian Fellowship to enroll

Our future is bright, if we pass on the knowledge that will protect our children’s heritage.

OVIP Op-Ed letter in support of John Husted

Please note the opinions written below are not the opinion of Miami County Liberty but are solely those of Ohio Voter Integrity Project and rewritten to promote discussion and provoke thought. 

Ohio Voter Integrity was asked for our opinion about how Ohio’s elected officials, Secretary of State (SOS) Jon Husted and Ohio Attorney General (AG) Mike DeWine, have worked to improve voter integrity and investigate and prosecute voter fraud.
The following comments come completely from our own experiences over the past 6 years as leaders of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project (Ohio VIP), a non-partisan, nonprofit 501 (c) (4) organization. Because of our tax status, we cannot endorse candidates and therefore do not endorse either 2018 Ohio gubernatorial candidate mentioned here.
When evaluating the performance of the SOS or AG, it is important to
understand a few of the responsibilities and limitations of these two elected positions with respect to elections.
Ohio Secretary of State:
• Is the chief election officer for the State of Ohio
• Makes sure that Ohio and Federal election laws are correctly interpreted and followed by the county Boards of Elections (BOEs)
• Gives directives, advisories and memos to the County BOEs to help them to interpret and implement new or revised election laws.
• Does not make election law. That is the job of the Ohio Legislature.
• Does not have the authority to interfere with the county BOEs unless:
       ο They request his help on a matter,
       ο A BOE needs his vote to break a tie
       ο He determines that the County BOE is not operating under existing election laws.
Ohio Attorney General:
• Is the chief law officer for the state of Ohio
• Is responsible for prosecuting cases of election fraud that are
referred to him by the Ohio Secretary of State and other sources
• May refer election cases to the counties for prosecution
• Has the power to prosecute any and all election cases that occur within the state.
Our Experiences with Jon Husted and Mike DeWine:

Continue reading

Speaker Lisa Watson, 9/30/17

Constitution Class 10/14/17

Shelby County Liberty hosts KrisAnne Hall Constitution Class – October 14, 2017

KrisAnne Hall will present a constitution class at Calvary United Baptist Church, 9480 County Rd 25A, Sidney, OH  from 10:00am to 4:30pm.

Cost is $10.00. This includes the class, a catered lunch and a flag pin.

KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor who travels the country teaching the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents. KrisAnne will connect the dots for you like no one else can!

University of Dayton hosts K. Carl Smith

Prominent African-American speaker, K. Carl Smith, will discuss “Frederick Douglass’ Rise from Slavery to Prosperity:  The Importance of a Free and Prosperous America” on Monday, September 11, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., University of Dayton, Kennedy Union Ballroom.  Admission is free and open to the public.  Refreshments served.
 
As an expert on Frederick Douglass, K. Carl Smith will present the inspiring story of abolitionist, statesman, author, orator, and ex-slave Frederick Douglass.  Attendees will learn how Frederick Douglass overcame slavery through education, a disciplined work ethic, land-ownership to create wealth, starting his own business, and using photography to remove cultural barriers.  Frederick  Douglass rose from slavery to prosperity and a position of eminence, becoming an adviser to Presidents–the ultimate American Dream Story.
 
Describing himself as a “Frederick Douglass Republican” who loves his country, K. Carl Smith is a former Army officer, graduate of Alabama A&M University, and an unyielding defender of the Constitution and Liberty.  In 2011 Governor Robert Bentley appointed Smith to the Alabama Amistad Commission and the Affordable Homeowners Insurance Commission.  Easily connecting with teens and millennials, Smith regularly receives standing ovations. 
(See  LibertyMessengerUSA.org)
 
 This event is hosted by the University of Dayton College Republicans and sponsored by the Greater Dayton Women’s Republican Club, Ohio Representative Niraj Antani, Ohio Representative Jim Butler, Joshua Christian Ministries, and Mr. Harry Bossey.
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