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Fallen Timbers Republican Club back Simpson

The Fallen Timbers Republican Club members at their regularly scheduled meeting, January 13th, 2010 voted unanimously to recognize Chairman Jeff Simpson as the newly elected Lucas County Republican Chairman.

Harmful Policies Plagued 2009 House GOP: Will Democrats Change Anything in 2010?

COLUMBUS— House Republican leadership today asked “Will Governor Strickland and his Democrat colleagues change anything?” The question is released one year to the day that Democrats in the Statehouse took the majority, a feat that hadn’t been seen in 14 years. While unemployment steadily increased and shortfall after shortfall was apparent to the state’s operating budget as touted by Governor Strickland and House Democrats, numerous viable, alternative solutions to the irresponsible policies proposed by the majority were ignored.

House GOP: An Earnest Look at 2009

COLUMBUS— House Republicans today highlighted the 2009 legislative year with the following solutions as offered by the caucus throughout the year.

“I am honored and humbled to serve in the Ohio House of Representatives,” said House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder (R-Medina). “Throughout 2009, I welcomed the opportunity to work in a bipartisan manner with members from across Ohio. However, many Republican-offered solutions were either silenced or ignored completely throughout the process. It is my hope that the New Year will encourage an open and honest discussion.”

Statement from House Republican Leader Batchelder re: Third Frontier

COLUMBUS— House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) issued the following statement in response to a partisan effort of the House Democrats earlier today to expand and renew the Third Frontier program:

Warning: German Reunification Will Result in WWIII!

Batchelder To Governor: Federal Health Care Will Worsen Ohio’s Budget Situation

COLUMBUS—Ohio House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) today was joined by his fellow caucus members in signing and delivering a letter to Governor Strickland, regarding their deep concern of the federal government’s universal health care plan.

Background Checks Needed with Advent of Casinos

Issue 3 may open floodgates for criminals without proper regulations

COLUMBUS—House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder of Medina, today announced his commitment to safeguarding casino licenses and preventing individuals who have committed crimes in the past from obtaining a casino license, if Issue 3 is approved by voters this November.

Open Letter to Superintendent John Foley, TPS Board President Bob Vasquez and TPD Chief Mike Navarre

Open Letter to Superintendent John Foley, TPS Board President Bob Vasquez and Chief of Police Mike Navarre.

Who is going to stand for children?

$900 Million Tax Hike on Ohioans

Governor Strickland & House Democrats stick taxpayers with the bill

COLUMBUS— House Republicans today offered a number of alternatives to legislation put forward by Democrats that will retroactively increase the tax burden on Ohio’s families by 4.2 percent in 2009. Currently, state income tax rates are to be reduced by a total of 21 percent over a five-year period, according to House Bill 66 of the 126th General Assembly. Governor Strickland and House Democrats have supported increasing the state income tax to fill the void created by their budget shortfall.

Republican Leaders Question Issue 3 Tax Analysis

COLUMBUS – Ohio House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) and Assistant Republican Leader Louis W. Blessing (R-Cincinnati) today stated in a letter to The Office of Budget and Management and The Ohio Department of Taxation their desire for a change in the tax and expenditure analysis created for Issue 3 on the November ballot.

House GOP Leaders Offer Alternatives to Tax Increases

Columbus – House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder released the following statement in response to this morning’s announcement from the governor who has proposed rolling back income tax increases for the next two years, costing tax payers nearly $850 million.

House Republicans bolster economy with “The Future of Ohio”

GOP Leader Batchelder to Dems: start the conversation today, Ohio can’t wait

Columbus—House Republicans today announced in press conferences across the state the Republican alternative to failed Democrat leadership, the “Future of Ohio” plan. House Republicans engaged stakeholders in discussions with the business community early this summer on their ideas for jumpstarting Ohio’s economy. The resulting package of proposals was announced at the press conferences. House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder issued the following statement:

GOP requests equal time on public airwaves

Does this mean that Republicans believe in "fairness" on the public airwaves?

"House Republican Leader John Boehner is asking the broadcast networks to make time for a GOP response to President Obama's Joint Session speech Wednesday night."

large neigborhood group at YMCA, 8/26

A big crowd came together at the South Y today at 5 30. There was no shortage of politicos , including Teresa Fedor , a mayoral candidate , a council candidate.
Anita Lopez brought forth her two boys, one son spoke with passion ' the Y is everything to me ' . His comment drew big applause.
My neighborhood leader Cooper Suter announced that an email had come an hour before the meeting. The Y brass had agreed
to have a meeting with everyone to try to reach an agreement about the Y's future.

Parallels could be drawn of 1930 German Propagandists and 2009 American Radio and Cable Hosts

Joseph Goebbels (1897-1945) Master propagandist of the Nazi regime and dictator of its cultural life for twelve years, Joseph Goebbels was born into a strict Catholic, working-class family from Rheydt, in the Rhineland, on 29 October 1897.
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/goebbels.html
http://www.creators.com/editorialcartoons/chris-britt/9880.html

RAGE ON THE AIRWAVES

Bill Moyer's Journal July 24, 2009
http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/07242009/watch.html

The Community Must Come Together

WARD PRESENTS “SILENCE THE VIOLENCE” RALLY
The Community Must Come Together

Toledo, OH – It is time for the community to rally together and silence the violence that continues to happen in our city. Since the police layoffs occurred, there have been shootings, robberies...even the elderly have been targeted.

7 Council candidates at Sanger library tonight 6/1 - a brief report

The Teamwork Toledo six came to this Children of Liberty event. Each ot them spoke briefly. Candidate Steven Ward spoke too. Hosts Scott and Ann Allegrini each spoke about the COL group, saying it has 170 members now on its website. The 5 main points of the group were shown live on a screen from the website. see http://thechildrenofliberty.ning.com/

Xunlight Wins Red Herring 100 North America and Going Green Award

Xunlight wins two awards:
RED HERRING 100

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