Category Archives: U.S. Politics

Judicial Watch Response to DOJ Decision NOT to Prosecute Lois Lerner

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the  Department of Justice’s decision not to bring charges against Lois Lerner, former director of the Exempt Organizations Unit of the IRS, whose own emails place her at the heart of the politicization of the IRS for the targeting of conservative groups: I have zero confidence that the Justice Department did an adequate review of the IRS scandal. In fact, we’re still fighting […]

Pres. Trump’s Saturday statement on Charlottesville is on target!

Chicago, Illinois, August 14, 2017 On Saturday President Trump at a press conference stated unequivocally that “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides,” His emphasis on many sides was on target, because the instigators of anarchy and violence in the public domain have been Left-leaning protesters in recent combative and violent events.  The Leftist protestors assembled unlawfully under the guise of equality and call […]

Black Christian Leaders Detest Claim That Trump Is the ‘Driver’ of Racial Division in America

WASHINGTON — A group of conservative black pastors and intellectual leaders on Monday defended President Donald Trump amid criticism of his initial response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend. While some, like Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer, have claimed that there is a “direct line” between the events in Charlottesville and the choices Trump made in his 2016 presidential campaign, conservative African-American clergy members, scholars and political activists decried such an argument in a […]

7 years later! IRS finally approves tea-party group’s tax status

From World News Daily.. The American Center for Law and Justice on Tuesday declared victory over the Internal Revenue Service – at least for one of its clients – after a Washington state group with “tea party” in its name was approved by the federal agency to receive tax-exempt status as a lobbying organization. It took seven years. The group approved, Tri-Cities Tea Party, had requested permission in 2010 to operate as a 501(c)(4) organization. […]

Dinner with Rep Jim Jordan and Rep Bob Latta

latta_jordan_2Toledo Tea Party and the NW Ohio Conservative Coalition are proud to host an evening and dinner with two of our nations most conservative Representatives, Congressman Jim Jordan and Congressman Bob Latta. The evening will begin at 6 pm with a meet and greet with Rep Bob Latta, Rep Jim Jordon and other area representatives and candidates..  At 6:30 pm we’ll begin dinner, have a brief presentation from NW Ohio Conservative Coalition’s Linda Bowyer, and […]

July 4th Reflection and Trump in Cincinnati

The Fourth of July is about Courage

Ohio’s 2016 election results shows startling information about Republican Party

Spreadsheet_10920850_sOver the past few days, I’ve upload the Ohio Voter database to the Toledo Tea Party web site and have been crunching the data in order to better serve our NW Ohio Conservative Coalition constituents. I was able to do a county by county analysis (see Excel spreadsheet)  However,  there were 5 counties that had historical data problems, so I marked their data as ERROR. During the analysis of the data, I found several results […]

If we split, we lose – Would you be willing to unite behind one candidate?

Q1_TOTAL_SEPAlmost 60 Ohio conservative groups have been participating in a program that allows their members to talk to each other regarding the subject of “Uniting around one candidate”. Although the Primary election is still months away,  Ohios conservatives understand if they don’t unite,  their split vote will allow the establishment candidate to walk away with an easy win. The ongoing survey conducted by Ohio Conservatives United (OCU) is the vehicle for generating the discussion. With […]

Cities’ Rental Licensing and Inspection Requirements Unconstitutional

1851Columbus, OH – The Southern District of Ohio today ruled that the City of Portsmouth’s occupational licensing requirements imposed upon landlords – – rental property inspections and licensing fees – – violates the Fourth Amendment to the United State Constitution. The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law’s victory on behalf of Portsmouth rental property owners Ron Baker, Nancy Ross, Thomas Howard, and Darren Oliver means that indiscriminate and warrantless government inspections of rental properties are unconstitutional […]

Winteregg elated at the news that John Boehner is resigning.

winteregg(Troy, OH) – In the wake of the announcement that Speaker John Boehner will be resigning, JD Winteregg has released this statement: “Like most other conservatives, Americans, and Ohioans, I was elated when I heard the news that John Boehner would be resigning. While I thank the speaker for his years of service, I think this news speaks volumes about the state of Washington DC, the GOP, and conservatism generally. Every voter I talk to […]