Former President of Vermont AFL-CIO and AFT unions supports Right to Work.

By Ben Johnson.  I support Right to Work. Nationwide in the private sector, in the public sector, in any other sectors that unions create, full stop. I spent the last decade as treasurer, then president of AFT Vermont and for three years president of the Vermont AFL-CIO, and I think it’s time to eliminate unions’ right to collect mandatory agency fees from non-members. That’s what the ‘Right to Work’ bill in Congress would strike down in the private sector, and that’s what I hope the US Supreme Court strikes down for the entire public sector next term if it takes up Janus vs. AFSCME, heard in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals March 1st. Continue reading

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 anything that does not agree with their narrative hate speech. Which they deem unacceptable and threatening to the helpless while trying to legitimatize their lawless actions. Continue reading

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 Monday press conference at the National Press Club.  CONTINUE READING on Christian Post..

Jon Stainbrooks days may be numbered – THANK GOD

The Republicans for a New Lucas County announced today that former Ohio Senator Mark Wagoner will be heading up the effort to oust Lucas County Republican Party Chairman Jon Stainbrook.

THANK YOU ,   THANK YOU ,   THANK YOU

Below is the letter released by the RNLC.

Want to know what you can do to help oust Stainbrook,  Please goto the RNLC Continue reading

Gov Candidate Renacci Scorecard comparison

On June 24th, the four Ohio Governor candidates made presentations to Ohio’s Conservative group leaders in an all day event near Columbus. Following that meeting, Tom Z. from the We the People Convention ran a poll of the attendees in which Candidate Renacci came in first with a 61% (READ HERE).

During Candidates Renacci’s presentation, he was asked about his congressional Continue reading

Republicans showing true colors – Every one needs to have a Primary opponent

Ohio’s Republican voters have reached a breaking point and it appears once again will need to take matters into their own hands.  One web site, www.PrimaryPortman.com,  hosted by the NW Ohio Conservative Coalition appears to be putting into place plans to recruit and fund a primary opponent to Sen Rob Portman when his current term expires in 5 years. Continue reading

RNC puts pressure on Senate Republicans – REPEAL, OR ELSE

RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel sent the following e-mail out to all Senators and nationwide to all Republicans;

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From: Ronna McDaniel
Date: July 19, 2017 at 4:07:41 PM EDT
To:
Subject: Not what you voted for…
Reply-To:

You voted to repeal ObamaCare.

President Trump wants to deliver on that promise. He is eager to rip ObamaCare to shreds, but some in the Senate are refusing to even put a simple repeal bill on his desk. Continue reading