Yesterday, the national Fraternal Order of Police made it official that they endorsed Donald Trump.
A big question for Toledo's police force, will the Toledo Police Patrolman's Association (TPPA) also endorse Trump?
The following is the text from the FOP: Continue reading
GREAT NEWS for Trump supporters in Lucas and Northern Wood County. A new Trump center to service all of Lucas county and the northern Wood county has just opened in downtown Perrysburg.
Stop by, Diana Watt has thousands of Trump yard signs, plus signs and literature for almost all of Lucas and Wood county candidates. Continue reading
Marion County GOP Chairman John Matthews was fired from his state job late Thursday following the release of an Investigation report from Ohio's "Office of the Inspector General".
On December 1, 2015, the Office of the Ohio Inspector General received an anonymous complaint alleging that Industrial Commission of Ohio (ICO) Director of Claims Support John Matthews “… spends his workday sleeping and fundraising for the Kasich campaign.” On December 11, 2015, the Office of the Ohio Inspector General forwarded this allegation to the ICO for an administrative review. Continue reading
Back to Basics Chairman Bob Densic announced that the group has formed a three session class titled; "Separation of Church and State: Myths, Fallacies and Fantasies”
Mr. Densic says the three sessions will examine the history and original intent of the phrase “Separation of Church and State”, as well as tour through history to see how this simple principle has been turned and twisted to be the antithesis of its origin.
All those liberal commentators said Trump doesn’t really care about black Americans because he didn’t go speak to a black audience. So, when he went to a black church in Detroit today, what did they do? They cut the broadcast feed, because they wouldn’t want any blacks to hear the truth and start to ask questions right? Right? See both Videos [LINK] Share this great event with everyone…
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On Monday night, the NW Ohio Conservative Coalition (NWOCC) hosted a panel discussion as to why Conservatives should, or should not, support Donald Trump.
The standing room only event was opened with a prayer from Greg Schlueter and the Pledge of Allegiance from Ron Johns. NWOCC Board member John McAvoy then made a brief announcement regarding conservative unity.
John McAvoy said: "Regardless of your position on Trump support, we, as a conservative community must NOT allow our differences of opinion on this matter to drive a wedge between us. We have to many other issues that need our attention, and the only way we can continue our fight is, we must present a united front on these other matters." Continue reading