Author Archives: Greg Lawson

We Cannot Forget

Memorial Day for most of us is a celebration of the beginning of summer. The day where we can wear white again, have cookouts with family and spend time at the pool. But we have forgotten the true meaning and …

Posted in Annoucements | Leave a comment

Ohioans Holding Up the Statehouse

Government is too big. Yeah… tell you something you don’t know.  In the past several years Ohio has seen its private sector shrink, but what about the burden of government?  It grew! Today we released our annual State of the …

Posted in Economy | Leave a comment

Local Roots

Limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets, these are what the Ohio Tea Party is fighting to protect. Although most of the stories in the media focus on the national efforts of the Tea Parties, the Ohio Liberty Council is …

Posted in Annoucements | Leave a comment

You Tube: The New Worker Protection

This weekend marked the 100th anniversary of one of the darkest days in history for the American worker, the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, which claimed the lives of 146 garment workers, 129 women and 17 men, most of …

Posted in Public Sector Reform | 1 Comment

To Close a Deficit

Everyone agrees it is tough to cut enough to make up for the $8 billion deficit in Ohio’s budget. This is evident in the responses to last week’s website poll, “to close the estimated $8 billion deficit, what would you …

Posted in Government | Leave a comment

Gov. Kasich’s First SOTS, did he set the right tone or miss the mark?

According to our first website poll, which attracted 354 votes in 5 days, he missed the mark. The results showed that of those who responded 43.1% felt the governor “missed the mark,” 17.2% felt the speech was “Ok” and 39.4% …

Posted in Annoucements | Leave a comment