Harry T. Wilks Conference Center

Miami University-Hamilton, 1601 University Blvd.

Hamilton, OH 

Candidates Forums: Public is invited.

1. Commissioner, February 11th at 6:30pm

Candidates: Commissioner Cindy Carpenter, Christine Matacic, George Nafziger.

2. Auditor, March 11th at 6:30pm

Candidate: Auditor Roger Reynolds

3. Common Pleas Judge vacancy, April 8th, 6:30pm

Candidates: Ben Manning, Michael Oster, Jr. 



Quote for 2012...

"Little progress can be made by merely attempting to repress what is evil. Our great hope lies in developing what is good." - President Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933)


National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 1, 2014

Support the Ohio Religious Freedom Restoration Act 

 (Ohio RFRA) sponsored by State Reps. Tim Derickson

and Bill Patmon.

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Continue to pray for AMERICA  II CHRON. 7:14

On April 29, 1611, a cross was planted at Cape Henry, Virginia declaring this land for Jesus Christ and the furtherance of the Gospel.

On April 29th, 1607, a nation was born. Travel-weary Englishmen landed at Cape Henry on the shores of Virginia and lay the foundation for what would become the most powerful country the world has ever seen. Act 1, scene 1 of the drama that was to be the United States unfolded that day at Cape Henry, and sparked the legacy of Godliness on American shores.

America's destiny and purpose were sealed with that cross at Cape Henry. All that would follow in our nation's growth hinged on the single proclamation that this land belonged to Jesus Christ.

In the Mayflower Compact of 1620, the Pilgrims reaffirmed the mission set forth by the original Virginia settlers.

"All of us were taught that the Pilgrims came to America for freedom of worship or religious freedom, but that's really not true," said Dr. Peter Marshall, an author and historian. "They said that they came to America to, 'propagate the gospel among the Indians and to become, themselves, stepping stones for the furtherance of the gospel to the outermost parts of the Earth.' So they were missionaries."

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*** This was posted in September. Has anything really changed? Our freedoms are still under attack, our rights threatened. We must remain vigilant in defending the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. 
Dear Center-Right Members~
Please take a minute to view this excellent video by an individual revealing truth: 
This is not JUST for Catholics. This is for ALL Christians. OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ministers, rabbis, priests and bishops are coming under incredible pressure to watch their language as they decry the attack on our First Amendment Rights of Freedom of Religion and Rights of Consceince by the policies of the Department of Health and Human Services. As institutions, Catholic churchesall churches,synagogues and places of worship will want to protect their tax-status and monitor actions accordingly.
We, as individuals,  have the Freedom of Speech and the obligation to speak the truth. Here is an excellent example of what we can say to spread the truth:  "People Are Policy / To Change Policy, Change the People" really is that simple.  No Catholic can comply with the HHS policy that mandates we violate our conscience.  
It is futile to petition THESE PEOPLE to change their policy...we simply "CHANGE THE PEOPLE" making the is a peaceful solution provided to us by the Founding Fathers in the brilliantly crafted U. S. Constitution:  we do it at the BALLOT BOX.  Our rights being challenged ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE.
Effective engagement is part of faithful citizenship~


It is obvious with the outcome of last Tuesday's election, that big government - growing, and becoming more and more intrusive - must be dealt with at state levels. The 10th Amendment and Nullification must be strengthened and used for what they were intended - the foundations of state sovereignty. 

Let us not lose focus of education, however. The Constitution remains the longest-lasting governing document in the history of the world. Let us never take it for granted. Learn it! 

In 2014, there are 20 Democrat Senate seats up for re-election. May our energies and prayers help overturn them. 

I am the eternal optimist....









Yes, this was written 2 years ago. However, it remains to be stated every, single, year!!!

There Will Always Be A November      October 9, 2010

There will always be a November. Politicians must now be aware We, the People, will never be caught again. There are more self-evident absolutes than the truths we hold dear. The political machine can never be allowed to move beyond the boundaries *we* set. Our silence condoned their arrogant, irresponsible care of our nation, and we must hold ourselves accountable as well. We were the gatekeepers for our children and grandchildren's futures, but we didn't keep watch. We assumed love of country was part of our moral fabric. However, we failed to monitor the immoral fabric moving like wave across this nation, nor did we pay attention when the Constitution was being ground into the dust under the heels of pompous, highhanded, so-called public servants. 

Our Founders knew human nature was constantly at risk from greed, selfishness, and presumptuous character. Yes, character. Noah Webster and John Witherspoon warned us. Webster said, "In selecting men for office. let principle be your guide. Regard not the particular sect or denomination of the candidate - look to his character...When a citizen gives his suffrage to a man of known immorality he abuses his trust; he sacrifices not only his own interest, but that of his neighbor, he betrays the interest of his country (emphasis mine)."

John Witherspoon cautioned the same. "Those who wish well to the State ought to choose to places of trust men of inward principle, justified by exemplary conversation...[And t]he people in general ought to have regard to the moral character of those whom they invest with authority either in the legislative, executive, or judicial branches."

We can never let Washington forget November will always come. November will always be the time of accountability. It will always be the season to judge character. Character counts. 


For a good look at the arrogance of Congress, read Psalm 64

(c) 2010 Hamilton, OH Tea Party