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07:00 PM / 09:00 PM Holiday Inn Eastgate
Featured speaker this month is Building Blocks for Liberty. Building Blocks for Liberty a liberty educational group founded locally by two former U.S. Marines, John Hindery and Jim Lewis.
About Building Blocks for Liberty:
"(Jim and John) As history lovers, their desire to educate the American citizens to the truth about the U.S. Constitution led to their teaching partnership. The class began as a 10 week course back in 2011 meeting once a week for 10 weeks. Many people wanted to attend but did not have the 10 weeks to commit to the class, therefore in 2013; the "Boot Camp" was born. The average class size so far is just over 40 people with the class from 9 AM until 3 PM on a Saturday.
Join us on May 5th, 7PM at the Holiday Inn Eastgate for an engaging and informative presentation from Building Blocks for Liberty's founders John Hindery and Jim Lewis.
07:00 PM / 09:00 PM Frame USA, Inc. 225 Northland Blvd. Cincinnati, OH 45246
The growth of standardized testing in our public schools should concern every parent, student, educator, business leader, and policy maker in our country. It’s mandated assessments on steroids-as the number of tests by the Ohio Department of Education increased by two, three and four-Fold in just one year. Princeton social studies chair Jim O’Connor leads this timely class.
12:00 AM Glendale Lyceum. 865 Congress. Glendale, OH 45246
The final evening of our Spring Semester welcomes Congressman Brad Wenstrup for a frank briefing about the threats posed here and abroad by America’s enemies. With the rise of
ISIS and increased cyber-attacks, global stability and American security are important topics of conversation. Congressman Wenstrup, recently appointed to the intelligence committee,
will speak about today’s evolving threats, the state of our military, and America’s capabilities in responding to current and future threats. EmpowerU then lightens the mood with Empowered Citizen Awards, a grill-out, special guests, craft beer and pot luck. We expect many friends to stop by for an informative evening along with plenty of fellowship, fun, food and drink. Be sure to RSVP!
09:00 AM / 03:00 PM Holiday Inn Eastgate
We are holding the Boot Camp Class at the Holiday Inn Eastgate located at 4501 Eastgate Blvd., in Cincinnati Ohio, 45245.
Join us for this great workshop. Guests receive an all-day class packed full of great knowledge, books to take home and free lunch. Now is your chance to learn the truth about the Constitution and how it should apply today.
Suggested donations are $20 for initial attendee, families may book additional attendees for a donation of only $5. Email Jim Lewis with the names, emails and number of book sets you need.
The class runs from 9:00AM -3:00PM, with doors open at 8:15AM for check-in.
Included in the $20 donation is a book on the "Federalist Papers", the "5000 Year Leap" and a copy of "The Constitution Made Easy". Everyone will get a binder with the presentation and other selected papers for you to read and use as a reference as well as lunch.
These sessions are appropriate for teenage students. Parents and Grandparents, we encourage you to bring your children & grandchildren to the class !
07:00 PM / 09:00 PM Christ Fellowship Church (Formerly Joy Church) 5000 North Bend Road
This meeting will be town hall with two State Reps from Southwest Ohio, State Rep Lou Terhar and Lou Blessing Representative Lou Terhar is asking for input from constituents on important issues including; Constitutional Carry (the right to conceal/carry without a permit); Whether marriage officiates have the right to refuse to marry based upon religious beliefs; Open Container Zones; Unemployment benefits for spouses of service personnel forced to move on PCS orders; Same Sex Marriage in Ohio; Marijuana legalization/decriminalization and State funding for Medicaid Expansion. Should be an interesting discussion.
07:00 PM / 09:00 PM Mason Fire Station 51, 4420 North Mason Montgomery Rd Mason, Ohio
On the Agenda, State Representative Paul Zeltwanger discusses his first months in the Ohio House and his vote on the recent state budget. Conservative lawyers Matt and Julie Byrne fill us in on the background and role of the Federalist Society. Defeat of the Warren County Career Center levy…An impressive victory. Who did it? How did they do it?
12:00 AM Connections Church, 7421 East Galbraith Road Madeira, Ohio 45243
Jake Hesseling from Americans for Prosperity will offer an update on what AFP considers current key issues. Staying updated so we can help others be engaged is really important -- so please stop by for some good information!
The Ohio House passed budget has been hotly debated among Tea Party and other conservative/libertarian groups. We'll clarify some of the good and the bad. Common Core is a crucial issue for our state, and we'll get up to speed on where we stand. Senate bill 615 passed with GOP support. Did Republicans cave again, or is this the real deal for fighting President Obama's ill advised nuclear deal with Iran? Which amendments are crucial to the Patriot Act renewal process, and how do we get the NSA spying under control? We'll get to the facts.
12:00 AM Union Township Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Rd. (Behind Jungle Jims) Cincinnati, OH
Have you ever been frustrated by government?
Do you feel the hard earned money you pay in taxes is being wasted?
Are you tired of seeing tax increases every year?
Do you feel politicians have forgotten who they really work for?
We would like to invite you to a short meeting to discuss the local-level positions that will be elected in November 2015.
12:00 AM Oakley Community Center. Hyde Park Shopping Center, 3882 Paxton Avenue
A very special evening is planned on May 21 when you will be able to expand your understanding of the meaning and history of the U. S. Constitution in a most engaging way. The evening centers on a video presentation by Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College followed by a discussion of the lecture led by Randy Kleine who has taught Constitution courses across the tri-state.
06:30 PM / 12:00 AM Life Church, 8480 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd -- Rt 42 -- West Chester, OH 45069
Alan McIntyre from Frederick Douglas Republicans is the main speaker, and will fill us in on his latest grass roots efforts at recruiting urban voters in the Tri-State! Alan is never short on gripping stories of the battles in the streets, and always willing to share them. Barry Riddell will also be present to share how we all can do what he's done -- in getting appointed to a very important local "office" simply by getting active and using our gifts. There will be reports on current issues and action we can take to help restore our liberties. We'll also be giving more details on our participation in the Memorial Day Parade.
All Day Sharonville Convention Center
Whether you are curious, casually interested, or a serious prepper, there is something at this show to offer. Get ready for a weekend with exhibitors and speakers whose products and services include emergency preparedness in natural disaster or man-made event, self-reliance and sustainability, survival necessities and more. Speakers include Oliver North and the Chicken Whisperer.
03:00 PM / 05:00 PM Sharonville Convention Center
Concerned Veterans for America presents an uplifting afternoon of inspiring speakers and great music from Madison Rising and Ayla Brown. Enjoy complementary food and drink then visit the CVA Action Center to learn how you can defend freedom. Admission is Free.