Category Archives: Immediate Release

Stop Kasichcare Rally Pictures

Stop KasichcareHere are a few pictures of the “Stop Kasichcare” rally staged outside the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati March 11th, 2013.  On the night of the rally, Governor Kasich was the keynote speaker at the Hamilton County Lincoln/Reagan Day dinner.  Protesters from area liberty groups were on hand to express their dissatisfaction with the governor’s proposals to voluntarily expand Medicaid in Ohio in line with Obamacare. Continue reading Tea Party to Protest Kasich Speech

Fountain SquareCincinnati. com reports :  “Tea Party to protest Gov. John Kasich’s speech.”

From Media Release:

Cincinnati Tea Party to Protest John Kasich and SW Ohio Legislators,  Cincinnati, OH – March 11, 2013 Continue reading

Medicaid Expansion Attached to Anti-Life Policies

p_westwoodGuest Column from Paula Westwood, Executive Director of Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati*

“Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t goin’ away.”  Elvis Presley

If we can say anything good about President Obama’s health law it is that it has forced us as citizens to delve into the intricate details of where our tax monies are being spent under an increasingly Socialist agenda. What we find is a beast. Continue reading

Courage in the Senate, Capitulation in the House….

Statue of LibertyObamacare didn’t become law of the land after November’s election. It became law yesterday when a Republican House Majority solidified Obamacare funding. Yesterday, the Republican lead House voted overwhelmingly to pass a Continuing Resolution that failed to cut one cent from Obamacare. Continue reading

Kasich’s Cave on Medicaid

John_Kasich_OhioAn excellent Wall Street Journal op-ed article this week titled “ObamaCare’s ‘Baby Elephant’”, points out many of the fallacies in Governor John Kasich’s argument for voluntarily expanding Medicaid in our state.

One example is the premise that we can expand Medicaid when the subsidies are high and then “sunset” our participation later when the subsidies may be reduced or disappear.  This argument is folly because Washington evidently has the ability to impose “maintenance of effort” rules that can prohibit states from opting out later. Continue reading