Jake MacAulay

Every lover of liberty wants to rein in federal spending.  But how do we do that?  There is a movement to use Article V or what some refer to as a Convention of States to bring this about.  This is a highly contentious debate among conservatives with strong and respected voices on both sides.

On Tuesday, March 26, the Greene County Ohio Tea Party and Greene County Republican Party co-hosted an event with speaker Ricki Pepin, Ohio Chapter Leader of the Institute on the Constitution to present the Constitutional and historical side of this debate.  She presented both sides of this issue and asked those present to weigh what they heard and decide for themselves where to stand on this incredibly important issue. 

Interest and enthusiasm is growing to learn more about current events from a Constitutional perspective.  This was clearly demonstrated as the room filled to capacity quickly, with about 80 people attending from both sides of this issue.  When the presentation was over, Ricki received a standing ovation with many questions following.   

Who do you know that may host a Constitution class in your area?  The time to do so has never been better or more needed.

April 21, 2019

The Convention of States

Interest and enthusiasm is growing to learn more about current events from a Constitutional perspective. This was clearly demonstrated as the room filled to capacity quickly, with about 80 people attending from both sides of this issue.
April 17, 2019

Are Socialists Really Thieves?

In his book “The Law”, Bastiat describes this process and asks the hard question we must ask ourselves: “What do I do when those entrusted with enforcing the law, use the law -- to break the law?”
April 11, 2019

Is Christianity the Religion of American?

"No other test ... ought to be required, on admission to any office ... than such oath of support and fidelity to this State ... and a declaration of a belief in the CHRISTIAN religion."
March 27, 2019

Can Liberty Survive in American Public Education?

To give children a good education in manners, arts and science is important; to give them a religious education is indispensable; and an immense responsibility rests on parents and guardians who neglect these duties.