For the last two months, Obama’s Failing Agenda Bus Tour has swept the nation by storm. This Saturday, all three busses will collide paths for a major rally and concert featuring rock group 3 Doors Down, Laura Ingraham, Rusty Humphries, Tony Katz, and AFP President Tim Phillips. Want front row seats? Come earlier in the [...]
For the last several years, news of Ohio’s economy and jobs picture has been bleak. But now, Ohio has a unique and very exciting opportunity – the exploration for oil and natural gas. The opportunity presented through shale exploration is nothing short of a boom for Ohio’s economy. Whether you live on the eastern side or the [...]
[img_assist|nid=26845|title=HF Ohio|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=300|height=112]Many states are considering an important question: whether to create a health care exchange to implement the Presidents health care law. Exchanges are being sold as a simple, innovative tool to inform consumers purchases. However, these exchanges are far from simple or innovative; throwing thousands of pages of regulations on states and insurance markets. As Ohio decides whether to implement this provision, its important to separate myth from reality.
Myth One: If Ohio doesnt create an exchange, the federal government will.
Reality: There is really no choice between a state and federal exchange.
An extreme, out of state, environmental group is looking to place a reckless constitutional amendment on Ohios ballot in November. The group, Yes for Ohios Energy, has obviously not learned the lesson from President Obamas failed energy gambles on bankrupt Solyndra and Beacon Energygovernment cannot pick winners and losers by throwing taxpayer dollars at an industry.
The amendment, which was certified by Attorney General Mike DeWine, would require the state to issue $13 billion in bonds to trendy green energy sources over 10 years. Yes, you read that right .BILLION! At a time when families are stretched to their limits, this group now wants Ohio taxpayers to pay $13 billion for research and development of unproven clean-energy initiatives."