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As Homeschooling Goes Mainstream, 2012 Regional Homeschool Conventions Announced

CINCINNATI, Sept. 6, 2011 — In the face of widespread budget cuts and one-size-fits-all teaching in public schools, families from all walks of life are turning to homeschooling in record numbers. In recognition of that growth, Great Homeschool Conventions, Inc. has planned five regional homeschool conventions for 2012 — and with dozens of renowned speakers, hundreds of homeschooling workshops and ...

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Jeb Bush Signs Right On Crime Statement of Principles

Joins Ed Meese, Grover Norquist, Bill Bennett, and dozens of conservative leaders supporting conservative criminal justice reforms AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Jeb Bush, the first Republican to be elected to consecutive terms as Governor of Florida, is the newest signatory of the Right On Crime statement of principles, which aligns the conservative agenda on criminal justice reform with long-standing conservative principles such as accountability, ...

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Right To Bear Arms Wins in Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the new state law allowing people with CCP (concealed carry permit) to carry inside bars, malls and sporting venues. Lawmakers did put provisions in the law that the carrier may not be under the influence of drugs or consume alcohol while carrying their weapon.  Owners of such businesses can ban weapons on their property for ...

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IOWA AND OHIO ARE NEXT. WILL YOU HELP?

From Bob Russell on the Patriot Action Network: Please contact the governors of Ohio and Iowa. They are the next on the list in this fight against union thuggery.  I have listed contact information below and have posted the letters I sent to them last week. You are welcome to send my letters out as they are written, edit them ...

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Freedom Works Helps out in Ohio, Now They Need You

Ohio State Senate Passes SB5 Governor John Kasich, the latest recipient of the FreedomWorks “Legislative Entrepreneur Award”, has been a vocal advocate for taxpayers as he works to rein in runaway spending and a bloated state budget. Gov. Kasich views SB 5, which restricts collective bargaining for public employees, as a crucial bill: “We don’t have a choice but to ...

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