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Lakota High School West Freshman Campus
5050 Tylersville Road
West Chester, OH 45069
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 7:00-8:30 PM
Maurice Thompson is “The People’s Attorney” He is the Executive Director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law in Columbus which is a non-profit, non-partisan legal center dedicated to protecting the constitutional rights of Ohioans from government abuse. 1851 litigates constitutional issues related to property rights, voting rights, regulation, taxation and search and seizures.
Many of the protections of individual rights and limits on government in the United States Constitution have been eviscerated. How did this happen; and what is responsible for it? The same thing is in danger of happening here in Ohio, even hought (1) the Ohio Constitution is more protective of rights and restrictive on government than the federal constitution; and (2) Republics claiming an interest in limited government have controlled the Court for a decade. What does the Ohio Constitution say? And how can we protect it?
In this unique session Maurice will “flash teach” on three important topics (20 minutes each) that are impacting the Ohio Constitution: 1) What are the Unique protections of the Ohio Constitution?, 2) Are the judges shredding these protections and 3) How can you judge Ohio’s judges.Don’t miss this important EmpowerU Session.
American Legion Hall Hugh Watson Post
1100 Winton Road
Cincinnati, OH 45218
Saturday, April 26, 2014 10:00 AM-Noon
Terry Bowman is pro-union dedicated to bringing union leadership back to the middle to represent all workers.He believes you cannot serve the interests of members by making enemies with politicians.Understand the idea that “Forced Solidarity” is no solidarity at all.Only through complete voluntary unionism will there be real solidarity.
Find out why after 13 years of being dissatisfied with union politics and associated propaganda, UAW member Terry Bowman decided in 2010 to start organizing union members that disagree with political activities of their union officials.Find out what you need to know and how to get involved.
Union Conservative Terry Bowman
Westwood Towne Hall
3017 Harrison Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45211
Tuesday April 29, 2014 from 7:00-8:30 PM
Learn why Marijuana might be re-legalized from the President of Ohio NORML–The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. This session will cover the historic, medical, industrial and social use of Cannabis also known as Hemp or Marijuana. We’ll discover Marijuana’s use for medical purposes.
NORML’s goal is to legalize Marijuana for personal, industrial and medical use. The world is changing in front of our very eyes with the State of Colorado being on the forefront of legalization. Will Ohio be next–the answer might surprise you!
Rob Ryan, Leader of Ohio Chapter of NORML and three-time Cancel Survivor
Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education
8401 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Thursday, May 1, 2014 from 7:00-8:30 PM
Free Admission to the Holocaust Museum from 6:00-7:00 PM on May 1
Dr. Henry Fenichel, Holocaust survivor and Professor Emeritus of physics at the University of Cincinnati, will recount his story as a preschooler forced by Nazis to wear a yellow star signifying his religion. Fenichel who did not speak openly about his experiences until the early 1990′s is now sharing his life story. What prompted him to break his silence on his past was the opening of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.
Do not miss the chance to hear Dr. Fenichel’s incredible story and learn about the Holocaust by visiting Cincinnati’s incredible Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education. Join us on May 1.
Dr. Henry Fenichel, Professor Emeritus of physics at the University of Cincinnati
Washington Heights Baptist Church–Dayton
5650 Far Hills Avenue
Dayton, OH 45429
Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 10:00 AM-12:00 Noon
Courage Coaches Debbie and Mike Gardner are motivation speakers/authors who teach LOVE-based crime survival skills, drawing upon their personal mistakes and successes during their law enforcement careers. Their absolutely new approach to the timely subject of self-defense dares to emphasize “LESS is more, when less is RIGHT!”
The Gardner’s instill Courage, Rights and a proven effective “ONE Word Safety Plan” you’ll easily understand. We are asking for a $10 contribution to this session to defer expenses of the speakers.
Mike and Debbie Gardner
The Date on this Event Has Changed!–Better Weather, More Fun–Surprise Guests!
Glendale Lyceum Outdoor Pavillion
(Pavillion located behind Building–park on side of building)
865 Congress Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Thursday, May 22, 2014 6:00-8:00 PM–Talk starts at 6:30 PM–Join us for Cookout!
You’ve heard him on the radio every morning on 55KRC and probably asked yourself the same question we do…..How can this guy have so much common sense? Join Brian Thomas for our season ending EmpowerU Session where he will discuss Our Individual Rights and How they are being eroded–one by one by precious one….
We will be having a fun Cookout to end our Spring semester. Join us at 6:00 pm and please bring a covered dish, an appetizer, a dessert or drinks to share with others. EmpowerU will be providing the burgers, bratts and metts. If you are running late just bring yourself! You can also bring your own beer or wine to this outdoor event also. There will be picnic table seating available or feel free to bring your stadium or lawn chairs as we’ll be outside.. Hope for warm weather! There might be a surprise guest or two to make the evening even more special.