New Social Media Accounts

EmpowerU new Social Media Accounts effective immediately 11-19-20. Please join us on these Social Media accounts if you can. The best way to keep track of our events is always to go to our website www.empoweruohio.org. We have recently changed these Social Media accounts due to #Censorship at Facebook and twitter. We encourage you to … [Read more…]

Two Things Got Away From Me This Semester…

Two things that got away from me this semester that I didn’t have a chance to talk to you about.  The First is Critical Race Theory and how it is starting in Hamilton County.   Read about Hamilton County’s new resolution that calls for Racism to Be a Public Health Care Crisis–click here to read the … [Read more…]

Ruth Hartman Essay Contest

Ruth Hartman was among the first women in the military, serving in the US Navy WAVES during World War ll. Stationed at the Norfolk Naval Air Station, she repaired planes damaged in combat. Born on Christmas Day, 1921, Ruth (nee Zimmer) was a lifelong resident of Reading, Ohio, and the embodiment of the Greatest Generation: … [Read more…]

Think and Grow Rich

Tim Burgess recently joined us for a class on Fear and how to take it and use it to you advantage. Tim has invited anyone who wants to learn more about Fear and get more information about the Think and Grow Rich Philosophy to join him on Thursday nights at 9:00 PM for a FREE … [Read more…]

Alicia Reece’s Bad “Basement Strategy”

By Dan Regenold, Managing Board Member EmpowerU, as in previous years, is sponsoring a debate for the candidates running for Hamilton County Commission on October 15, 2020.   Click Here to Register to Attend the debate.   Three of the five candidates running for Commissioner have accepted our invitation.  Those candidates participating in the debate will be … [Read more…]

Economy can’t take the Burden of Issue 7

By Joe Platt During this ‘virus’ economic downturn, Rep. Bill Seitz, Councilmember Jeff Pastor and Auditor Dusty Rhodes are still proponents of Issue 7, increasing the Hamilton County sales tax by nearly a full percentage point. Part of the pitch for Issue 7 is to provide money for road repair. That’s 25% true since only … [Read more…]

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  Educate, Inform, Engage:    With Appreciation Seventeen semesters ago EmpowerUOhio.org held its first class.  EmpowerUOhio.org  owes its existence to the sacrifice and commitment of literally thousands of volunteers,  sponsors and individuals who have both presented and have attended classes.  By the effort of our supporters, hundreds of topics have received the attention they deserve. … [Read more…]

Opposing View of Convention of States

In my opinion and in the opinion of many others who are knowledgeable on this issue (the late Phyllis Schlafly especially fought against this) a COS puts our precious Constitution into the hands of unknown and UN-ELECTED delegates. The often made comments made by the COS organization is that the “states are in control.” If … [Read more…]

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality Last Night EmpowerU Met to discuss the Library Levy and also Net Neutrality.   The Net Neutrality class was a chance to look at the pros and cons of net neutrality and determine what the group thought about the issue. EmpowerU clearly says “No” to Net Neutrality with over 75% of the group voting … [Read more…]

Appalachian Dawn

Last night (March 15) EmpowerU watched the Movie Appalachian Dawn.  The film discusses the town of Manchester, Kentucky in Clay County and lists the level of corruption and drug use in the area which is unparralled to none.   Appalachian Dawn brings up the subject  of Faith Injecting itself in Society and the movie paints a … [Read more…]

Saul Alinsky–Poll on American Democracy!

Last night at the lecture on Saul Alinsky the thesis Dan presented was from a quote William F. Buckley made in 1966.    In 1966 Buckley, who invited Alinsky to be his guest on his show Firing Line, made the comment:    “It is too much to argue that American democracy is being altered by … [Read more…]