Feb 20

Heidi Huber Talks Opting Out of Common Core Assessments (video)

Heidi Huber Talks Opting Out of Common Core Assessments

 

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Feb 19

CNN doesn’t like what Rudy Giuliani said about Obama. (Video)

CNN doesn’t like what Rudy Giuliani said about Obama.

 

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Feb 19

Contact ATF: Oppose 5.56 M855 Ball Ammunition Ban

by National Shooting Sports Foundation. | Monday, February 6th, 2015
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has announced it is seeking to ban commonplace 5.56 M855 ball ammunition as “armor piercing ammunition.” ATF is seeking public comment on the proposal, so all industry employees, target shooters and gun owners should contact ATF to oppose this unnecessary ban, which is truly a solution in search of a problem and that raises serious questions about executive agency attitude and overreach. Stopped cold on Capitol Hill, this action appears to be the Obama administration’s attempt to pursue gun control by other means.

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Feb 06

PARCC Testing Begins February 16th – Have You Protected Your Child?

Protect Your Child From PARCC – Facts & Checklist

By Ohioans Against Common Core. 

The PARCC Performance-based testing for grades 3 – 8 and high school is scheduled to begin February 16th. The End-of-Course testing follows, beginning April 13th. (Block schedule high schools administered related end-of-course tests in December 2014.)

This means for the better part of three months, Ohio students will be prepping, practicing and taking tests. This leaves the month of May with no academic purpose in what’s become the “testing factory” classroom. Students are losing a third of their school year to test related activities. This is educational malpractice. The tests are not for the benefit of the student. They serve the system, special interests, corporatists and politicians.

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Jan 21

January 8th meeting summary

The Hocking Hills Tea Party Patriots met January 8, 2015 at Cornerstone Baptist Church. Shirley Brooks opened the meeting in prayer, and Jennifer Hiles led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Shirley Brooks gave the Treasurer’s report. Jim Hiles presented the new gun raffle to the group. Jennifer Hiles talked about upcoming meetings and events. The group will be having a movie night the third Friday of the month at the Logan Public Library starting at 6:30pm and running until about 8 or 8:30pm.
Jennifer Hiles and Judy Zell passed out the official TEA party membership packets to the members who signed up. It’s not too late to join! Please visit our website or Facebook page for more information. Denise Whalen gave an update on the Ambassador program.

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Jan 12

A Year In Review

10 minute video of  “A year in review of 2014″  Hocking Hills Tea Party Patriots.

HHTPP 2014 Year in Review

2014 was a year of much change and growth for the Hocking Hills TEA Party Patriots. Rather than simply responding to the most heated battle at the moment on the political landscape… we regrouped, polished our weapons and reformed our lines. We were then able to advance and march on more effectively than before. We prayerfully proceeded with a long-term vision for the Hocking Hills TEA Party Patriots reflecting our heart’s desire; which is to stay true to the passion that birthed our movement and promote those “tea party” principles and values to the public. As fellow Americans gain knowledge and inspiration through our grassroots movement and then go forth and act on those principles… we have succeeded in accomplishing our goals…. even if some of those Americans choose not to associate officially with a TEA Party group! We believe as we attempt to keep that pure heart before the Lord, He will guide us and bless our patriotic work, because we do not focus solely on what our organization needs but rather what our community, state and nation need. Maintaining that mindset and staying diligent in prayer will help us to avoid the pitfalls of many other politically minded organizations that seem to exist for the sole purpose of their own preservation instead of the preservation our nation and ultimately our freedom!

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Jan 09

Events in January

events Jan

There are a lot of things going on in January so to help you keep track I have put them together in an article. This post will be update through out the month as events unfold so check back regularly.

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Dec 27

The public is invited to the Logan Hocking School District’s Annual Budget Hearing

Below is a public notice from the Logan Hocking School District’s Treasurer, Paul Shaw. The public is invited to attend this hearing of the District’s budget.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that copies of the proposed budget and estimate of cost of operation of the Logan-Hocking Local School District of Logan, Hocking County, Ohio, including the cost of operating the public schools of said district for the Fiscal Year 2016, are on file in the Office of the Treasurer of the Board of Education and are open to inspection by the public, pursuant to the requirements of law.

A public hearing on the proposed budget for the Logan-Hocking School District will be held at Logan-Hocking Board of Education Administrative Office, 2019 East Front Street, Logan, Ohio on Monday, January 12, 2015 at 5:30 PM.

PFS
12/24/14
File: Tax Budget Public Notice 12.24.14

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Dec 19

Hocking Hills TEA Party Patriots Announces Effort to Support Local Police and Fire Departments

In light of recent protests (some protestors in New York even chanting for the death of police officers) the HHTPP leadership has decided to encourage our membership to take cake, cookies, etc. to our local police and fire department over the next week in a show of appreciation. Please simply drop any baked good or sweet treat you wish, by the department(s) on your own and at your convenience. We thank you for considering being a part of this effort to show our support.

The press release below was sent to the editor of the Logan Daily News today and she was asked to print it in the newspaper so local residents would be encouraged to participate in this expression of appreciation.

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Friday, December 19, 2014
Contact: Jennifer Hiles, President 740-777-5007, info@hockinghillsteaparty.com

Logan, Ohio – The Hocking Hills TEA Party Patriots announced today that it is encouraging it’s members to take cookies, cakes and pies to the local police and fire department over the next week to thank them for their service to our communities. The effort is partially in reaction to the statements that have been made attacking police officers in particular after the events in Ferguson, MO and New York City.
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Dec 16

Obamacare adds 450,000 Ohioans to Medicaid rolls

By Jason Hart | December 16, 2014 | Ohio Watchdog

Gov. John Kasich’s Obamacare expansion has put 450,941 Ohioans on Medicaid, outpacing his administration’s projections by 24 percent.

Instead of tempering leftist support for the expansion, budget-busting enrollment is portrayed as good news for Ohio; Obamacare sticks federal taxpayers with 100 percent of Medicaid expansion benefit costs through 2016.

In a Cleveland.com news story last month, Northeast Ohio Media Group reporter Robert Higgs asserted higher-than-expected enrollment “provides a fiscal argument for Gov. John Kasich as he lobbies the General Assembly to continue expanded Medicaid when he presents his budget proposals early next year.”

“I hope that common sense will prevail and that we won’t mess with what we see as working well,” Cathy Levine of the Universal Health Care Action Network told Higgs for a story published at Cleveland.com the following week.

When not promoting a federal Balanced Budget Amendment, Kasich has pressed the Ohio General Assembly to spend more federal dollars on his Obamacare expansion. A $2.5 billion appropriation Kasich rammed through the Ohio Controlling Board in 2013 expires June 30, assuming the money lasts until then.

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