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WHAT: “Understanding the FairTax®” Webinar for July 2014 and SPECIAL TOPIC: “How You Can Help (to pass the FairTax®)”.
Our pressure as voters must be exerted on every House & Senate member, especially House Ways and Means Committee members.
WHEN: Thursday July 24, 2014
TIME: 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, 6 p.m. Mountain, and 5 p.m. Pacific
WHERE: Anywhere your Personal Computer has internet access
This is a LIVE EVENT. You can ask questions phone/microphone or typed message and all questions will be answered.
Bring more participants to this months and every month’s webinar. Grassroots is the process of spreading the message (grass) to others. Maybe it would be better if we were a “weed” roots organization. Weeds grow faster than grass.
Join District Director & tonight’s Hostess, Barb Rudelic who will present Understanding the FairTax and our Special Topic.
In our sixth year now, Marc Manieri will return next month to resume producing and hosting our webinars.
Our webinars are vital to educating honest tax payers. We help build the knowledge base of those on the front lines as well as those wanting to know what the FairTax® is about.
NOTICE: To participate it is necessary to pre-register at this web link:
Watch for a confirmation email with instructions for logging on.
When you log on you may be asked to download GoToWebinar software or it will download automatically which will allow you to join us. For additional information contact Larry Walters at email@example.com.
Gubernatorial candidate Charle Earl (L) will be the featured guest speaker at the Feb. 19th FairTax meeting at Roush's Resaurant located at 305 W. Main St. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m.
Mr. Earl is a former state legislator who served from 1981 to 1984. He is married, has two children and four grandchildren. Has a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Mass Communication.
Mr. Earl decided to re-enter politics in 2010 and ran for Ohio Secretary of State. Though unsuccessful, he still sees a need to represent the people's rights against "misfeasance, malfeasance, and mismanagement" by the current state government.
We will also be discussing the FairTax prior to Mr. Earl speaking. FairTax meetings are open to the public and we invite you to bring your questions and comments for both the candidate and the FairTax.
The FairTax does not endorse any candidate, but does want voters to make their election decisions in an informed manner. At the same time, we will offer information about the people's bill (HR25/S122) the FairTax.
To learn moreabout the FairTax, please visit the website at http://www.ohfairtax.org/.
Or attend a meeting which is held every third Wednesday of the month.
Had a great meeting tonight. Before our guest speaker shared his thoughts with us, we talked about what had happened since our last FairTax meeting. This included columns in the local paper, letters to the editor, the fact that we had another congressman join the FairTax as a co-sponsor (Rep. Jason T. Smith MO-8 who signed on 10-9013).
We also talked about the need to financially support the FairTax through Five For FairTax on the Ohio FairTax website.
We had a city Council candidate in the group tonight (Paul Keller) as well as our guest speaker Dave Harlow, Libertarian candidate for the Oh. 10th district seat currently occupied by Mike Turner.
Normally, I limit our discussion to the FairTax as it IS a non-political issue, but when we have a candidate in, I offer them the opportunity to share their view on many issues so that we may make an informed decision when election time comes around. I offer this opportunity to any candidate no matter what their political party as long as the understand our main focus IS the FairTax.
While Mr. Harlow is not a proponent of the FairTax at this time. He feels the nation is to "financially ill" to withstand such a major change. We disagreed (respectfully of course). He would be all for it down the road.
Our point of course is that the FairTax is JUST what the country needs to recover economically.
He did cover a host of other issues from border security to union reform. It was a very interesting evening that everyone there participated in.
Lastly, after a QandA, I mentioned our next FairTax meeting in November would happen, but we would NOT have a meeting in December due to the holidays.
That's it for tonight folks. Look forward to seeing the FairTax become a reality someday and am willing to work for it until it happens.
Been to long since I've been here to post. Since August, we have had several columns by our state director in print and also letters to the editor. One letter was actually anti-FairTax but was so full of lies and from so far away, it was easy to answer the outright lies and distortions (even for me). Local paper has been putting in a lot of columns lately. Hope the education is spreading in other papers as well.
Go here for the latest column by Steve Curtis, state director for the Ohio FairTax.
Great column by our state director Steve Curtis in Thursday's edition of the Fairborn Daily Herald. It had been a while since the last one so it was good to see. I'll try to post it here later.
From Progressives for the FairTax;
Just being an American Citizen is all that it takes to want to support Fair Tax, HR 25/ S122! We are on a sinking ship and we have to bail the water out or drown! We don't have enough life jackets to go around, so we better shake it up and get this job done before it is too late! Unlike Congress we can all work with fellow Americans. This is a citizen effort that will impact all our lives regardless of our persuasion. Now we tell congress to get it done or we will hire new people that will!
Had a good meeting last night. Some folks who hadn't been in a while returned and we raised 75.00 for the FairTax at the meeting. Many of the "usual suspects" were there and we had a lively discussion as we usually do.
Roush's restaurant has been really good to us and we thank them for allowing us to continue to meet there.
Already looking forward to next months meeting.
Had a great FairTax column in Friday's Fairborn Daily Herald. Perhaps our state directors best yet. To read this column and more, visit the state website at www.ohfairtax.org.
Had that "IRS Scandal Townhall meeting down in Cincy on the 27th. I had wanted to go really bad, but couldn't make it. Our state director Steve Curtis was there and he reported that there was a good FairTax group there. Though most of the discussion centered around the IRS, there were questions about the FairTax asked. Steve also said there was talk about the FairTax after the meeting as well.
I was pretty perturbed at the one speakers comment though that the FairTax could never happen. No one thought we could put a man on the moon either.
You can watch it here; http://www.local12.com/news/local/story/Cincinnati-Town-Hall-Highli...
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