Citing negative impacts on the community by an abortion clinic operated by the notorious late-term abortionist Martin Haskell, the Sharonville, Ohio, Zoning Board of Appeals has denied a request made by Women’s Med Center for permission to place a sign advertizing the abortion business in an area where signs are not allowed.
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Today, Quinnipiac University released a poll demonstrating that 75 percent of all Ohioans want abortion to be restricted in some or all cases. Only 19 percent of Ohioans want abortion legal in all cases. This poll sheds light on the most current gubernatorial race where the Planned Parenthood-supported Democratic candidate, Ed Fitzgerald, holds t…
After having received several hearings by the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, House Bill 234, sponsored by state Representative Cheryl Grossman (R-23), still awaits passage by this committee. This important pro-hunting legislation would revise state law to allow a person to use a noise suppressor attached to a firearm while hun…
On Tuesday, the Ohio General Assembly reconvened its 2013-2014 legislative session….
The Buckeye state has seen unprecedented increases in Concealed Handgun License in 2013, eclipsing all previous years since permits were first issued nearly a decade ago….
When Ohio first licensed citizens to carry a concealed handgun nearly 10 years ago, then U.S. Sen. Mike DeWine was a little skeptical.He wasn’t so sure it was a good idea.But after nearly 10 years of concealed carry not only has DeWine, the current Ohio Attorney General whose office oversees the program, changed his mind but he became a supporter. …
Yesterday, the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 203 by a 62-27 vote. Sponsored by state Representative Terry Johnson (R-90), HB 203 seeks to make important common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry and self-defense laws including the following:…
Today, the House Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee considered and passed House Bill 203 by an 8-4 vote. Sponsored by state Representative Terry Johnson (R-90), HB 203 seeks to make common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry and self-defense laws
On Tuesday, November 19, the state House Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee will consider and likely vote on House Bill 203, a measure that seeks to make common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry and self-defense laws.
Tomorrow, November 13, the state House Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee will hear opposition testimony to House Bill 203, a measure that seeks to make common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry and self-defense laws.
An armed robber entered the Stop & Go convenience store in Toledo, Ohio and got into a confrontation with clerk December Long. At some point during the attempted robbery, Long was able to retrieve a firearm, and exchanged gunfire with the criminal. During the exchange, the armed robber was fatally shot, and Long was wounded. Following the shooting, a frequent Stop & Go customer told a local media outlet that Long is “real nice and friendly. Hard-nosed. She doesn’t take guff from anybody.”
Ohio: House Committees to Receive Public Comment on Important Hunting and Right-to-Carry Reform Bills on Tuesday
On Tuesday, October 29, two NRA-backed bills of importance to gun owners and sportsmen will be up for public comment in their respective state House committee.
Ohio Mosque Religious School: “if they do not learn their religious passages as they are instructed,” they are sometimes “chained to a wall by their wrists and ankles and beaten with a long stick.”
This story is eerily similar to the firsthand undercover investigation I reported on here on the Al-Farooq mosque in Nashville, Tennessee. I had video footage of a 7-year-old girl talking about her husband and how they are regularly beaten during shariah class. The video is just the sound — it was a hidden camera at the mosque. Listen to the girl describing how kids are beaten, as she begins to cry.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Three women held captive in a run-down home for a decade kept diaries documenting the horrific physical and sexual abuse they suffered on a daily basis, prosecutors said Wednesday.
The women’s kidnapper, Ariel Castro, lured one of them into his Cleveland home with the promise of a puppy for her son and later locked all of them in a vehicle in his garage for three days when someone visited him, prosecutors said. Castro, a former school bus driver, claimed he didn’t have an exit strategy from his complicated double life and finally gave the women a chance to escape by leaving a door unlocked, they said in a court document.
The 37,761 concealed handgun licenses (CHL) issued in Ohio in the first three months of 2013 were nearly double the number issued in the same period last year, Attorney General Mike DeWine reported May 3.
DeWine said there were 31,407 new licenses and 6,354 renewal licenses issued between Jan. 1 and March 31 in The Buckeye State, compared to 16,823 in the first quarter of 2012 and 64,650 new licenses issued for all of last year.