FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Cincinnati Tea Party Contact
Sue White, Communications Manager
Media Line: (513) 258-0454
Community Tea Parties Coordinate Food Drive for Tax Day Tea Party 2010: Freedom Rings in Cincinnati!
Cincinnati, OH, April 8, 2010. Community tea parties around Cincinnati are partnering with Our Daily Bread, a charitable organization in Over-the-Rhine, to coordinate a food drive at the second annual Tax Day Tea Party 2010: Freedom Rings in Cincinnati! on April 15 at Fifth Third Arena from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Bring a canned good or nonperishable food item to donate at the event. Bins will be provided at the doors of the arena.
Sue Hardenbergh of the Anderson Community Tea Party said, “Our Daily Bread is thrilled to be the beneficiary of the food drive. They serve the poor in greater Cincinnati with hot meals and a food pantry, and shelter for those who are homeless.”
Our Daily Bread has been in operation since 1985. According to their website, the heart of their ministry is to respond to the needs of the poor and to walk humbly with those whom God sends their way. The organization helps 400 people a day with food and social services, children’s services, and even a visiting nurse. Programs include the Core Service, Kids Café, and Lunch on Legs. Read more about Our Daily Bread: http://www.ourdailybread.us/index.php
The Tax Day Tea Party is sponsored by the Cincinnati Tea Party, the Cincinnati 9/12 Project, and the Ohio Liberty Council. The event will feature a speaker lineup loaded with heavy-hitters:
Jonah Goldberg, author of Liberal Fascism, syndicated columnist
Robert Murphy, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, economist
Sonja Schmidt, star of Sonja Schmidt’s – Left Exposed on PJTV.com, TV writer and producer
Bill Cunningham, host of the Big Show With Bill Cunningham on Cincinnati’s 700 WLW
Chris Littleton, President of the Cincinnati Tea Party
Matt Mayer, President of the Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions
Jack Painter, founder of the Indian Hill Community Tea Party, Cincinnati attorney
Jason Rink, co-founder of the Ohio Freedom Alliance
Brian Thomas, host of the Morning Show on Cincinnati’s 55KRC
David Watkins, University of Cincinnati
Mike Wilson, founder of the Cincinnati Tea Party
Freedom will ring loud and clear in southwestern Ohio at the second annual Tax Day Tea Party 2010: Freedom Rings in Cincinnati!
4:00 p.m. Doors open
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sean Hannity book signing
6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Taping of Sean Hannity’s Fox News show
7:15 to 10:00 p.m. Tax Day Tea Party 2010: Freedom Rings in Cincinnati!
Professor Glenn Reynolds will be reporting live for Instapundit and PJTV.
University of Cincinnati’s Fifth Third Arena
2700 Scioto Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221
You must have a ticket to get in.
$5 general reserved seating
$20 premium reserved seating by the Hannity show (sections 128, 129, 130)
Purchase tickets at http://www.cincinnatiteaparty.org/ or call 1-877-228-7849. You may purchase tickets at the arena on the day of the event.
Make a donation at http://www.cincinnatiteaparty.org/
About the Cincinnati Tea Party
The Cincinnati Tea Party is a grassroots, nonpartisan organization promoting its core values of limited government, fiscal responsibility, and free markets, while strongly opposing wasteful government spending at all levels. We encourage our members to actively participate in government by supporting candidates who share our core values or by running for office. Our goals include influencing elections to protect the freedom of current and future American citizens, promoting state sovereignty (Federalism), and compelling our elected officials to comply with the Constitution of the United States of America as written. To accomplish our goals, the Cincinnati Tea Party:
• Encourages Americans who value liberty to Voice their opinions through rallies, forums, and town halls
• Supports the Education of Americans for a better understanding of our Declaration of Independence, our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, and the authority granted to our government by the People
• Impacts Elections throughout America by encouraging freedom-loving American citizens to run for office at the local, county, and state levels
The Cincinnati Tea Party was founded in February 2009 by a conservative group of Cincinnatians who love America and want to pass its gift of freedom to future generations. In April 2009, Community Tea Parties were launched to allow local leaders to spread the core values at the neighborhood level.
About the Cincinnati 9/12 Project
The Cincinnati 9/12 Project’s mission is to take back our country by shifting power from Washington politicians to the people whom they represent. The intent is to restore the balance of power among municipalities, states, and the federal government as originally envisioned by our Founding Fathers and as originally captured in the Constitution of the United States of America.
The organization was founded in February 2009 as part of a national initiative to unite all Americans─regardless of political orientation─in pursuing events and actions that drive our politicians to follow Constitutional principles and values.
About the Ohio Liberty Council
The Ohio Liberty Council is a nonpartisan coalition of like-minded grassroots organizations throughout Ohio. The council strives to achieve these strategic objectives:
• Foster accountability of elected officials and government
• Grow awareness of the movement
• Promote state sovereignty
• Educate citizens
• Affect elections
The council began in June 2009 as a way to connect liberty-minded Ohioans. The group communicates on issues, but more importantly, seeks to create concerted action among the groups. By working together, the council intends to achieve real results to protect and promote liberty in Ohio. The most important issue facing Ohio is state sovereignty, which is the main focus of the group.
View Our Founding Documents
United States of America
Declaration of Independence http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/declaration_transcript.html
Bill of Rights http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/bill_of_rights_transcript.html
State of Ohio
Cincy now you’re making me tremendously proud of my Ohio roots. Keep up the novel approaches with your events!