Voice of America Freedom Rally in West Chester, Ohio Sept 5th

Posted By on September 4, 2009

Labor Day weekend promises to be a busy one in and around Cincinnati with events from political tea parties to the annual spectacular Riverfest  fFreedom Rallyireworks. I’ll be prepping for the Fly In, Airshow and Pancake breakfast at Red Stewart Airfield in Waynesville Ohio (great small airshow about 6PM Saturday) while the Cincinnati Tea Party will be holding a big rally at Voice of America Park in West Chester (press release below). I won’t be there, but hope the voices from SW Oho are heard nationwide … and particularly in Washington DC.

The Cincinnati Tea Party is proud to present the Voice of America Freedom Rally, September 5 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. at the Voice of America Park Museum in West Chester. The rally will feature America’s voice, along with the voices of average citizens who are becoming engaged in the political process and holding their representatives accountable. Following are details and the schedule of events:

12:00 p.m. Onsite Parking Available

1:00 p.m. Music, Entertainment, Merchandise and Food Booths

Dan Rivers, music

Anntones, music

Jim Klosterman, reprising his role as Uncle Sam from the March 15 Tea Party

2:30 p.m. Speakers

Jason Rink, Director of Education and Outreach for the Ohio Freedom Alliance, member of the Ohio Liberty Council – Speaking about the connection between faith and health care

Greg McAfee, Small business owner – Speaking about “America’s Scoreboard: We’re in the Fourth Quarter – What It’s Gonna Take to Win”

Shannon Hartkemeyer, Mother, member of the Cincinnati Tea Party, first-time candidate for Fairfield Township Trustee – Speaking about why she’s running for office

Rob Scott, Founder and president of the Dayton Tea Party – Introduction of patriotism

3:00 p.m. Patriotism

Pledge of Allegiance

Star-Spangled Banner

3:10 p.m. Speakers

Harald Zieger, East German immigrant, small business owner – Speaking about “The Voice of America Heard Around the Globe”

Tracy Miller, Cancer survivor, member of the Houston Tea Party – Speaking about “The Bastardization of the Constitution”

Harlene Holland, Honduran immigrant, mother – Speaking about “Taking Back Our America and Our Constitution”

Mike Wilson, Founder and president of the Cincinnati Tea Party, first-time candidate for state legislature (Eighth District of Ohio) – Speaking about citizen involvement in politics

DakLak Do, Vietnamese immigrant, small business owner – Speaking about his journey to freedom in America

Todd Young, Attorney, first-time candidate for U.S. Congress (Ninth District of Indiana), founder of the grassroots group called NO PIGS – Speaking about issues facing America

Chris Orecchio, Small business owner, member of the Ohio Liberty Council – Speaking about health care

Rich Apuzzo, Consulting meteorologist – Speaking about global warming, and cap and trade

Thomas Tabback, Author, inspirational speaker – Speaking about “We the People Health”

5:00 p.m. Town Hall Program

Representative Michael Turner

Representative Jean Schmidt

Ohio gubernatorial candidate John Kasich

House Minority Leader John Boehner

6:20 p.m. Conclusion

God Bless America

America’s voice will be heard on September 5, as it was during World War II, from the historical site of wartime broadcasts that were heard around the world. The very first VOA program in 1944 began, “We shall speak to you about America and the war. The news may be good or it may be bad, but we will tell you the truth. (Source: Ohio History Central, An Online Encyclopedia of Ohio History)

Rally Location and Logistics

Front lawn of the Voice of America Park Museum

8070 Tylersville Rd. West Chester, Ohio 45069

Onsite Parking

The grassy area south of the Voice of America Park Museum building on the east side of the driveway. Must have VIP parking pass.

VOA MetroParks lot; entrance off of Cox Rd.; $5 for a pass (if you don’t already have one)

Offsite Parking Within Walking Distance

UC Physicians at University Pointe, 7700 University Ct., West Chester, OH 45069

Offsite Parking With Shuttle Buses – $2 Donation

Hope Church, 4934 Western Row Rd. Mason, OH 45040

Lakota West High School, 8940 Union Centre Blvd., West Chester, OH 45069

Lakota East High School, 6840 Lakota Lane, Liberty Twp., OH 45044

For more information: http://cincinnatiteaparty.org/Events/voarally2009.htm

National and Regional Involvement

September 5 marks the first round of national Stand Up for Liberty events. The Voice of America will be in the community of West Chester, Ohio, and is presented by the Cincinnati Tea Party in partnership with the Cincinnati 9/12 Project, the Dayton Tea Party, the Indiana Tea Party, and the Ohio Liberty Council. The Stand Up for Texas event in Austin is presented by Texas liberty groups, including the Tea Parties from Austin, Baytown, Beaumont, Dallas, Houston, Katy, Lufkin, McAllen, Mount Pleasant, San Antonio, Sugar Land, and Wichita Falls.

Upcoming Events

9/12 National March on Washington, DC Saturday, September 12, 2009 9:00 a.m. music and speakers, 11:30 a.m. march, 1:00 p.m. rally More information: http://912dc.org/

Glenn Beck Viewing Party Saturday, September 12, 2009 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (doors open at 12:00 Noon) Crowne Plaza Hotel-Blue Ash 5901 Pfeiffer and Blue Ash Roads Cincinnati, OH 45242 (513) 793-4500 RSVP: http://www.cincinnati912project.com/?page_id=393

About the Cincinnati Tea Party

The Cincinnati Tea Party is a grassroots, nonpartisan group opposed to wasteful government spending. Our core values are fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free markets. Our goals include influencing elections for the betterment of America, promoting state sovereignty (Federalism), and compelling our elected officials to comply with the Constitution as written by our Founders. The Cincinnati Tea Party was founded by a group of lifelong Cincinnatians in February 2009. In April 2009, Community Tea Parties were launched to allow local leaders to spread the core values at the neighborhood level.

For Additional Information

Cincinnati Tea Party: http://www.cincinnatiteaparty.org

Cincinnati 9/12 Project http://www.Cincinnati912Project.com

Dayton Tea Party http://www.daytonohioteaparty.com

Houston Tea Party http://www.houstontps.org

Indiana Tea Party http://www.inteaparty.com

Ohio Liberty Council http://www.ohiolibertycouncil.org

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