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Response to Columbus Dispatch article ‘Educators Double Dip’

June 20, 2010 by


Written by Bill Yarbrough, Ohio State Senate Candidate, 3rd District Dear Editor, In the Dispatch cover story, “Educators Double Dip (June 20th),” I understand the topic of the story was the number of educators working and yet pulling a full pension.  However, it was striking to see only a passing reference to Ohio’s $40 billion […]

LPO Tuesday Talk: General Assembly Continues Gambling with Ohioans Time and Money

June 15, 2010 by


June 15, 2010 Dear Friend of Liberty, Last Friday the Ohio legislature missed another Constitutional deadline.  Unlike the deadline they missed in 2009, however, this one was by hours and not months.  In 2009, the deadline that was missed was for our state budget.  Our elected officials missed that deadline because they couldn’t get the […]

And it was over in less than 5 minutes

May 5, 2010 by


Image by Fibonacci Blue via Flickr by the Chair of the Libertarian Party of Ohio Executive Committee Yes, that was the time I spent in my polling place in rural Delaware County on Tuesday morning, May 4. With anticipation, I drove to the Methodist Church, which is also my voting center. As I walked in, […]

Top Ten Reasons to Vote Libertarian

May 3, 2010 by


Image via Wikipedia Forward this message to 100 friends for a free “I voted” sticker on Tuesday, courtesy of the State of Ohio.  (Stickers can be collected at your local precinct) Top Ten Reasons for Voting Libertarian on May 4th: 10.  Have you ever been to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles? 9.    This wasn’t […]

Third Frontier: More About Fiction than Science…

April 29, 2010 by


Written by: Bill Yarbrough, Libertarian candidate  for State Senate, 3rd District, OH. In response to the Dispatch editorial of April 6, 2010 in favor of Issue 1, it’s time the numbers be put into perspective.  Ohio is expected to have at least a $7 billion budget gap this next cycle, and we’re expected to add […]

How Libertarians can balance Congress

April 28, 2010 by


Most voters know they don't want to keep doing the same thing, but what difference can one person make? A lot, if all of those people who want change actually do it.