Lorain County, Ohio – Totally Engaged Americans (TEA) is proud to announce their voter guide for the 2022 Primary Elections which will now happen in two separate voting periods. The first voting period started with early voting on Tuesday, April 5th, and will end May 3rd. TEA recommendations for the offices of U.S. Senate, Governor and Secretary of State can be seen on the voter guide.
The secretary of state has said the second voting period is likely on August 2, 2022. Ohio General Assembly and State Central Committee races will be voted in the second voting period. See TEA recommendations on the voter guide.
TEA recommends a NO vote on Issue 7, a proposed ‘Bed Tax’ [Lodging and Hotel Tax]. It was placed on the ballot by the Lorain County Commissioners.
The last day of the first period of voting is May 3, 2022.
The last day of the second period of voting is August 2, 2022.
Go here to find your polling location for May 3rd.
Go here to find the Early Voting dates, times and location.
Go here to find your complete personal Sample Ballot.
Go here to register to vote or to update your current registration. The deadline to vote in the current election was Monday, April 4, 2022.
These recommendations were determined by a straw poll of TEA members conducted on March 12, 2022.
Why are there two separate primary voting periods in Ohio? Because of the ongoing debate revolving around the drawing of the Ohio Senate and Ohio House district maps.
Did you know that 50 people who were at the Capital in Washington DC on January 6, 2021, are being held in a federal prison? Yes, they have been there for several months, some even held in solitary confinement.
T.E.A. has been following this story for several weeks now, mostly through reports from Tom Z. of We The People Convention. We have even written and sent postcards and letters to the prisoners. We encourage you to write cards and letters of encouragement to the prisoners. Addresses and detailed information about how to do is supplied here.
Here is another report that explains more about the situation these prisoners are in. It is a report from the Epoch Times.
A rally for the political prisoners was held in front of the U.S. Capital on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Watch video of event here. Rallies are also being held in at least 13 state capitals. See list here.
The next TEA meeting will be on Saturday, April 10. Here is information on one of the topics which will be presented.
“Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates”
With the advancement of overreaching bureaucrats and elected executives at every level of government, the common question is “What can be done about it?”
Join us as we learn about the Doctrine whereby the locally elected have the right, authority and responsibility to stand against arbitrary and pernicious actions by a higher authority. Find out how we can work with and support our local elected officials to hold the line against tyrannical state and federal initiatives.
Tom Niewulis will present that which our Founders understood in their stand against despotism and tyranny at all levels of government. Discover the truth about the duties presented in The Doctrine of The Lesser Magistrates. *** Book of same title: The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government by Matthew J. Trewhella (2013)
Excerpt from back cover: America has entered troubling times. The rule of law is crumbling. The massive expansion of Federal government power with its destructive laws and policies is of grave concern to many. But what can be done to quell the abuse of power by civil authority? Are unjust or immoral actions by the government simply to be accepted and their lawless commands obeyed? How do we know when the government has acted tyrannically? Which actions constitute proper and legitimate resistance?
Title: Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates Speaker: Tom Niewulis Date:Saturday, April 10 Time: 8:30 am Coffee and refreshments; 9 to 10:30 am Program Location: Banquet Hall, 5300 Baumhart Road, Lorain, Ohio MAP Cost: FREE for first time guests and students up through college, $3 all others. This meeting is open to the public. Other: Books and materials will be available at the meeting.
About Tom Niewulis Citizen * History of the Constitution * Sam Adams expert
Tom Niewulis is first and foremost a simple citizen circa 1804. He is also the President and CEO of NCDCS, Inc. Tom has over 30 years in business and organizational analysis, strategic planning, financial and organizational management. Tom has delivered business studies, technical studies and made presentations at industry conferences in the United States and Europe. He has been a member of the technical advisory boards for emerging companies as well as the Fortune 500. He is published internationally. He is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors and The World Intellectual Property Organization.
Tom has been active in the political arena after serving in the military. While in the military he studied communism, surreptitious and indigenous actions and intervention. He has studied the founding of America since the mid 70’s with an emphasis on its cultural challenges as well as why and how the Constitution was developed. He has studied independently the Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, Joseph Stories Commentaries, Blackstone, Locke, De Tocqueville, Madison’s Notes and the various states Ratifying Conventions; as well as original source writings of Samuel Adams and Sam’s contemporaries. In conjunction, these studies include the Reformation with an emphasis on the Scottish Reformation, Lex Rex, the Puritans and Covenant, the First Great Awakening and the Sermons the Founders heard preached.
Tom was the Chair of Constitutional Economics at the Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional Studies founded by Cleon Skousen and Glenn Kimber. He was in leadership and on the board of directors for We The People Washington (state). He is a political blogger and writer. He has also spoken across the country on various Constitutional topics and as his alter-ego Samuel Adams. He is the Author of “Not ALL Conservatives Are Constitutionalists,” “From Covenant to the Present Constitution.”
Tom encourages the re-education of the citizenry through seminars on the Constitution and other presentations. Tom is now affiliated with The Institute On The Constitution by promoting this great organization’s training. He is a Constitutional thinker from the Anti-Federalist perspective desiring to return to the Founders / Framers Constitutional Original Intent. Tom has additionally studied the life of Samuel Adams to the extent that he appears in character as this alter-ego. Tom is heard every Saturday on LibertyWorksRadioNetwork.com at 1 a.m., 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Eastern. Program archives and much more are at https://samueladamsreturns.net
Tom’s educational background is in physics, radiological chemistry, behavioral science and Masters work in organization development as well as telecommunication management.
Lorain, Ohio – Dr. Sherri Tenpenny made a very informative presentation about the virus and the shot on March 13, 2021, to a large crowd at the last meeting of Totally Engaged Americans. There are three sections to the recording of her presentation. Audio is the only format available.
We are pleased to announce that world-renowned physician, speaker, author and vaccine expert Dr. Sherri Tenpenny will be the guest speaker. She’ll be speaking at the Totally Engaged Americans meeting in Lorain on the 2nd Saturday in March.
Investigative Journalist Jack Windsor will be speaking for Totally Engaged Americans this Saturday, August 8, 2020. Click here for details.
He is one of the few if not the only reporter in the press conferences with Governor DeWine asking the questions we all would like to know the answers to.
To give you a glimpse into some of his work, see this article titled, “Governor DeWine suppresses data disproving COVID-19 policies” or read his testimony before the Ohio House State and Local Government Committee.
Want to see Jack in action asking a question of Governor DeWine? Here is a sampling from recent press conference.
What does this mean? Where did this come from? Clear choice between what choices?
TEA rented a booth last week at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio. Considering all the talk of socialist policies by the candidates at the Democratic Party debates and in the mainstream media, it seemed appropriate to define what socialism is. Then, by extension, we thought socialism would be better understood by contrasting it with values on the other end of the spectrum, conservatism. Thus was born the idea in our fair booth planning committee to display a sample list of socialist values and sample list of conservative values.