Cincinnati East Tea Party Meeting Reminder

Here is a last minute reminder of the Cincinnati East Tea Party meeting scheduled for this Thursday, March 30 in the Oakley Community Center located east of the Remke Market in Hyde Park Plaza on Paxton Avenue. A meet and Greet starts at 6:30 with the program beginning at 7pm. We are fortunate to have two excellent speakers addressing topics of high interest. Peter Bhatia, Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer will address issues related to news and editorial balance, truthful reporting, fake news and related matters. Political Analyst Al Tuchfarber will provide commentary and insights on current national political issues.  Below is the meeting agenda.

We are look forward to a lively and informative evening and hope you can join us!


Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forum
March 30, 2017, 6:30pm

6:30     Meet and Greet

7:00     Welcome/Prayer/Pledge

7:10     Media Balance ……………………………………… Peter Bhatia
Editor, Cincinnati Enquirer

7:55     Political Commentary ……………………………… Al Tuchfarber, PHD
Political Analyst

8:25     Close


Upcoming Meetings

Thursday, April 20, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

Louis Arnold, Cincinnati Police Faith Based Community Liaison Officer, will speak to the importance of building strong police/community relations, providing insight on how this happens and desired outcomes. This will be an engaging presentation addressing the critical topic of public safety.


Thursday, May 15, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

 Denise Mayer and Mary Siegel of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project will speak to the reality and impact of voter fraud. Free and fair elections are a bedrock of a free society and citizens must be vigilant to protect election integrity. The presentation will focus on the real and potential dangers of voter fraud and how sensible actions can protect our election system in Ohio and nationally.

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