- Jan 2023
DeWine said he has talked directly with the director and several members of the six-member Ohio Casino Control Commission, to which the legislature gave the job of regulating the fledgling industry.
Since neither you nor I nor anyone else may dictate whether or not people bet on sports in Ohio, we couldn't have justly granted that authority to the legislature to hand off to the made-up "Ohio Casino Control Commission". We also couldn't have justly granted any authority to "Governor" Mike DeWine.
This is simply corrupt racketeering by the most powerful gang in the state, and their "legions of enforcer" mercenaries to claim a right to impose their opinions on Ohioans when no one else can.
For those confused, it's right there in the Just Powers clause of The Declaration of Independence.
All just Gov power must be granted to it by individuals. They can't just wish power for themselves out of thin air, no matter how many legislators or voters "vote" for the wish to come true.
- Sports Betting
- The Declaration of Independence
- Mike DeWine
- Ohio Casino Control Commission
- Just Powers
- Sports Gambling
- Darrel Rowland
- May 2022
“By the way,” she wrote, “in the new code of laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make, I desire you would remember the ladies, and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the husbands. Remember all men would be tyrants if they could.” She went on, “If particular care and attention is not paid to the ladies, we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.”
—Abigail Adams, March 1776, in a letter to her husband John Adams serving in the Continental Congress
all men would be tyrants if they could.
- Feb 2019
Any local, state or national government, or any political machine, in order to live, must give the people assurance that they can express their will freely and that their votes will be counted. The most powerful machine cannot exist without the support of the people. Political bosses and political machinery can be good, but the minute they cease to express the will of the people, their days are numbered.
A very powerful sentiment aligned with the US Declaration of Independence.
- Jun 2017
governments are instituted among men
Prudence indeed will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light & transient causes;
[I have no doubt that Jefferson studied The genuine principles of the ancient Saxon, or English constitution, Volume 4 prior to writing the Declaration of Independence]
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that all Men are created equal;
Jefferson possibly looked at John Tillotson's "archbishop of Canterbury" (pg. 264), when Creating the Declaration of Independence](https://books.google.com/books?id=X7ZbAAAAQAAJ&dq=all%20men%20are%20created%20equal&pg=PA264#v=onepage&q=all%20men%20are%20created%20equal&f=false)
- Apr 2017
which hath stirred up the In- dians and Negroes to destroy us
The charge that the British Crown had induced Native Americans to attack colonists was later repeated in the Declaration of Independence.