• Episode # 6 - Censoring the Truth

    7 NOV. 2019 · Project Veritas: Ohio makes it unlawful for a person to obtain a job in a political campaign and report on what is said within that campaign. Is this political censorship gone mad?
    39m 54s
  • Episode #5 - Can Pipelines Steal Your Land?

    13 JUN. 2019 · On today’s episode, Mike and Maurice talk about the use of eminent domain by utility companies in Ohio as a number of cases are popping up where gas and oil companies use the state’s eminent domain power to grab your property for private purposes. Maurice goes into detail about the original intent of eminent domain and how it has morphed into an abusive tool that promotes corporate welfare, as well as how you can best address a situation where a private company is trying to use eminent domain against you.
    49m 11s
  • Episode #4 - Is your Garden Illegal?

    11 JUN. 2019 · On this episode of the podcast, Mike and Maurice analyze historic district commissions. These commissions are semi-government entities that are often chaired by private individuals who arbitrarily determine whether a change you are making to your house conforms with the “historic attributes” of that neighborhood. Historic district commissions are problematic for a number of reasons such as being vague and permitting disgruntled neighbors to use unclear laws to harass those living around them.
    43m 35s
  • Episode #3 - How many People Can you Live with?

    11 JUN. 2019 · On today’s podcast, Mike and Maurice discuss unrelated individual occupancy permit laws. These laws restrict how many unrelated people can live in a house together, calling into question serious constitutional issues. More and more cities are implementing these laws even as federal courts are striking them down left and right. Listen is as Mike and Maurice chat about the reasons these laws exist, why they are constitutionally questionable, and what you can do to fight them.
    48m 5s
  • Episode #2 - Government Inspections to Sell Your Houses?

    9 MAY. 2019 · In this episode of the Ohio Constitution Podcast, Mike and Maurice discuss the implications of two recent federal court cases - litigated by Maurice - that declared two Ohio cities' point-of-sale inspection laws unconstitutional primarily based on these laws being unlawful searches and seizures.
    38m 8s
  • Episode #1 - Why We're Making You More Free

    9 MAY. 2019 · Listen in as Mike Gabrail and Maurice Thompson explain the philosophy and goals of the Ohio Constitution Podcast. With so many podcasts today commenting on federal law and the United States Supreme Court decisions, there are none that specifically dive into the issues facing Ohio property owners. The Ohio Constitution Podcast fills this void by analyzing recent decisions that could affect the constitutional rights of Ohio property owners, while also debating the legality and policies of many local and state government laws that curb property rights.
    51m 50s

The Ohio Constitution Podcast is a platform where collaborators Mike Gabrail and Maurice Thompson will discuss and analyze legal trends and cases that affect Ohio property rights, free speech rights,...

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The Ohio Constitution Podcast is a platform where collaborators Mike Gabrail and Maurice Thompson will discuss and analyze legal trends and cases that affect Ohio property rights, free speech rights, taxpayer rights, and countless other subjects concerning the liberties of Ohio’s citizens.

Mike and Maurice use each of their unique backgrounds to comment on and debate different laws and actions of Ohio’s state and local governments, as well as analyze activities in other states that may impact Ohio. While true conservatives that understand the pitfalls of a large federal government, Mike and Maurice believe that state and local governments often get away with much worse abuses of power and constitutional violations because the spotlight is not on them quite the same as it is on the federal government; the Ohio Constitution Podcast is dedicated to creating the same spotlight for Ohio’s state and local governments.

To contact with questions for us to answer on the podcast, email us at info@ohioconstitutionpodcast.org
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