Samuel Adams

"It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men." --Samuel Adams

EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA
225 Northland Blvd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Thursday, April 20, 2023

This Class Has Been Sponsored by John and Becky Costello

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Required Reading:  Larry Elder–We Have a Country to Save, and the Problem with Fatherlessness –Townhall


Learn about the extraordinary time when our Country was founded.   Thomas Jefferson asserted that “Samuel Adams was that Man” who was the leader of the Revolution.   John Adams thought his cousin Sam was the most “sagacious” or shrewdest politician of all.    Adams put together what could be said to be the greatest campaign of civil resistance in Civil History.

Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Stacy Schiff, and her new book “The Revolutionary Samuel Adams”, helps us walk through the life of Samuel Adams who supplied the moral backbone of the American Revolution.   Adams helped package and amplify—almost like using social media– the Boston Massacre which was the beginning event that first shook the colonists.   He helped mastermind the Boston Tea Party.   You will learn how Adams, hid behind his many masks and stratagems and build consensus for a new Nation.

Also, get to know Adams and his incredible band of brothers.   John Hancock, the President of the Second Continental Congress and first signer of the Declaration of Independence.  Paul Revere, an American silversmith, engraver and Sons of Liberty Member. 

What happened on famous ride of Paul Revere who rode to Lexington in 1975 to warn Samuel Adams that he was about to be arrested for treason?  Much of the prelude to the revolution took place in the City of Boston and Massachusetts.  Learn why Boston played such an important role.  What about General George Washington, how did he figure into the growing discontent with the monarchy and Great Britain?  What caused Washington to lead the fight?

Tonight, Dan will take you back to the founding of the Country, where you will learn about the true spirit of the Men who fought to liberate America.  The tactics, their strength, and spirit and the one man that led the way, Samuel Adams.

Have a Sam Adams Beer with us tonight at the EmpowerU Studio–Join us as we  celebrate the founding of our Nation! 

Speaker Bio:

Dan Regenold: Dan first became active in Government in 2003 when he became involved fighting Eminent Domain and helping stop it in Evendale and in Norwood, Ohio. In 2006, he was one of the founders of which successfully fought and stopped, by ballot initiative, a sales tax increase in Hamilton County, Ohio. Later WeDemand stopped Red Light Cameras in Hamilton County.   

Regenold spoke at the CPAC Convention in 2008 to discuss major Grassroots initiative actions across the United States.   In 2009, Dan was unsuccessful in his efforts to bring accountability to the Federal Government’s finances with a citizen lead initiative (the bill was introduced to the United States Congress).  In 2010 Regenold was one of three leaders of the initiative to End Ohio’s Estate Tax which happened in 2011. The Tax Foundation called the repeal of Ohio Estate Tax one of the most important Tax accomplishments of 2011. In 2011 Regenold founded (starting it’s 25th semester in Fall 2022), a Free University offered in the Greater Cincinnati area with the goal of “empowering” citizens. 

In 2014, Regenold was one of the leaders of the effort to separate Music Hall from a County Wide Sales Tax which helped the Museum Center renovation get passed by the voters of Hamilton County.   Dan has recently concentrated his efforts on the mess of Public Education in Ohio and specifically on topics like School Choice and Critical Race Theory.   Similarly, Dan helped led an EmpowerU initiative to teach students about the history of our National Motto.

Dan is a lover of Liberty and enjoys speaking to EmpowerU classes about subjects he is passionate about.  Recently he has discussed:  Milton Friedman, Saul Alinsky, Net Neutrality, D-Day, The Deficit, How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps,  Public Education, Winston Churchill, President Theodore Roosevelt, and Thomas Sowell at EmpowerU Classes.   Regenold is founder and Chairman of, a Made-In-America picture frame manufacturing company in Springdale, Ohio.