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NOTICE OF TEA PARTY MEETING

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 20th 2014

7 PM to 8:30 PM

 

AT THE GRAEAGLE FIRE HALL

 

OUR SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER

TOM VAILLANCOURT

 

TOPIC

Update on Healthcare as Dictated by Obamacare

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The Plumas-Sierra Tea Party Patriots was established in Plumas County in 2010. Originally called the Plumas Tea Party Patriots, after widespread interest from Sierra County, we joined forces to become the Plumas-Sierra Tea Party Patriots.

We have the distinction of being recognized by the national Tea Party Patriots as the only Plumas County tea party considered an outstanding member of their extensive family of conservative organizations.

Our three guiding principals are:

Personal Freedom:  We support personal freedom so all Americans can live life the way they want as long as it does not harm others, or infringe on another’s rights.

Economic Freedom:  We stand for economic freedom, which means a growing economy with reduced tax rates and reduced government spending so we all have a chance to earn more money and businesses can hire more people.

Debt Free Future:  We support a debt free future because it is only fair and right to pay the debt we have incurred so our children and grandchildren are not stuck with our bills.

We have actively supported local law enforcement, the Boy Scouts, the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce and other Plumas and Sierra County organizations.

We provided forums for a number of prominent speakers on a variety of topics, which have included the inner workings of the California State legislature, affirmative action, Agenda 21, the US Constitution, Assembly Bill 109, the Plumas County General Plan, and the Affordable Care Act, etc.

We have distributed hundreds of pocket-sized US Constitutions to students and the public at large.

Through our website, plumassierrateaparty.org, we provide information and videos on local, state and federal issues, including links to a variety of tea party groups and activities across the country.

Our summer guest speaker series begins in June. If you believe in our guiding principals and want to make a difference in our county, the state and the country in general, please join us. Watch for advertisements in the local newspapers.

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Guest speaker Assemblyman Tim Donnelly at the War on Land and Water Forum Sponsored by American Freedom Alliance.

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“We are here to do something historic,” said Mark Baird, spokesman for the State of Jefferson at the Tehama County Town Hall meeting in Red Bluff on April 5th. The Elks Hall was packed as Baird opened the Jefferson Declaration meeting telling the crowd, “The State of Jefferson is the future.”

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Trevor Loudon is a modern-day Paul Revere and is yelling,”The Communists are here! The Communists are here!”.  This video is a recording of him speaking at the Redding Tea Party.

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Who is responsible for shutting down the federal government? There are differing opinions, depending on who you talk to Democrat or Republican.

Let’s consider the facts. The Republicans control the House of Representatives and they approved all the money required to keep all government activities going — except for ObamaCare. This is not a matter of opinion. You can check the Congressional Record.

The House of Representatives via the Constitution is empowered to grant or withhold money; this is not an opinion, check the Constitution of the United States. All spending bills must originate in the House of Representatives, Congressmen have a right to decide whether or not they want to spend money on a particular government expenditure.

Good or bad ObamaCare is a matter of opinion.  It is a matter of fact that members of the House of Representatives have the right to make spending decisions based on their opinion. [click to continue…]

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Thirty days ago, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 1266, which gives boys and girls, from kindergarten to 18 years of age unlimited permission to use each other’s bathrooms and locker rooms at school by simply declaring that they feel like they are of the opposite gender that day.

There is no counseling, no asking questions, no way to determine if the child is actually having a gender identity issue. This is strictly self-determined and can change from day to day. Thus a young man of 16 can decide he’s feel like a girl today and enter the girl locker room unannounced. Any teacher or other student who objects will be considered to be “harassing” the young man. The teachers cannot even tell the parents that the child is deciding the gender difference.

This bill was ostensibly designed to protect young people facing a gender identity crisis from being bullied, a noble and worthwhile cause. However, this law has a greater potential for crime, sexual harassment and other unintended consequences that will harm those having such a crisis and the other children. [click to continue…]

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Defend Rural America

Presented September 28 at the Fairgrounds in Quincy

10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Sheriff Greg Hagwood and

Keynote speaker: Kirk MacKenzie

TIME TO WAKE UP RURAL AMERICA AND FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS

What is Defend Rural America? Founded by Kirk MacKenzie in 2011, Defend Rural America (DRA) began as a community effort to save the Klamath River dams in Siskiyou County, California.

From that start, DRA has become the leading national force fighting for personal property/water rights that are being usurped by all levels of government, non-governmental organizations, planning commissions, neo/radical environmentalists, and others.

Why does Rural America need defending? Look at the ways our land is being forcibly (eminent domain) or deceptively (easements) taken from individual property owners for environmental causes, state or Federal takeover of natural resources, property easements, wildlife corridors, endangered species, “saving” the forests, and more.

Small communities have lower tax revenues so they look to grant money to provide for their people. These grants have strings attached that lead to more non-local control.

To supposedly increase their impact on state matters, rural communities join regional partnerships, or councils or similar entities. They relinquish power over their own destiny and reduce transparency and accountability to their constituents. [click to continue…]

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Five south Jefferson supervisors heard public testimony on the public’s declaration of withdrawal from the State of California, after which they weighed in before a vote was taken. Won’t spoil it for ya, but will say it was a very productive session.

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