Monday, September 15, 2014

October 25 - Boston Tea Party "Fun" Raiser




Boston Tea Party

Sat. Oct. 25, 2014 5:30 PM




Nevada City Elks Lodge (518 CA Hwy 49) – Plenty of Parking
Commemorates our Colonial heritage and Invites all of Ye to celebrate with Us! Food w/No Host Adult Beverages–Raffles
We’ll have homemade Boston Clam Chowda, Beans, Slaw, Breads and Pies along with Boston BBQd tri-tip & chicken. Costumes encouraged!

Nevada City Elks Lodge – Plenty of Parking 
 
Ticketing online: Credit and Debit Cards www.nevadacountyteaparty.org

Ticketing Donation: Only $25 per person

Ticketing locations: Checks only please
Gold n Green, 302 Railroad Ave, Grass Valley, CA
Tru Value Fence, 17493 Penn Valley Dr, Penn Valley, CA
Republican Headquarters Fowler Center (SaveMart)

 
Rex Ruth as Sam Adams and a Surprise Speaker! Mark Your Calenders!   
  RSVP REQUIRED! No Tickets Sold at the Door!!!

Call 530 270-9004 for the latest information


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Monday, September 8, 2014

October 3, 2014, Don't Miss Liberty's Lobbyist KrisAnne Hall


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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Do You Know Your Constitution?

In 1828 youngsters studied the Constitution in school and knew the answers to these questions, do you?

How are new states formed? See Week 51

Who owns the nations' "wildlands"? See Week 52

Don't miss KrisAnne Hall on the Constitution History, October 3, Nevada City. Learn More

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Monday, August 25, 2014

ACTION ALERT: Tuesday, 8/26, BOS: Local Control of Nevada County Forests at Issue

ALERT!  PATRIOTS NEEDED!


On Tuesday, August 26, the Board of Supervisors will approve a resolution asking Governor Brown to get involved in pressuring the federal government to take immediate action to reduce the catastrophic fire danger faced by the counties in the Nevada. CABPRO intends to be there to request that they do NOT approve it.Sierra

We need a good turn-out to let the Board know we are watching this issue carefully.  The reason is the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) will meet in September to roll out their Strategic Plan which may turn over county power and oversight to non-profit organizations who will then deal with the federal government and especially the BLM and National Park Service.  If that happens, we citizens of Nevada County will lose any input we would otherwise have into the management of our lands.  We believe that LOCAL government is the best government because it is the closest to the people.  We must show up in numbers to impress the Board that they best not abdicate their responsibilities to some regional or other organization, nor to the federal government.  Please attend and help us keep the Board of Supervisors honest and representative of We the People when they meet to propose solutions in September.  Thank you in advance for showing up.

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ACTION ALERT: CONSERVATIVES NEEDED TO FILL NUMEROUS UNOPPOSED LOCAL GOVERNMENT VACANCIES

By Keri BrennerThursday August 21, 2014

If “apathy is the death of democracy,” as someone once said, then Nevada County appears to be heading to a terminal stage. Low voter turnout in the June primary elections, combined with a lack of candidates for the Nov. 4 general elections, does not appear to bode well.

Many board positions are lacking candidates in the Nov. 4 elections in Nevada County’s special fire, school, recreation and water districts — leaving gaping holes that some political leaders are scrambling to fill.

Although there are many uncontested races where candidates who filed will simply be appointed in lieu of going through an election, some 18 seats simply don’t have anyone to appoint.

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Renewing the American Idea


Hillsdale
College  IMPRIMIS

July/August 2014

Paul Ryan
U.S. House of Representatives

PAUL RYAN is the United States Representative for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, where he was first elected in 1998. He is the chairman of the House Budget Committee and a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee. A lifelong resident of Wisconsin, Ryan holds a degree in economics and political science from Miami University in Ohio.

The following is adapted from an Independence Day Address delivered on July 15, 2014, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

“THREE STRIKES, VOTE THEM OUT!”

By Don Nelson
The Nevada County Board of Supervisors conservative majority is consistently making decisions at odds with conservative principles of limited government, individual freedom, and fiscal responsibility. Three recent examples of “big-government” overreach will suffice to illustrate.

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