QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "Well, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." —Ronald Reagan (this quote is too good to change) 


"Do not blame Caesar, blame the people of Rome who have rejoiced in their loss of freedom who hail him when he speaks in the Forum of more security, more living fatly at the expense of the industrious." —Marcus Cicero 

"To preserve [the] independence [of the people,] we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude." —Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval, 1816


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In fact, it was our second president, John Adams, who said of our thoroughly researched and developed governing document, "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.  It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."  Quote from Ben Carson's book, "One Nation."


24.  No Escondido City Council meeting; next meeting July 8.

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Our next meeting is June 23rd at Mike's BBQ. Tuesday dinner special is a $6 pork sandwich. Come early and enjoy!

Our June meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. at Mike's BBQ, 1356 West Valley Parkway, EscondidoDaniel Libby, longtime Cyber Security expert, will be our speaker. Mr. Libby is well supplied with interesting stories and great information and tips on how to keep your own data safe on the internet. Given the daily headlines about breaches in this area, we welcome Daniel Libby in perfect timing.  Bring all your friends to hear him.

On the lighter side...


One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he asked about his bill, and the barber replied, 'I cannot accept money from you, I'm doing community service this week.' The florist was pleased and left the shop. When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a 'thank you' card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.

Later, a cop comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his bill, the barber again replied, 'I cannot accept money from you, I'm doing community service this week.' The cop was happy and left the shop. The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a 'thank you' card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.

Then a Congressman came in for a haircut, and when he went to pay his bill, the barber again replied, 'I can not accept money from you. I'm doing community service this week.' The Congressman was very happy and left the shop. The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen Congressmen lined up waiting for a free haircut.

And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it. As Ronald Reagan once said: BOTH POLITICIANS AND DIAPERS NEED TO BE CHANGED OFTEN AND FOR THE SAME REASON!



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Privacy For All Students

660 J Street, Ste., 250

Sacramento, CA 95814

ID# 1359959 

Yesterday in Sacramento, Privacy For All submitted initiative language for the Personal Privacy Protection Act and we are announcing this with the press release that appears below. 


Also reprinted below is a note that was directed from a student to a legislator in Nevada where a similar measure is pending. This student forcefully but politely notes why laws like these protecting privacy and safety are necessary.   We could not state the need for these new laws any better.

Bathroom Privacy Initiative 

Privacy advocates have taken the first step to prohibiting unwanted intrusions in California bathrooms, showers and locker rooms. Privacy For All has submitted language to California elections officials to place the Personal Privacy Protection Act on the 2016 ballot.  


If approved by California voters, the Personal Privacy Protection Act requires that individuals "use facilities in accordance with their biological sex in all government buildings". The proposed initiative does not require private businesses to maintain sex separated facilities, but protects these businesses from legal action if they do require employees and patrons to "use facilities in accordance with their biological sex". 


"We have great compassion for any person that is uncomfortable in traditional, sex separated facilities.


But we also want to protect the privacy that most of us expect when we are in public bathrooms, showers and dressing areas" said Gina Gleason, a proponent of the initiative.


California's legislature took an unprecedented step in 2013 by passing AB 1266 that allowed students in California public schools to choose the bathroom, shower and locker room that corresponds to the gender they identify with even if that is different from their biological sex. But that law was put on hold as opponents gathered almost 620,000 voter signatures for a referendum to allow voters to vote on the controversial new law. The matter is currently in court following voter officials rejecting more than one in five signatures to keep the measure off of the November 2014 ballot.


"California voters may have two chances to vote against co-ed bathrooms in 2016" said Karen England, a Privacy For All spokesperson. "We hope to wrap up the court battle over the AB 1266 referendum and place that on the ballot, but we also expect to have this new initiative before the voters at the same time."


If the voters vote to overturn AB 1266, the new initiative would still be needed to assure privacy in California bathrooms. AB 1266 applied only to facilities at public schools, where the new initiative applies to all government buildings including schools. 


The Personal Privacy Protection Act also protects private businesses that may feel pressured to separate their bathrooms by gender identity as opposed to gender reality in order to avoid threatened lawsuits.


Proponents of the new initiative need to gather 365,880 signatures of California voters to place the measure before voters. 



Letter from a Nevada studentsupporting Student's Privacy 

Dear Assemblyman:


I am a student at in Las Vegas I would like to thank you for all that you do for our wonderful state!


I am emailing you today even though we have already spoken because I need you to know how important ab375 is to me, and many other students. It's a very important topic for me, and I have recently been discussing it with many students at my school. While of course I have met students who would like to have co-ed restrooms and locker rooms, it seems that the majority of the students I have spoken to about the issue are completely mortified by the idea of co-ed facilities, and 

so am I.  


Many people are harassing me, calling me names, and being extremely disrespectful to my beliefs on this subject, but that will not stop me from fighting for my privacy and my safety. I do not want to attend a high school where I am afraid of using the restroom. People say that because of this I must be "afraid" of transgender students. That is not the case. I am afraid that I will walk into a restroom full of a group of older boys and they will abuse, bully, or sexually harass me. You are a father, and I believe that you will understand the scenario I am about to present. Imagine your daughter being forced to change into her swim uniform, or her volleyball uniform, or her softball uniform in front of a group of extremely immature boys. How would you feel? I know my dad, and grandfathers are all outraged that they are even considering that, but I am just scared.


When we discussed this it seemed like you agreed with the policy, but worried about the politics. I would like to remind you that it is never the wrong time to do the right thing. Please keep that in mind. Please do not let me be afraid to go to the restroom at school. Please protect ALL students right to privacy, and safety. PLEASE say yes to AB375.


Thank you.


Privacy for All | 660 J Street | Suite 250 | Roseville | CA | 95814



A recent Harvard study revealed what many of us have been feeling – millennials are starting to feel the effects of bad policies on our generation. We produced a video with some of the important findings from these recent studies that we believe others need to know. Will you help us by passing it along?

This is a video created entirely by college students to help wake up our generation.

I wanted to share this with you and ask that you send it to as many people as possible through your networks, email, facebook and twitter.

Thanks for helping us bring about real change at a time when our nation desperately needs the next generation to engage.


Audrea Taylor

President, im2moro



Your North County Conservatives hold their fourth Tuesday of the month meetings at Mike's BBQ at 1356 West Valley Parkway. Mike's BBQ is located in the Staples Center west of the I-15 freeway (go to for directions, menu, etc.). We at NCC feel that each meeting is important, so please come prepared to learn how YOU can get involved in "Making America Great Again."

Your North County Conservatives next general meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. In addition to our guest speaker(s), representatives from the offices of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, Congressman Duncan Hunter, Jr. and State Senator Mark Wyland may be with us and available to answer questions.




Many Changes to California Voter Laws in 2015

By Janie Costa |

Procedure for ballot initiatives, voting, and registering to vote in California elections, has changed with the onslaught of new bills signed into law in 2015.

Previously, for ballots to be counted, they must have arrived to either a polling place or the designated County elections office by close on Election Day. Essentially, ballots mailed on election day were not counted, per the law, had they not arrived to the elections officeRead the full story

Padilla has long to-do list as California's election boss

By Jim Miller | The Sacramento Bee

When he is sworn in Monday as California secretary of state, Alex Padilla, a former two-term state senator and possible candidate for higher office, will assume one of the most-maligned posts in state government.

The secretary of state's campaign-finance disclosure system is old and confusing, businesses complain about filing delays and a federally required computerized voter registration list is years behind schedule, contributing to a national survey recently ranking California second-to-last in election administration. Read the full story

Secretary of State Launches #BoostTheVote Brainstorm

By Matt Williams |

Secretary of State Alex Padilla is calling on the public to share their ideas for increasing voter participation, using the hashtag #BoostTheVote.

"The turnout in last November's election was a historic low for California. We can do better. That's why I'm asking for your help," Padilla said in a video released Wednesday. Turnout for registered voters was just 18 percent. Typically, turnout reaches into the 30s or 40sRead the full story

Smith: Tehama County tops state in voting accuracy

By Michael Smith | Daily News Letters

Tehama County is one of the top two counties in our state to cast a lawful ballot and for that ballot to be accurately counted.

Election Integrity Project is a corporation that has as its mission that, “Every lawfully cast vote is accurately counted. Read the full story

731 Pennsylvania voters may have cast 2 ballots or voted elsewhere, secretary of state says

By Brad Bumsted and Aaron Aupperlee |

More than 700 Pennsylvania voters might have cast two ballots in recent elections, the secretary of State said Thursday.

The figures show "there's potential voter fraud in Pennsylvania," said Carol Aichele, who added she is powerless to investigate or prosecute double voters. Read the full story

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Overruled: Government Invasion of your Parental Rights

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Parental Rights to Return to Supreme Court?

-- July 1, 2015

It’s a dilemma faced by too many already: What do you do when a social worker and a deputy stand at your door and tell you, “Let us in to look around, or we will remove your child(ren)?” According to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the ultimatum does not constitute coercion. If you let them in your house, you have done so willingly and waived your Fourth Amendment rights in the process.

The Supreme Court of Illinois, which in the 1970’s declared that “the termination of parental rights is the ‘death sentence’ of the family courts,” might strongly disagree. So do our allies at the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), which is why they are appealing the ruling to the United States Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court reviews hundreds of cases every year for appeal and only selects to hear a few of those, so there is no guarantee that Loudermilk v. Arpaio will be heard. HSLDA, however, filed a petition for writ of certiorari last week seeking the Court’s attention.

“The Loudermilk case is key because the Supreme Court has never ruled that state social services employees cannot use a threat to remove children to coerce entry,” HSLDA said in a statement. But such a threat seems to be a standard technique used to separate scared and confused parents from their children without a warrant or imminent danger.


The case began in 2006 with an anonymous tip to Arizona Social Services. Two months after the call came in, a social services worker and several deputies arrived at the home of John and Tiffany Loudermilk, where the social services worker issued the ultimatum.

While it is hard to reconcile that two month delay to any claim of imminent danger to the children, nevertheless the social services worker began writing up the paper work while the Loudermilks wrestled with their decision. Finally, afraid of the trauma that removal would cause to their children, John and Tiffany permitted the search.

Deputies and the social worker conducted their search, found that the anonymous tip had been unwarranted, and left the home.

Traumatized by their experience, the Loudermilks chose to sue in order to stop the injustice from happening to so many others. When the trial court agreed that the case against the social services worker and the deputies could go to trial, the deputies appealed to the U.S. Ninth Circuit, who granted them immunity.

You read that right: immunity for the people who invaded the Loudermilk’s home without warrant or imminent threat, yet under color of law.

HSLDA is dedicated to seeing the decision overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court if possible, to protect the Fourth Amendment rights of all parents.

What Can We Do?

The fledgling Parental Rights Foundation is working toward being able to take up cases like these to further your parental rights. You can make a tax-deductible donation to the Foundation here.

Of course, HSLDA is already working on such cases when they involve home schooling or often a home schooling family. You can visit their page on this case (and donate to them if you wish) through this link.

Other Updates

Last week we challenged you to help us reach 70,000 Facebook page likes in response to the email. On the day the email went out we added 649 new followers, and a total of over 1,000 through Monday – meaning we reached our goal with 70,249! Thank you and congratulations on this excellent work!

Now we’d like to ask you to keep it up. Please continue to share our page with a few key Facebook friends and encourage them to follow us for updates on your parental rights issues.

Also, please remember that July 20-26 is National Parental Rights Week. Continue to work out your family’s plan to secure at least one petition sheet – 16 signatures – in support of the Parental Rights Amendment. You can print out the petition sheethere.

Thank you for standing with us in all these many ways as we work to protect our children and families by adopting the Parental Rights Amendment.

And Happy Independence Day from all of us at!


Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research

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