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)
"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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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.
Two and a half weeks ago, Privacy For All Students submitted more than
620,000 signatures to the various counties for the referendum to overturn the
co-ed bathroom bill.
It is expected that the 115,000 margin will be whittled down. In some
cases this is legitimate. Inevitably some signers are not registered to vote or
may have moved without changing their registration. But in other cases, it
appears that by system design or acts of individuals, our signatures are now
PFAS was created to fight for the privacy and safety of all public school
students. And now we must turn to the task of fighting to assure that each
valid signature submitted will be counted.
We will update you on the details of these battles very soon. Right now
attorneys are looking at the best way to assure that each valid signature is
counted. If you are able to help in covering the legal costs, please donate today.
Supporters of the co-ed bathroom bill appeared to be shocked by the number
of signatures presented. After all, they had reported that our signature
gathering effort was not doing very well. Their response was to ramp up their
accusations that the referendum organizers and supporters are motivated by
Think about that for a moment. The mother that says that she is
uncomfortable with a biological male sharing a locker room with her junior high
daughter could have no motivation for that discomfort other than hate? And that
junior high girl must be faking her embarrassment to hide her hatred?
No. Simply put, modesty is not hate.
We can and should have compassion for those that are uncomfortable in
traditional sex separated bathrooms. But our compassion for them should not be
abused. They must also show compassion for those that would be uncomfortable if
bathrooms and locker rooms were no longer sex separated. And we should all
condemn the tired tactic of accusing our ideological opponents of hate.
From PFAS to all of you that have worked so hard to qualify this
referendum, have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Will Your Kids Be Safe at
Boy Allowed in Girls' School Bathroom: Victims
contribution to Privacy For All Students
NORTH COUNTY CONSERVATIVES TO HOLD NEXT MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2014. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ALL MEETINGS ARE HELD ON THE FOURTH TUESDAY OF THE MONTH.
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 http://mikesbbq.net/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."
YourNorth County Conservatives next general meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 2014. In addition to our guest speakers, representatives from the offices of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, Congressman Duncan Hunter, Jr. and State Senator Mark Wyland will be with us and
available to answer questions.
“In a state with no voter ID, it is most
concerning to find a lack of compliance with the basic voter check-in law,” EIP
President Linda Paine said. “Our findings show that California voters
have virtually no protection from impersonation at the polls.”
Elections Code §14216 requires voters to announce their name and address out
loud, the clerk to repeat the name and address in a like manner, and the voters
to write their name and address in the roster-- each step a deterrent to voter
impersonation. Non-compliance with this law was the primary problem documented
by EIP observers. The following violations were documented:
no audible mention or repeat of voter name and address
clerks taking names and addresses off of slips of paper
clerks taking name and address information off of sample ballots
clerks offering the name or address to the voter
voter addresses pre-printed (rather than blank) in the check-in roster
“California’s check-in procedure is only
effective if the poll workers are in full compliance,” said Ellen Swensen, EIP’s
Chief Analyst. “This is critical because EIP is seeing thousands of
registrations in our counties’ voter rolls that we believe are illegitimate,
many indicating post-mortem voting or multiple votes by one person. Registrants
that have moved away, died or never existed are easy to
impersonate. Voter impersonation cancels out someone’s lawful vote and
that’s not acceptable.”
EIP’s efforts and its Poll Observer Report
stand in stark contrast to the State’s own Election
Day Observation Report. In a state with over 100,000 poll workers,
25,000 precincts and 13 million ballots cast, Secretary of State Debra Bowen
deployed only eight observers to seven counties and reported, “Only a few
problems were encountered by voters and poll workers on Election Day.” EIP’s
report consists of over 1,700 violations submitted by more than 450 of EIP’s
trained observers, reporting on over 650 precincts in 21 counties.
The Secretary of State has been in possession
of the EIP report since August 23. EIP had hoped to work together with the
Secretary to craft solutions to the problem, but a meeting October 29 with
Deputy Secretary of State Evan Goldberg and Chief Counsel Lowell Finley was
unproductive. After reading EIP’s report, Deputy Goldberg acknowledged that the
report shows legal violations but Counselor Lowell claimed that the Secretary
has no line authority over the conduct of county elections
officers. Both officials indicated that they have no plans to ensure
that the counties better comply with the election laws highlighted in the
report. However, EIP’s reading of Government
Code § 12172.5 shows that, as the chief elections officer of the state, “the
Secretary of State shall see that state election laws are enforced”. EIP is
awaiting a clarification from Counselor Finley on this point of
“We still hope to work with the Secretary to
ensure county compliance with California law in 2014 and beyond,” said Paine.
“Voters expect and deserve an election system they can have confidence in.”
To read EIP’s comprehensive
study, California Poll Observer Report for the November 6, 2012
Presidential Election, click
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a non-partisan citizen volunteer organization whose mission is to advocate for
fair and honest California elections. EIP conducts workshops across the state to
train poll observers in the election process consistent with state and federal
law and the peculiarities of each California county. To learn more, visit: www.electionintegrityproject.com
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December 10, 2013
Two Crucial Weeks for
In two weeks the world
(for the most part) will still for the Christmas holiday. The House and Senate
will be in recess, and families collectively will pause to think on bigger (and
much more pleasant) things than politics and parental rights. But between now
and then lie these two critical weeks, and there is much to be done.
week is the final week before the U.S. House goes on holiday recess, the
final week to convince your congressman to sign on as cosponsor of the Parental
Rights Amendment in 2013. Visit 4pra.us/House
to see if your lawmaker is one of the 65 who are already cosponsors. If not, you
can reach your congressman’s office through the Capitol Switchboard
(202-224-3121), or find his contact information by clicking on your state at parentalrights.org/States.
Ask him to contact Patrick Fleming in Rep. Mark Meadows’ office to sign on as a
cosponsor of HJRes. 50, the proposed Parental Rights Amendment.
also marks the return of the Senate from a two-week recess. They are expected to
be back in session at least through the 20th, during which time we will be
watching very closely for the next movement of the Convention on the Rights of
Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
This is also a crucial time for us
to call our senators and urge them to reject this treaty, which
causes such risk to parental rights and American sovereignty. You can reach your
senators through the Capitol Switchboard (202-224-3121) or find their direct
contact information by clicking on your state at ParentalRights.org/States.
this is also a critical time toregister
your showing of Overruled: Government Invasion of Your Parental
Rights. This 35-minute docudrama can get the discussion started
around parental rights, and can inform your family and friends of the growing
threat to our foundational family liberties. To see the step-by-step guide and
sign up your own showing, please visit ParentalRights.org/Overruled.
are all busy as we shift our attention toward the holidays - but before we get
there, let's take these simple steps to protect parental rights for future
generations. Thank you for standing with us throughout this year, and into the
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That was U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
speaking at the Detroit Economic Club last week about the need for congressional
We could not agree with him more.
there three years and I get beaten down every day," he said. "It's how
long can you maintain your enthusiasm to try to change
The lack of enthusiasm to bring about real change is not
only a powerful argument for term limits, it's also the central difference
between establishment Republicans and conservatives.
Ted Cruz (R-TX), Mike Lee (R-UT), Rand
Paul (R-KY), and Marco Rubio (R-FL) not only believe
in our principles, they believe they can be enacted if we fight for
That's not the case with
establishment Republicans. They publicly say they want to stop bad policies like
Obamacare and tax increases, but privately they say these things aren't
It's why Mitch McConnell (R-KY) gave up
on defunding Obamacare before the fight began. It's also why McConnell and other
Republicans have helped Democrats pass bailouts, more debt, and higher
The establishment starts every debate with the belief that winning
isn't possible and then willingly accept defeat. The problem with that is if we
don't fight the liberals, we are guaranteed to lose 100% of the
46 YEARS IN WASHINGTON?
U.S Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) announced
last week that he will seek a seventh term in the U.S. Senate.
include the years Cochran was in the House of Representatives, he's been in
Washington for 40 years. Now, he wants six more.
It probably won't
surprise you to learn that Thad Cochran has voted to:
Fund the implementation of Obamacare
Raise taxes on 80% of Mississippi families
Increase the debt limit ten different times
Bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Fund wasteful earmarks with billions of taxpayer dollars
Defeat term limits for members of Congress
Create the Medicare Part D entitlement program
Grant amnesty to illegal immigrants
Continue farm subsides for millionaires
Create the federal Department of Education
Expand federal education with No Child Left Behind
Defeat a plan to balance the budget in 10 years
This isn't the record of a conservative. It's
the record of a career politician who has lost the will to fight for our
nation's founding principles.
We think it's time for a change and it's why we're
supporting Chris McDaniel (R-MS) in the June 3 Republican
Chris McDaniel is a constitutional conservative who
will take a public and principled stand against the massive spending, bailouts,
and debt that are bankrupting our country.
Mitch McConnell and the
establishment don't like Chris McDaniel because he won't be easy to manage.
McDaniel believes winning is possible and he won't surrender to the liberals in
We don't have term limits for members of Congress yet, but we
have the ability to elect a new generation of leaders. We need to make sure
Republican voters in Mississippi know they have a choice this
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