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Recommendations for voting for judges Nov. 4, 2014

CA & OR, Elections

Most voters have almost no info on judges so this is very helpful.
Craig Huey put this guide together. He rates the judges on their history of following the law in their rulings (as opposed to making up law as they rule, which isn’t a judge’s job).

Judge Voter Guide: http://www.judgevoterguide.com/

Court Recommendations
Justices of the Supreme Court
Goodwin Liu NO
Kathryn Mickle Werdegar YES
Mariano-Florentino Cuellar NO

Asscociate Justice Court of Appeals
Vance Raye YES
Elena Duarte NO
Ronald Robie YES
William Murray YES
Andrea Hoch YES
Louis Mauro YES
Jonathan Renner NO

Also if there is no satisfactory candidate to vote for (like for governor!) you can leave it blank. (Perhaps it will send a message.)

I will be writing in the name of “TIM DONNELLY”  — Editor Liz Bowen

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Huge gold nugget found in Butte County 2014


Huge gold nugget found in Butte County 2014  with a metal detector !!!


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Mark Baird explains “Contract with Liberty”

Constitution, Liberty, Mark Baird, youtube videos

Mark Baird explains OUR “Contract with Liberty”


13 minutes of common sense. Can you handle it?

Please share this with your contacts. Educate them about what Liberty IS.

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Klamath Basin Crisis.org news 10-24-14

Klamath Basin Crisis.org

KBC News
Tulelake Irrigation District public meeting November 6, 6 p.m., Firehall, regarding mandatory water quality permits. Also to be discussed will be redistricting and voting for TID board members based on how many acres you farm.

Reasons for voting NO on Prop. 1 Water Bond on the Nov. 4, 2014 ballot, sent by manager of pienpolitics.com Liz Bowen. “The Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (AB1471), the Water Bond, is on the ballot this November for voter approval. Proponents want us to believe that it will ‘save’ water by building dams and reservoirs. It won’t. It is designed to remove dams, not create them. It supports wetlands restoration, not water storage.”

NRDC: Prop 1 is not earmarked for new dams, libusters 10/23/14
Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors voted to oppose Prop 1

VIDEO – Mark Baird from Siskiyou County, representing several Northern California counties, explains why this region needs to become the 51st state. He speaks of the Constitution, life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, defending the freedom our parents and ancestors fought for, and having a state government that represents the people rather than dictates to the people. A well-spent 13 minutes filmed and edited by Robert Exter. Posted to KBC 10/23/14.

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Republican groups in Siskiyou County say …


Vote NO on Nov. 4, 2014 on –

Prop. 1

Prop. 2

Prop. 45

Prop. 46

Prop. 47

Prop. 48

SISKIYOU CO. Measure M — NO to the corrupt Karuk Tribe’s illegal casino in Yreka


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Court sides with IRS in tea-party targeting scandal

Constitution, Federal gov & land grabs, Lawsuits

PNP Comment: More biased judging creating more tyranny. This is not abiding by the Constitution or Bill of Rights. Yep, pretty sad state of affairs! — Editor Liz Bowen

World Net Daily.com

Bush-appointed judge says ‘no harm done’

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/court-sides-with-irs-in-tea-party-targeting-scandal/#7x7ZOKyKQwCopqcz.99

A federal judge has sided with the Internal Revenue Service and dismissed lawsuits by tea-party groups seeking redress for the secret targeting of their applications for tax-exempt status, which the groups argued were intentionally delayed for political purposes.

The tea party organizations immediately announced they would appeal the decision by Washington, D.C., District Judge Reggie B. Walton, who was appointed by former President George W. Bush.

Walton ruled that two lawsuits by Texas-based True the Vote and Linchpins of Liberty, along with 41 other conservative groups, were moot because the IRS took steps to address the scandal and “publicly suspended its targeting scheme.”

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law & Justice, which filed the lawsuit on behalf of the tea party groups, said he plans to appeal the case.

“The decision by the court is disappointing. However, it does not deter our efforts to seek justice for our clients. We are reviewing the decision and plan to appeal,” Sekulow said in an emailed statement.

In its federal lawsuit, the ACLJ represents 41 organizations in 22 states. Of the 41 groups, 28 organizations received tax-exempt status after lengthy delays, seven are still pending, five withdrew applications because of frustration with the IRS process, and one had its file closed by the IRS after refusing to answer the unconstitutional requests for more information, Sekulow said.

“It’s a disappointing ruling because it basically leaves targets of bad behavior by the IRS without a remedy,” Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, told The Daily Signal.

Walton decided that because the organizations eventually won tax-exempt status, any wrongdoing they suffered had been remedied.

“We are stunned by today’s judgment,” said Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote. “The notion that the IRS can target Americans for years because of their political beliefs is reprehensible.”

Although the tea party groups argued there is no guarantee the IRS would not target conservative groups again, Walton ruled that the “prospect of future harm is speculative.”

Von Spakovsky, the Heritage legal fellow, told the Daily Signal that given the unapologetic behavior of Lois Lerner and other Obama cronies at the IRS, “and their total lack of remorse, I don’t think it’s ‘speculative’ that this could happen again in the future.”

Sekulow said previously that the IRS violated the groups’ constitutional rights to due process and equal protection with its secret targeting of their applications. The lawsuit was initially filed on May 20, 2013, with 25 plaintiffs. But more have come forward.

“The floodgates opened after we filed our initial lawsuit,” Sekulow said after the complaint was amended in June 2013 to reflect the additional groups. “We have been contacted by many additional organizations that have been unlawfully targeted by the IRS — revealing that this unconstitutional scheme was pervasive and damaging.”

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Someone’s Shooting Cattle On Northern Nevada’s Open Range

Agriculture, cattle

By: Ed PearceEmail

ELKO, NV – The pictures are disturbing: cattle bearing wounds, in many cases from bird shot.

As many as 65 cattle have been wounded this way in recent weeks. Left alive, in pain, in most cases, though ten died of their wounds or had to be put down.

The incidents range across a wide swath of northern Nevada. From the Martin Basin, north of Paradise Valley in Humboldt County, to Susie Creek near Elko to north of Wells. Other cases near Midas and Tuscarora date as far back three years.

Some incidents appear related to cut fences and damaged gates.
Some may have been drive-by shootings from ATV’s or other vehicles.

Similar circumstances in each case, but no hard evidence these incidents are related. But they all have something in common. They represent a sizeable loss to ranchers, all told, more than a quarter of a million dollars.

But beyond that:

“It’s cruel to do this to any animal,” says Nevada Department of Agriculture spokesman Bob Conrad. “This is horrific. Why somebody would do this we don’t know. It appears senseless and we hope we can catch the folks involved.”

It won’t be easy. These crimes are taking place, apparently unwitnessed on the open range. That’s why they’re asking for the public’s help.

“We’re calling upon anyone who is out in these areas, whether out recreating or on OTV’s, just happen to be visiting, hunting whatever the case, if you see something, report it.”

There could be a sizeable reward for someone doing that. The Nevada Cattlemen’s Association, the Farm Bureau and the Department of Agriculture have a standing offer of $1500 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of anyone violating NRS 206.150, killing or maiming livestock, a Class D felony. Through donations the reward continues to grow and currently sits at roughly $25,000.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Elko County Sheriff’s Office or the Nevada Department of Agriculture .

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Reasons for voting NO on Prop. 1 Water Bond

CA & OR, Elections

NO on Proposition 1 – The Water Bond

The Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (AB1471), the Water Bond, is on the ballot this November for voter approval. Proponents want us to believe that it will ‘save’ water by building dams and reservoirs. It won’t. It is designed to remove dams, not create them. It supports wetlands restoration, not water storage.

In the beginning, this bill called for the removal of four Klamath River dams. The language has been changed to make its intent less obvious, and the intent stands.

79732. (a) In protecting and restoring California rivers, lakes, streams, and watersheds, the purposes of this chapter are to:

(4) Protect and restore aquatic, wetland, and migratory bird ecosystems, including fish and wildlife corridors and the acquisition of water rights for instream flow.

(6) Remove barriers to fish passage.

That’s dam removal.

79736. Of the funds authorized by Section 79730, four hundred seventy-five million dollars ($475,000,000) shall be available to the Natural Resources Agency to support projects that fulfill the obligations of the State of California in complying with the terms of any of the following:

(e) Any intrastate or multiparty settlement agreement related to water acted upon or before December 31, 2013.

Those agreements include the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement that calls for the removal of four dams that today provide not only water storage and flood control, but clean hydroelectric power to over 70,000 homes. The dams also sustain a crucial fish hatchery.

Here is the text of Jerry Brown’s California Water Action Plan, which is where that $475,000,000 will be directed:

Page 11 Bullet 2:


Continue Restoration Efforts in the Klamath Basin

The Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Natural Resources Agency will continue to work with diverse stakeholders to implement the Klamath Basin restoration and settlement agreements. … The administration will work with Congress to secure the necessary federal authorizations for the agreements and secure the necessary funding for removal of four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River and funding for the necessary basin restoration.

Between the years 2000 and 2006 voters approved Propositions 12, 13, 40, 50 and 84 which all promised water protection of some sort. Each of those cost taxpayers double what they voted for, and they got nothing in return. The billions of dollars attached to those bonds were redirected to carry out various environmental groups’ objectives, as well as those of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW). Taxpayer monies have been used to help conservation organizations, such as The Nature Conservancy, acquire ranches and conservation easements to establish CDFW control over the rural economy. The results have been putting ranchers out of business and closing down access roads into mountainous areas.

In Chapter 6 of the Water Bond we learn that three hundred twenty-seven million five hundred thousand dollars ($327,500,000) will go to such conservancies. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy alone. The word ‘acquisition’ is used several times

Who has contributed to Prop 1? Corporate agriculture businesses are on the list.

One contributor in particular is Beverly Hills billionaire Stewart Resnick who owns Paramount Farms. He turned a dry-farm ranch into an irrigated property to grow pomegranates, pistachios, almonds and oranges.

He also controls the Kern Water Bank.

The Kern Water Bank, which is the nation’s largest underground water banking system, was once owned by the people of California. Now it’s a private company run by Resnick. The Department of Water Resources (DWR) built canals and pumps to connect the water bank to the state’s aqueduct system in order to move water from storage sites to farms and cities. It prioritized urban water supplies during droughts. In 1994 the state’s water plan was changed to serve the interests of agribusiness and developers.

The Resnicks are only one contributor in support of Prop 1, but they alone have plenty of practice in taking and selling resources. They own Fiji Water.

To read more about Resnick’s potential to make a lot of money controlling our water, and to find a record of other contributions he’s made, please see the article entitled: Water, Money, Taxes, Campaigns, and the Bond: The Resnick Farming Story.

It would be good for us to learn from our past mistakes.

Vote NO on Proposition 1.

– Thank you to Jean Gerard for sending this to us. — Editor Liz Bowen

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Fossil fuels rally planned for Thursday in Price


PNP comment: What a great idea! To be pro-active in educating the public. — Editor Liz Bowen

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 22 2014 10:40 p.m. MDT

Updated: 3 hours ago

PRICE — Organizers say they hope to draw as many as 10,000 people to a Thursday night rally that’s meant to educate the public about the benefits of continuing to develop Utah’s fossil fuel reserves.

“We want to see these bleachers absolutely packed full of people,” Karra Hillam said Wednesday while making last-minute preparations for Utah’s first Coal and Fossil Fuel Rally.

The primary purpose of the rally is help people better understand the energy industry, the processes it uses, and the economic benefits it provides for the region and the state, according to Hillam, who serves as the director of the South Eastern Utah Energy Producers Association.

The free event will also highlight “the possibility of thousands of lost jobs,” if the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continues to place more restrictive regulations on energy producers, Hillam said.

“We’ve been too quiet with the facts,” she said. “We’ve allowed people to come in and talk about scientific theories, but the facts are ultimately what people need to know and understand.”

Hillam has been helped by an army of volunteers and sponsors who put the rally together in seven weeks.

Joni Hackwell, a Carbon County native whose father worked as a coal miner and a rancher, wasn’t sure what the event would become when she agreed to help, but she quickly saw the value.

“It’s definitely got to go beyond this one event,” said Hackwell, who owns the Coldstone Creamery in Price.

Hackwell said she’s seen sales drop by as much as 20 percent when one of the area’s coal mines announces layoffs.

“It affects the whole community,” she said. “Those who still have a job worry if they could be laid off next. If there’s even a rumor (of layoffs), you see people putting their money in their pockets. They quit spending.”

Hillam pointed out that 43 percent of the jobs in Carbon County are tied to the energy industry, but she said the rally isn’t just for residents of Utah’s Castle Country.

“We are inviting everyone to come out and participate,” she said.

In addition to guest speakers and a live concert, the first 3,000 people through the gate for Thursday night’s rally will receive a free dinner. There are also a number of interactive activities for kids, including a haunted coal mine.

“Again, as they go through there, they will learn about things that actually happen in coal mines,” Hillam said. “Fossil fuels are here for a reason. They are here to enrich and bless our lives, when they are properly used.

“None of us are against the EPA and what they stand for,” Hillam continued. “We just need (regulation) to be done in a rational manner that doesn’t completely eliminate a town or a county.”

The Coal and Fossil Fuel Rally begins at 5 p.m. at the Carbon County Fairgrounds in Price. More information found on the website for the South Eastern Utah Energy Producers Association.


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Support Del Norte Co. Sheriff

Elections, Sheriffs

PNP comment: I know Del Norte County Sheriff Dean Wilson. He is a strong Constitutional Sheriff. Please go to the the newspaper and vote for Sheriff Wilson. He and Siskiyou  Co. Sheriff Jon Lopey stand together on many issues. Thank you. — Editor Liz Bowen

PLEASE help!

Sheriff Dean Wilson is in a close race against his far-left backed opponent Eric Apperson.
In a very unusual move, the left-leaning local newspaper is conducting a poll of potential voters to determine the election results one week ahead of the election. Apperson’s supporters have mounted a massive social media [Face Book, twitter, etc.] to skew the results of the poll.

Please go to www.triplicate.com

and support Dean Wilson for reelection. Click on the first selection, “Satisfied, want to keep Wilson”.

All 12 Northern California county sheriffs have endorsed Sheriff Wilson for reelection – They have voiced their fears of what might happen if the liberal-leftist-progressive-socialist forces elect “their” candidate. If the “choose Apperson” crowd can overwhelm the poll, they will publish ads creating a herd mentality bandwagon and disheartening Wilson supporters so they will not go to the polls.

PLEASE take the few moments necessary to cast your vote!
Thank you.
Aaron Funk, a Dean Wilson supporter

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”
—Edmund Burke

Aaron Funk
Kamp Klamath RV Park and Campground
P.O. Box 99/1661 West Klamath Beach Blvd.
Klamath, California 95548
TEL 707-482-0227
FAX 707-482-0147

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