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Democratic National Convention Schedule 2016 — a spoof!


Democrat Convention Schedule

Monday, July 25, 2016

11:15 AM

Free lunch, medical marijuana, and bus ride to the Convention

Forms distributed for Food Stamp enrollment.

1:30 PM

Group Voter Registration for Illegal Immigrants.

3:15 PM

Address on “Being the Real You”

Rachel Dolezal, former Head of the Seattle NAACP and

Caitlyn Jenner

4:30 PM

“How to Bank $200 Million as a

Public Servant and claim to be broke”

Hillary Clinton

4:45 PM

How to have a successful career

Without ever having a job, and

Still avoid paying taxes!

A Seminar Moderated by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson

5:00 PM

Medals of Freedom presentation to

Army deserter Bo Bergdahl

For serving with Honor and Distinction

National Security Adviser Susan Rice

5:30 PM

Invitation-only Autograph Session

Souvenir photographs of Hillary and

Chelsea dodging Sniper Fire in Bosnia

6:30 PM

General vote on praising Baltimore rioters,

And on using the terminology

“Alternative Shoppers” instead of “Looters”

7:30 PM

Breakout session with Bill Clinton

For women on avoiding the upcoming draft

8:30 PM

The White House “Semantics Committee” Meeting

General vote on re-branding “Muslim Terrorism” as

“Random Acts of Islamic Over-Exuberance”

9:00 PM

“Liberal Bias in Media“ How we can make it work for you!

Tutorial sponsored by CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, PBS,

The Washington Post and the New York Times

With Guest Speaker, Brian Williams

9:15 PM

Tribute Film to the Brave Freedom Fighters

Still incarcerated at GITMO

Michael Moore

9:45 PM

Personal Finance Seminar –

“Businesses Don’t Create Jobs”

Hillary Clinton

11:00 PM

Short film, “Setting Up Your Own Illegal

Email Server While Serving in A

Cabinet Post and How to Pretend

It’s No Big Deal”

Hosted by Hillary Clinton

11:30 PM

Official Nomination of Hillary

Bill Maher and Chris Matthews




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Siskiyou Co: Taylor Creek Bridge near Cecilville to be repaired

Forestry & USFS

May 27, 2016

CECILVILLE, CA. – The US Forest Service announced plans to repair the Salmon-Taylor Bridge over Taylor Creek, near the community of Cecilville.  The bridge is on Taylor Creek Road, 0.1 mile from Cecilville Road (Forest Route 93), within the Klamath National Forest. Bridge repair will begin Monday, June 20, and is expected to last five days. No vehicle traffic over the bridge will be possible until the repair is complete. A pedestrian bridge will be available at the site. Taylor Creek Road provides access to the Poison Trailhead into the Trinity Alps Wilderness. Please contact Public Affairs Officer Ian Shackleford with any questions or concerns at 530-841-4485.

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House Passes Legislation Including LaMalfa Water Supply Provisions

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA
PNP comment: Wow, this is great news. Way to go Congressman LaMalfa! — Editor Liz Bowen


Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) supported an amendment to include the entirety of the House’s California drought relief bill (HR 2898) in a Senate bill, forcing any House-Senate conference committee on the Senate measure to consider the drought bill. The amendment, which passed on a 241-178 vote and sends the bill back to the Senate, includes both short- and long-term reforms to protect and enhance North State water rights, fast-track Sites Reservoir, and improve water management during winter storms to retain as much water as possible.

“This measure contains the strongest possible protections for Northern California’s water rights, accelerates storage projects like Sites Reservoir, and ensures that more water is stored during winter storms, when flows are highest,” said LaMalfa. “Passing this today ensures that it is considered in a conference committee and that our Senators can no longer refuse to take action on a crisis that threatens our state’s economy.”


The vote was only the latest in California Republican efforts to address California’s water supply issues. While California Republicans in the House have repeatedly sent legislation to the Senate, California’s Senators have refused to consider the proposals and failed to pass their own. Including the language in a measure the Senate strongly supports ensures that California’s senators are forced to consider it.


Video of LaMalfa’s comments on the amendment may be found at the following link: https://youtu.be/rCY8H1WweJo


Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.


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VA has declared thousands of living vets dead, stripped benefits in last five years

Veterans & soldiers

The Department of Veterans Affairs has mistakenly declared thousands of veterans to be deceased and canceled their benefits over the past five years, a new snafu to emerge at the embattled department.

The VA has made the error more than 4,000 times over a half-decade because of employee mistakes or erroneous cross-checking of data by the department’s computers, among other reasons, according to correspondence between the VA and the office of U.S. Rep. David Jolly (R., Fla.) reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. The VA changed its procedures to address the issue, but it isn’t yet clear whether the new system is effective.

“Although these types of cases represent a small number of beneficiaries in comparison to the millions of transactions completed each year in our administration of benefits, we sincerely regret the inconvenience caused by such errors and work to restore benefits as quickly as possible after any such error is brought to our attention,” a VA spokesman said in a statement.

It wasn’t immediately clear whether the latest data represented an increase in the error rate or what prompted the VA to tackle the problem.

Every year, about 400,000 veterans or others receiving VA benefits die and their awards are canceled, according to department statistics. Of the roughly two million veterans declared deceased in the past five years, 4,201 cases involved incorrect declarations that the VA eventually corrected before resuming payments to the still-living beneficiary.


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Ammon Bundy Considering Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Multnomah County

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs


by OPB |

May 24, 2016 5:26 p.m.

Ammon and Ryan Bundy are actively considering whether they should pursue a civil rights lawsuit against the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office for conditions at the county detention center.

In court documents released Tuesday, the leaders of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation give a list of conditions at the jail they said are violating their constitutional rights.

Among the complaints, the Bundys and several other occupiers — including Kenneth Medenbach, Pete Santilli, Jason Patrick, Blaine Cooper and Ryan Payne — said they should have more access to the jail’s law library, discovery materials, office supplies and religious underwear.

Sheriff’s office officials rejected many of those requests.

“Given that there is no viable agreement between the jail and defendants in this case, Ammon and Ryan Bundy are contemplating whether to seek relief in state court for civil rights violations or through [federal] Court via express modification of the pretrial detention provisions,” wrote Mike Arnold, lead counsel for Ammon Bundy.

Ammon Bundy, Feb. 24, 2016

Ammon Bundy, Feb. 24, 2016

Courtesy of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office

Arnold stated that the Malheur defendants are not being given an adequate chance to defend themselves because of the violations, and the harm is becoming “enhanced” as a Sept. 7 trial date approaches.

The Bundys and their co-defendants face a series of felonies for taking over the refuge near Burns, Oregon, for 41 days, including conspiracy to impede federal workers, weapons charges and damage of government property.

In Tuesday’s filing, Multnomah County did agree to give the defendants more than the standard six hours access to the law library on days when other inmates cancel their visits. According to Arnold, one inmate in particular — Medenbach — had been denied access to the library because of a miscommunication. Arnold said that issue has since been resolved.

Jail officials said they would also consider giving Santilli and the other inmates access to “a laptop, iPad or similar device to review audio and video recordings.”

“MCSO is willing to consider permitting inmates to have a solid-state device like an iPad, loaded with discovery including video, legal materials and a word-processing program to be made available to the person only in his cell,” jail officials responded to the request.

They noted there is a precedent for some inmates to have access to computers while being detained. In 2010, The Washington Times reported that the suspected conspirators behind the 9/11 attacks had access to laptops while being detained at Guantanamo Bay.

The Bundys also asked that the jail accommodate their religious practices.



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Siskiyou recommendations for voting in the California Primary Election on June 7, 2016


PNP comment: I am an elected member of the Siskiyou County Republican Central Committee. At our last meeting, we discussed the candidates and initiatives and approved these recommendations. — Editor Liz Bowen

Remember to vote in the California Primary Election on June 7th !!!

President:  Donald Trump

U.S. Senator:  Thomas G. Del Beccaro

U.S. Representative: Doug LaMalfa

State Senator:  Steven Baird

Siskiyou Co. Supervisor Dist. 1:  Brandon Criss

Siskiyou Co. Supervisor Dist 2: Lawrence Bell

Siskiyou Co. Supervisor District 4: Lisa McMurray Nixon

Measure S:  Yes

Measure T:  Yes

Measure U:  Yes

Measure R:  Yes


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Owyhee Canyonlands monument unnecessary and ignores local voices

Federal gov & land grabs

The Argus Observer

By Linda Bentz

My family has lived and worked in Southeast Oregon since the 1800s. We are people of the land and for the land. Our businesses have worked hand-in-hand with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon Department of State Lands to care for this land since the agencies were created.

With our intimate knowledge of the lands, we assist in reporting, locating and fighting rangeland fires and helping with search and rescues missions. Our goal for our own land and the public’s land is to maintain a healthy viable sagebrush ecosystem in the high desert of southeast Oregon.

Now, all of this may come to an end.

An outdoor clothing corporation and special interest groups have proclaimed 2.5 million acres in Southeast Oregon as “unprotected” in their campaign to pressure President Obama to turn the land into a monument.

To call this public land “unprotected” is like saying the land in downtown Portland has no zoning code.

The Owyhee Canyonlands along the Oregon-Idaho-Nevada border and the water and wildlife that run through it enjoy protections from more than seven layers of local, state and federal government and is actively managed by professional resource managers employed by the three state or federal agencies.

The protections include at least five federal acts (Taylor Grazing Act of 1934, National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968, Endangered Species Act of 1973, Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 and Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979) and three land-use plans (Federal Land Policy and Management Act, Southeastern Oregon Resource Management Plan of 2002 and Oregon Greater Sage-Grouse Approved Resource Management Plan of 2015).

When likely Oregon voters were told in a recent poll about the existing protections and plans in place for these lands, 61 percent said the Owyhee Canyonlands has enough protection.

This monument declaration doesn’t offer further protection. It’s more an act of exclusion.

Once a monument is declared, public lands become less accessible not more. It would restrict road maintenance and that would inhibit search and rescue and firefighting operations. It would also restrict ranchers’ ability to care for the land under their grazing permits, limiting our ability to maintain water sources and reservoirs that benefit all wildlife.



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Do not be deceived — Doug LaMalfa is the superior choice!

CORRUPTION, Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA, Elections, Erin Ryan

PNP comment:

I am so very pro-Doug LaMalfa that I can’t sing his praises loud enough.

He and his staff, namely Erin Ryan, busted the corruption in the Oakland Veterans Administration federal office like you can’t believe. They found over 14,000 applications for benefits that had been stored away, some for years, and exposed the corruption.

Also, Doug works closely with our Siskiyou County supervisors, our Dist. 5 Ray Haupt especially, on forest issues and was a major help in getting the Westside Fire Recovery Project to go through with the USFS to harvest 2014 burned trees from the Happy Camp and Scott River – Klamath River fires.

He also stands as a pillar against Klamath Dam removal. It was Erin and Doug who exposed the most recent group that was meeting secretly to try and get the dams destroyed.

Joe Montes was actually FOR taking the dams out, until someone (I know who) told him to take it off of his website.

Doug is a staunch supporter of Siskiyou County and our grass roots groups. He spoke at our 2016 March Scott Valley Protect Our Water meeting and Erin Ryan attends  every month. She has a field office open every 2nd Tuesday of the month in Yreka for people to talk to her. No other elected official at the state or federal level provides this kind of opportunities or communication.

Please vote for Doug LaMalfa for Congress!!!!!!!

— Editor Liz Bowen


SuperPAC Smearing Congressman Doug LaMalfa Continues to Break Federal Law

CHICO, CA–Restore America SuperPAC, the group supporting Joe Montes, continues to break federal election laws. The law requires a SuperPAC to report spending over $10,000 within 48 hours. To date it is estimated the SuperPac has spent $160,000 in “dark money” attacking Congressman LaMalfa and supporting Joe Montes. Already, TV and Radio stations have halted the broadcast of the illegal SuperPAC ads due to major financial disclosure violations, but they are now running again.

The SuperPAC has spent over $60,000 in TV and radio attack ads and last week sent an illegal attack mailer that also broke several election laws. Given the volume of mail sent, it is estimated that there was between $80,000-$100,000 of still undisclosed campaign spending.

“This Dark Money SuperPAC is violating the law and hiding its donors and expenses illegally. They were required to report spending within 48hrs,” said Dave Gilliard, LaMalfa Strategist. “This looks like part of a coordinated strategy between the Montes Campaign and the SuperPAC to funnel unlimited donations to fund their attack ads. “

Yesterday congressional candidate Joe Montes admitted on the Free Fire Radio program with Carl Bott that he had conversations with the person running the PAC. But he refused to disclose the name of the funder.

For months a local millionaire has been saying he will spend $200,000 to help Joe Montes. The person who is behind the money is widely believed to be Joe’s boss and landlord, making the whole relationship extremely suspicious and potentially illegal.

Federal election law prohibits Super Pacs from acting at the request of a candidate, sharing information with a candidate or engaging in substantial discussion with a candidate or his agents regarding the specifics of Super PAC communications, including their content, intended audience, and timing.

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Scott Valley Protect Our Water meets 5-26-16


Scott Valley Protect Our Water


Thursday, May 26, 2016

Fort Jones Community Center

Fort Jones, CA

7 p.m.

Updates on water and fire recovery issues

Erin Ryan, from Congressman Doug LaMalfa’s ofice

Preston Harris from Scott Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee

Ray Haupt, Siskiyou Co. Dist. 5 Supervisor

Richard Marshall, President Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

Mark Baird with an update on the State of Jefferson


Please bring a dessert to share as we eat before, during and after!

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URGENT: Even More Anti-Gun Bills Up For Vote

2nd Amendment rights


From Firearms Policy Coalition for California

By now, you’ve heard about the 10 anti-gun bills that were passed last week by the Senate… almost in secret.

But we can’t forget about the 5 anti-gun bills that are stuck on the Assembly Appropriations Committee’s suspense file. The suspense file is where bills are placed when there is an exorbitant cost associated with them.

And the deadline to pass bills off the suspense file is this Friday.

Meaning we need you to take action against the following bills ASAP:

AB 1663, which will BAN rifles ranging from modern ARs to the M1 carbine and the Mini-14;

AB 1664, which will BAN all firearms with a bullet button;

AB 1673, which will CRIMINALIZE the possession of unserialized firearms parts;

AB 1674, which will BAN buying more than one firearm within a 30 day period;

and AB 1695, which will send gun owners harassing mailers regarding the myriad of laws they have already complied with.



  1. Sign the petition to oppose ALL 5 ANTI-GUN BILLS

    2. Call the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Committee and ask that they “Hold ABs 1663, 1664, 1673, 1674, and 1695 on the suspense file!”

Asm. Frank Bigelow, Vice-Chair – 916-319-2005

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