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Great prime rib dinner last night!

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The fundraiser dinner sponsored by the Siskiyou Co. Water Users Assoc. was so good!  Grill Master Dave Tyler did an awesome job on the prime rib, Kathy Tyler and the ladies made three fabulous salads and the potato casserole was scrumptious! There was such a good turn out of about 200 people that they ran out of prime rib. Yep, bummer.

Richard Marshall, president of Siskiyou Water Users, kept the meeting rolling as MC.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa and his rep. Erin Ryan were there. Doug was ripping angry at Acting Deputy Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, Alan Mikkelsen, and he asked us to write letters — right there — to DOI Secretary Ryan Zinke asking him to support saving the four hydro-electric Klamath dams.

Mikkelsen was quoted in the Sacramento Bee last Monday, Oct. 9, 2017 that the BOR would not stand in the way of the non-profit groups and TRIBES that want the dams out. What???? His boss, Secretary Zinke, has been quoted saying that dams shouldn’t be destroyed — they should be built. So which is it?

Or has Mikkelsen made a deal with the Devil!!!

Congressman LaMalfa got us — the audience — on video proclaiming the dams must stay.

Then two different attorneys offered their suggestions on the situation. James Buchal and Larry Kogan have fought ESA and water battles for decades. Some ideas are a bit different.

The Silent Auction was a hit with lots to choose from.

Thank you to all who attended and support SAVING the KLAMATH DAMS !!!!

— Editor Liz Bowen

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The Financial Costs of the New California Marijuana Industry

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Starting January 1, 2018, California will have a new, multi-billion industry—legally.  Affected by this industry will be the cost of land, government revenues, employment, cost of warehouses, new government regulators, value of marijuana—legal and illegal.  This is a massive movement of effort.  Add to this the fact the State of California and the City of Los Angeles are individually discussing the formation of a State owned or city owned bank, mainly for the marijuana industry, changes in the California policy and financial landscape is upon us.

“The combined market for legal medical and adult cannabis use is projected to grow by compounded annual rate of 18.5 percent, from $2.76 billion in 2015 to $6.5 billion by 2020, according to a report co-produced by New Frontier Data and ARCVIEW Market Research. That’s not even figuring in revenue from real estate, technology development or the overall economic impact of the cannabis market.

In addition, cannabis commercial activities will add significant revenue to state and local government coffers from licensing fees and other taxes. The state charges a15 percent excise tax on cannabis sales and taxes cannabis cultivation at $148 per lb. for “flowers” (buds) and $44 per lb. for “leaves” (plant trimmings used to produce cannabinoid-based products, such as oil, edibles, bills and vapes.”

Regulations, hearings, uncertainty of the new law, all of this and more makes this a big investment.  Big upfront investments and a time lag for approvals in large cities.  This means smaller cities, like Coalinga and Hanford, could become pot centers while Los Angeles continues to discuss, the issue and hold interminable hearings.

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State of California Legislature from Republican Jeff Stone representing the 28th Senate District

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PNP comment: Yep, living in California has certainly become a challenge! — Editor Liz Bowen

Update today from Jeff Stone, Republican state senator on the further progressive destruction of CA:

Hello, my friends,

  Friday will be the end of this legislative year.  Here are some of the highlights of this session:

1 SB-1: increases your gas taxes by approximately 20 Cents (Nov 1) and your vehicle license fees by an average of $100 (Jan 1st).

  1. Passed Cap N Tax which will increase gas 0.63 to 0.93 cents a gallon change and the taxes that go with it.

  2. Proposed increase on a new tax every residence will pay for tap water in the State!

  3. A $3.46B parks bond to pay for parks in “disadvantaged communities”  meaning Los Angeles. We will get the crumbs.   

The debt service will be over $200 million a year. The good news is some money goes to help fix the Salton Sea which should have always been a State responsibility!

  1. Law to release any lifer (murder, rape, child molestation, etc) who is:

      A. 60 years old

    B. Already spent 25 years in prison!

Charles Manson qualifies today and the Melendez brothers that murdered their parents could be released in about 12 years?   What about victims?

  1. A new $10 charge on all residents living in a mobile home park to address living condition enforcement in those parks?Why does the left embrace these regressive taxes on the poor?

  2. We picked an official dinosaur of the State of California. Really ? Yes!

  3. Blackmailed Tesla to either unionize with the United Auto Workers Union or forfeit State incentives to buy their electric cars!   Just another Union Grab!

  4. Reduce from a felony to a misdemeanor the purposeful intent to transmit the AIDS virus to an unknowing partner.

  5. Give preferential treatment to prisoners convicted of serious crimes that are less than 25 years old because their brains are not mature enough to understand right from wrong.  Whaaat?  My DAD’s belt taught me right from wrong real early in my life!  If the brains of our kids don’t mature until 25, why do we allow them to vote?

  6. A bill to require our true sex be omitted from drivers licenses?Whaaat?

  7. Free legal services for illegal immigrants.

  8. Establish safe “injection zones” run by the government to oversee people injecting heroin!  You have to be kidding me? Yep, it passed!

    Enough good news for today.Back tomorrow with an update on our last minute legislative surprises.

    It’s an honor to represent you!


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EPA moves to repeal Obama’s Clean Power Plan coal regs

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PNP comment: Hooray !!! America can get back to work! — Editor Liz Bowen

Fox News.com

October 9, 2017

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced Monday that the Trump administration is moving to scrap the Clean Power Plan, the Obama administration’s signature regulatory program to curb emissions from coal-fired power plants.

Pruitt made the announcement at an event in Hazard, Ky., casting the previous policy as unfair.

“That rule really was about picking winners and losers,” Pruitt said. “The past administration was unapologetic, they were using every bit of power, authority to use the EPA to pick winners and losers on how we pick electricity in this country. That is wrong.”


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Attend this meeting to support Siskiyou Co. Supervisors in saving the Klamath dams

Agriculture - California, Federal gov & land grabs, KBRA or KHSA, Klamath River & Dams, KRRC - Klamath River Renewal Corp.

To all who are concerned:

The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors will be holding a special board meeting with the Executive Director and Vice President of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) and the Acting Deputy Commissioner for the Bureau of Reclamation, Alan Mikkelsen, to discuss the Klamath Dams.

The workshop will be held on October 10th

from 5:30 – 7:30 pm

in Winema Hall at the Siskiyou County Fairgrounds.

The purpose of the workshop is to have KRRC provide the public with an update regarding their September 2016 requests to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to take ownership and remove four dams on the Klamath River. KRRC will be providing information on their current and future activities and studies associated with their proposals, their work with state and federal agencies and other stakeholders, as well as discussing past meetings with Siskiyou County and their outreach throughout the County.

The Deputy Commissioner for Reclamation will be discussing Department of the Interior’s role in the Klamath Dams process and their outreach efforts within Siskiyou County. The Siskiyou County Supervisors will engage in discussion with KRRC and Reclamation regarding the current attempts at dam removal and Siskiyou County’s concerns and requests, there will also be time for public input and comment.

We are encouraging members of the public to attend this meeting as it will provide very important information related to the Klamath Dams and will be an opportunity to hear directly from the entity applying to own and decommission the dams, as well as hear from the Acting Deputy Commissioner for the Bureau of Reclamation who also serves as an advisor to Secretary Ryan Zinke. We look forward to seeing you on October 10th!

Elizabeth Nielsen

Natural Resources Policy Specialist

County of Siskiyou

1312 Fairlane

Yreka, CA 96097

o: (530) 842-8012

c: (530) 598-2776

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Bundy: Bunkerville Standoff: Judge Navarro Blinks!

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

I do wonder how the defendants will react to another delay, as they have already been detained for 21 months without a trial.

Redoubt News.com

October 6, 2017

By Shari Dovale

Today brought a full day of court hearings in the Bunkerville Standoff trial.

The Tier 1 defendants, considered the leaders of the Bunkerville Protest, were scheduled to begin jury selection on October 10th. Several motion hearings were scheduled for this week.

Then the Las Vegas shooting took place on October 1st.

The day began with Pete Santilli changing his plea to guilty for Felony Conspiracy for his role in the protest. He was released on his own recognizance with several stipulations to be followed before his scheduled sentencing on Jan 11, 2018. It is expected for Santilli to receive time-served plus probation. It was noted on the record that Santilli will not be testifying at the upcoming trial.

Ryan and Ammon Bundy have not been in the courtroom for their hearings. They have protested the mandatory strip searches performed by the Pahrump Detention Center. It was not much different today.

Judge Gloria Navarro finally seemed concerned this week that a resolution could not be found for this issue. Both defendants have made it clear that they want to attend the proceedings but were being singled out by guards at the prison for retaliatory action in the form of these strip searches.

Evidence was put forth that indicated the Pahrump Detention Center may be going too far with these particular defendants. Judge Navarro finally agreed that a change was appropriate and ordered the men to be moved to the Henderson Jail. The order included that the men were not to be stripped before leaving Pahrump. This order covered Ryan and Ammon Bundy, as well as Ryan Payne.

During the hearings today, Ryan Bundy was denied his right to represent himself. The judge felt that he was not making sense to the court, and could be getting some very bad advice from someone on his legal team.

Bundy’s assigned stand-by counsel, Angela Dows, requested, and was granted, a withdrawl from the case. A new attorney was assigned to represent Bundy, until it was determined that the scheduling conflicted would not allow him to accept the case. A new attorney will be found for Ryan next week.

For a short time, there was discussion on Ryan being moved to the third trial, so as to give a new attorney time to prepare for the case. AUSA Myhre objected to that and stated that Ryan knew the case and could get his attorney up to speed. This might have been possible if the attorney could have been secured.

It is also to be determined as to whether or not the attorney will be fully handling the case or whether it will be a stand-by attorney with Ryan defending himself. Despite the problems in the courtroom earlier, Judge Navarro made indications that she is open to reinstating Ryan if she felt he was competent.

Quite a lot of discussion ensued on whether to delay the trial, or even change the venue, due to the shooting event on October 1st.

A request was made to move the trial to Reno. This was denied by Judge Navarro.

Several delays, from 30-90 days, were requested and considered. Navarro agreed to a short delay and scheduled a status hearing on October 24th, with a new tentative trial date set on October 30th.

Todd Leventhal, attorney for Scott Drexler, stated in court that he had based his schedule on the original trial date and could not change his plans. He may not be available for a trial during the holidays. Watch for motions on this issue in the near future.

I do wonder how the defendants will react to another delay, as they have already been detained for 21 months without a trial.

It is understandable that Judge Navarro had no control over the issues requiring the delay, but neither did these defendants. They deserve more than the benefit of the doubt, at this point.

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Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on plans for Delta Tunnel scam

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Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on Plans for Delta Tunnel Scam

By Stephen Frank on Oct 05, 2017 08:50 pm

If built the Delta tunnel will cause our already high water rates to go up by a factor of 3.  Could you afford to live in California when that happens?  Do you want to pay that much money in exchange for water tunnels that do not create a single drop of new water—just moves water […]

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Fighting for the 1st Amendment in the Bunkerville Trial

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

This motion should be shared with every Legislator and elected official in the US.

Fighting for the 1st Amendment in the Bunkerville Trial

by Shari Dovale

Freedom of the Press has been a driving issue in the Bunkerville Standoff trials happening in Las Vegas.

Journalist Arrested For Defense of First AmendmentFrom the ‘First Amendment Zone’ to the incarceration of a media reporter, the government has made every attempt to keep the truth from the public.

Pete Santilli has been an independent internet journalist for a number of years, reporting on government over reach and wasteful spending.

Santilli was the only full-time news media that attended the Bunkerville Standoff. There were other news reporters, but not before most of them watched Pete’s reports on his YouTube channel.

The government has repeatedly shown contempt for the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. They continue on this lawless path by incarcerating a journalist for over 18 months on charges related to the First Amendment.

Santilli has been incarcerated since January 26, 2016, without bail, and without a speedy trial.

The prosecution filed a motion to keep the jury from hearing the majority of the facts in this case. They have asked Judge Gloria Navarro to keep the defendants from any chance of a defense argument, not allow them to discuss any events leading up to the protest in April 2014, or allow anyone to show the heavily-armed SWAT teams in a ‘negative’ light, and more.

This is not the first time the prosecution made this request. Indeed, this is the third trial for some of the defendants. We have seen, in the prior trials, that Judge Navarro was quite willing to grant every request of the prosecution, and deny all motions from the defense.

However, each defendant is entitled to file, on the record, their response to the government’s request. Sometimes the responses are solely to put points for appeal on the record, for possible use in event of conviction.

The argument shown to you below is a very well presented argument for the First Amendment and Freedom of the Press. It is important, not just to defendant Pete Santilli, but to every citizen in this country. This motion should be shared with every Legislator and elected official in the US. And it certainly needs to be brought to the attention of AG Sessions and President Trump.

See it at:


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California State DEBT: $1.5 Trillion !!!!

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California State DEBT: $1.5 TRILLION

By Stephen Frank on Sep 29, 2017 08:46 pm
“Even this may be understated. Using more conservative discount rates for the state’s pension systems, which many financial experts feel are more realistic than the systems’ own assumptions (even though these have been lowered somewhat in recent years), the unfunded pension liabilities alone have been estimated in the high hundreds of billions of dollars, and […]

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Bundy Trials: Bunkerville Standoff: Make This Case Go Away!

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

Redoubt News.com

September 28, 2017

By Shari Dovale

The pressure from the elected officials and the public have made a dramatic difference in the Bunkerville Standoff case. Plea deals are being offered for multiple defendants this week.

Rumors abound that the prosecution is acting as if they have been told to “make this case go away”. There have been offers of plea agreements given to several defendants, including Ryan Payne, Pete Santilli, Eric Parker and Scott Drexler. There have been NO reports of any acceptance of offers, but negotiations continue.

Speculation is also running on possible plea agreements for other defendants scheduled for trial later, including Mel and Dave Bundy.

Now is the time to double-down on the letters and phone calls! Keep up the pressure! Let AG Sessions know what a miscarriage of justice this case has become. It is working!

Cliven Bundy

Cliven Bundy, patriarch of the Bundy Family, had recently fired his attorney, Bret Whipple. Whipple did not complain as he had not received any payment for sometime, therefore had not done any recent work towards preparing for the upcoming trial. He filed a motion for an expedited hearing to be released from the case.

A hearing on Whipple’s motion was held on Wednesday. Cliven argued quite well that he was prepared to defend himself. He admitted that he may not be completely up on every point, but he felt ready to proceed and was not asking for any delay in the trial.

Magistrate Leen heard the motion and proceeded to argue with Bundy for nearly 45 minutes, pointing out all the obvious problems with defending himself. Bundy stood firm in his decision, however, Leen decided to deny Bundy his right to self-representation.

Leen has ordered Whipple to continue as Bundy’s attorney. Whipple asked for a sealed hearing to discuss the financial aspect of this order. We are told that Whipple argued that a 3-month trial with no payment could bankrupt him. Leen decided then to make Whipple a court-appointed attorney to Bundy so he will be paid from the same funds as the other attorneys.

Basically, the Magistrate has enslaved Whipple to this trial, not giving him any options for release, and she has also enslaved Bundy to Whipple, though they both admit to a breakdown in their attorney-client relationship.

Other highlights from the hearing include Bundy objecting repeatedly to the prosecutors even being present for this hearing, as he felt that they should have no say in his choice of counsel. Leen made note of his (multiple) objections on this point, but did not address it further.

Prosecutors originally attempted to indict Bundy, and his sons Ammon and Ryan, under the RICO Act, calling them an organized crime family. This strategy did not work out quite so well for them. AUSA Myhre has turned this case into a personal vendetta. You would think that Cliven ran off with his Christmas stocking.

Hearings in preparation for the upcoming trial will continue next week. Jury selection is scheduled for October 10th.

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