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News from Yreka Tea Party Patriots


Hi Everyone…

The tea party learned at one of our previous meetings that about one in 10 children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday!! 

Come to Tuesday’s meeting

Learn What You Can do to Stop Child Sexual Abuse!!

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, May 9th

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka


Carla Charraga

Deputy Director Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center

  • Nearly 70% of all reported sexual assaults (including adults on adults) occur to children aged 17 and under.

  • This year there will be about 400,000 babies born in the U.S. that will become victims of child sexual abuse.

                Everyone attending will receive a  workbook and a certificate

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with like minded people.

 Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

 Action Alert

Important CA legislation that will affect your Medicare 

Just in case you were not aware of CA SB 562  called “Healthy California ACT, (Universal Health Care, One party payer) See attached bill.

This bill affects every ones health care/insurance in CA even Medicare!! Please, especially note the part about not being able to use any provider outside of CA.  Guess we will all have to go to Redding if we need to see a specialist.  This is Obama care on steroids!!

This bill will cover everyone who resides in CA!!!! 

Currently the bill is in appropriations after passing in the Senate Health Committee on 4/17/2017.  According to Senator Gaines’ office, it has until May 26th to make it to the Senate for a vote or it dies.

Please see the following information I received from Dave Meurer from Senator Gaines’ office regarding the status of this bill:  “Assembly members Bonta and Gomez  are Principal Coauthors of SB 562.  So there are already Assembly members in support of the bill.  If it passes the Senate, it would then be referred to the Assembly for their consideration.  It does not look like the Assembly is already moving on its own single payer bill.”

Senator Gaines and Assemblyman Dahle are against this bill as well as the other Republican legislators.   Dave Meurer recommended that we send emails, faxes and make calls to Governor Brown asking him to veto the bill.  If you have friends and family in other parts of the State ask them to do the same.

 I see more and more of our liberties going down the toilet every day.  “Citizens for Fair Representation” is the only action we have left to save our liberties in California as our representatives are irrelevant and impotent because they are so out numbered.

 Please  forward this information on to your democrat friends and family as they may not be happy with Medicare being included in this bill. Maybe they can pressure their Dem representatives to stop this bill in Appropriations.

Yet another reason to Make SOJ51 happen.  Donate to the legal fund ….as if your life depends on it……SOJ51.org

To contact Gov. Brown…916-445-2841  www.gov.ca.gov  fax:916-558-3160

Jefferson Update

 Big Jefferson Rally in Sacramento

Wednesday, May 31st.

We are securing a bus which can seat 55 people….the cost will be approx. $35  The bus can pick us all up in Yreka…if interested,let Louise (842-5443)  know asap. Detail will come later.  Don’t miss out in this fun historical event.


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Some Northern California Residents File Suit Against State Gov’t, Say They’re Not Fairly Represented


FOX 40 News

Andy White and his dad drove down to the state Capitol from far Sierra County on Monday to talk to their state senator. Instead, they met an aid.

The men are not surprised. They say they get that a lot — no response to phone calls or emails.

“We’ve sent quite a few, and we’ve come to the point where we had to file a lawsuit against the state of California,” said Sierra County resident Andy White.

Along with Californians from 21 other northern, rural counties, the men have sued claiming they are not fairly represented in the state’s government. Eleven of those counties are represented by one senator. Los Angeles County alone is represented by 11 senators.

“The legislation being passed down here, it’s run amok. It’s run amok. It’s a one-sided deal,” White said.

But what these men really want isn’t better representation in the state of California, they want to leave California and form a new state — the state of Jefferson.

“Okay, well, the state of Jefferson is very simple. California is too big to be governed. It’s just too big,” White said.

New gas taxes, new cigarette taxes, transgender bathroom law — these separatists say what may be a good idea for metropolitan California, doesn’t work in the northern counties. So they want to form their own state, and the lawsuit is likely part of their strategy.

“We want to add a star to the flag,” White said.

And if they can get the courts to agree that they are under represented now… the idea of the state of Jefferson will get that much closer to the main stream.

Some Northern California Residents File Suit Against State Gov’t, Say They’re Not Fairly Represented

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Citizens File Lawsuit Against State of California


May 3, 2017

Citizens for Fair Representation (CFR) will file a lawsuit against the State of California for lack of representation and dilution of vote. CFR represents citizens from 21 rural counties in the northern area of the State. A long list of plaintiffs have joined CFR in the lawsuit, representing a diversity of cultures, ages, races and political philosophy.

Over the last 3 years, most of these plaintiffs have petitioned the California State Legislature and Secretary of State seeking equal/fair representation, Tens of thousands of letters, phone calls and emails have gone out to their elected representatives, requesting they introduce a Bill or Resolution, creating a more representative balance in both legislative chambers. The plaintiffs have personally visited individual legislative offices, but plaintiffs claim that all requests have gone ignored, leaving them no choice but to now enter the legal process.

Currently, California’s population is just under 40 million, represented by 40 State Senators and 80 Assembly members. The same number of elected representatives that in 1862 represented 416,640 people.

Prior to 1964, just about every County was represented by one State Senator. Today a California State Senator represents an average of 1 million people, with each assembly member, representing 500,000. Currently, 11 northern rural counties have one Senator whose vote is diluted by 15 senators representing the single County of Los Angeles.

California’s imbalance of representation ranks the worst on the list of 50 States. The small state of New Hampshire has 400 in their State House of Representatives, with one representative for less than 4,000 people. There are 24 State Senators, or 1 for every 55,000 citizens. New Hampshire’s ratio of balance closely models the representation that CFR is seeking to accomplish. If CFR is successful, this would be history in the making, not only for their 21 counties, but all of California’s 58 counties and those in other states.

Claimants state, “California’s refusal to increase its levels of representation to reflect its exponential population growth is both arbitrary and unconstitutional. “

The case, Citizens for Fair Representation vs Secretary of State Alex Padilla, will be filed on May 8th, in the United States District Court, Eastern District of California, Sacramento Division. Citizens for Fair Representation is a 501(C)(4), a non profit corporation.

# # # Attention News Editors: For interviews or more information, please call Mark Baird, 530-227-6729, Terry Rapoza, 530-246-9706.

Terry Gherardi, CfFR Public Information Officer – 530-677-4294

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Jefferson article is in The Westerner


The Westerner

Far-Fetched As They Might Seem, Secession Movements Are Thriving In The NW

 March 24, 2017

Back in 1941, a group of ranchers, miners and loggers near the Oregon-California border staged a small political rebellion. They elected their own governor, selected a state capital and changed the state line signs to welcome travelers to the State of Jefferson. The Yreka Rebellion was mostly a public relations stunt, and it died quickly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. But that Northwest spirit of wanting to break away lives on. “It doesn’t matter what we think about anything,” said Mark Baird, the spokesman for today’s State of Jefferson movement, an attempt by people in 21 Northern California counties to form their own state.

“We can’t get representation on any issues. This is the only way for us to actually have our votes matter and our voices heard.” Baird’s group bills itself as the spiritual children of the Yreka Rebellion, but the Pacific Northwest is actually home to at least four different ongoing secession or breakaway movements. One overarching State of Jeffersonian theme connects them: a sense of disenfranchisement. Baird notes that his state senator represents 11 counties, while Los Angeles County has 11 senators.

“This is not a partisan issue. It’s just fundamentally unfair,” he said. Across the state line in Oregon, rancher Ken Parsons has a similar complaint: “Urban areas dominate rural areas.” For several years now, the La Grande farmer been pushing legislators and civic leaders in Eastern Oregon — and to a lesser extent, Washington — to join Idaho instead…more


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Update on State of Jefferson —


Mark Baird, spokesman for the State of Jefferson movement, will be sharing information on the “lack of representation” lawsuit with the Siskiyou Co. Supervisors at their meeting on March 21, 2017. Time is 10 a.m.

Attend if you would like to know where the lawsuit stands and what the next step is likely to be.

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Why Jefferson? Explained —

51st State proposals, JEFFERSON DECLARATION

 So God Made Jefferson

So God Made Jefferson – YouTube

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Video on why we need to become the 51st state in USA



The Time Has Come for 51

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State of Jefferson: Opinion by Sally Rapoza


Is History repeating itself?

Dec. 1, 2016

There has been much media coverage of the recent  CalExit/Yes California movement to secede and make California a new country.  People may scoff at the idea but this movement is backed by big money and some heavy hitters-(see the article in the ShastaLantern.net  https://shastalantern.net/2016/11/the-hidden-danger-of-calexit/ )

We who have been advocating an Article 4 Section 3 Constitutional State split want to make it perfectly clear that what we are doing is vastly different than the CalExit effort.   First, and most importantly WE DO NOT WANT TO LEAVE THE UNION.  We want to ADD a star to our flag, not take one away!  We love our country and want to return to Constitutional principles.

So, is history repeating itself?  When Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy in 1861,  West Virginia chose to remain with the Union.  Why? The slave-holding plantation owners in the eastern part of Virginia dominated the state’s economy and politics, leaving the self-sufficient farmers who lived in the rugged western counties, where slavery was far less prevalent, feeling ignored. Virginia joined the Confederacy, but the western part of the state remained loyal to the Union and began the process of separation.

Those of us that live in the 21 Northern California counties  also feel ignored, unrepresented and taken for granted.

16 of the 21 counties in the north state voted against  Criminal Release Prop. 57 which passed statewide with 63% of the vote.

20 of the 21 counties in Jefferson voted against  Prop. 63 the Gun Control measure.  It passed statewide with 63% of the vote.

13 of the 21 counties voted against legalizing marijuana, Prop. 64 which passed statewide with 56% of the vote.

19 of the 21 Jefferson counties voted for Trump, but all 55 Electoral votes went to Clinton.  In fact, 26 of the 58 counties in California were not represented in this election.

Those of us who live here in the north state have many differences with our brothers in the south.  We want to have control over our borders.  We want to have Voter ID.  We want to keep our 2nd Amendment Rights.  We want to be able to wisely utilize our natural resources.  We want to educate our children on a more local level.  We want our Constitutional State Sovereignty back.

The CalExit group is throwing a tantrum over the election of Donald Trump-but it is much more than that.  Let us remember our history so that we do not repeat the same mistakes.

Sally Rapoza


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Election shows need for state of Jefferson


Now that the election is over — in our favor! — the SOJ movement is full steam ahead.  Get on board and hang on!

Nov. 10, 2016

18 of the 21 counties in Jefferson voted for Trump, yet all 55 Electoal votes went to Clinton. The same thing happened in Oregon.Time Has Come For 51!

There was much angst about the presidential candidates and who to vote for in this election.

Looking at the post-election map of California, it was obvious that if you are a Donald Trump supporter, your vote didn’t count. Why? California has 55 electoral votes and is a winner- take-all-state. Because California is solidly “blue,” the campaigns come to California for fundraising, but not for the voters. Our state is taken for granted by the Democratic Party. There was no fanfare on election night over our 55 electoral votes — the most of any state!

However, closer inspection of maps that show how individual counties voted in California shows another side of the story. Most of the counties in Northern California (19) went to Trump — but our votes were not recognized.

Forming the state of Jefferson would go a long way toward making our voice heard in the North State. Jefferson would probably have five electoral votes — more than the “battleground” state of New Hampshire and the same as Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Nebraska and West Virginia. That means we would actually have to be “courted” by the candidates.

The elected officials of Jefferson will determine when we have our own primary elections — preferably not in June, when the candidates have already been determined.

Jefferson will elect our own governor.

Jefferson will send our own selection of two senators to Congress. In this election, we had the “choice” to vote for two Democrats for the Senate — some choice.

Jefferson will have proper representation based on the federal model in the state Legislature.

Jefferson will be a Second Amendment state.

Jefferson will have voter ID requirements.

If you really want your vote to count, there is one way to accomplish this — the state of Jefferson.

The time has come for 51.

Sally Rapoza lives in Redding.

2nd Jefferson Assembly Policy Statement

Learn much more from these recent videos —

Bind Government NOT People!

Begin-22:18  https://youtu.be/mBYC4K6Gpfw

Jefferson-Open for Business!

22:18-24:13  https://youtu.be/YVYFDuaTfBw

Executive Branch

24:13-27:14  https://youtu.be/E4doJgVQY7g

Agencies, Education and Departments Defined

27:14-32:32  https://youtu.be/KZRGRdAgyck

Office of Constitutional Review and Compliance

32:32-34:51  https://youtu.be/SzBXw8HSNB0

Department of Justice and the Militia

34:56-42:06  https://youtu.be/l4dHt0-YWro

Jefferson Contract

42:06-end  https://youtu.be/ZbMd8Z4lxe4

Rally Sally

“Resistance to Tyranny

 is Obedience to God.”

The Time Has Come For 51!

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State of Jefferson — UPDATE: Supporters gather in Redding in push to form new state


Oct. 30, 2016

By Nathan Solis of the Redding Record Searchlight

Rain poured outside the Redding Senior Center on Sunday as over 300 State of Jefferson supporters met to discuss plans to form a new state.

It won’t be easy, reminded organizers, but forming the 51st state from Northern California must be done. Redding organizer Terry Rapoza said their movement to form a new state has nothing to do with Oregon.

“Our voices are not being heard,” said Win Carpenter, a Shasta County resident who claimed the movement will bring back a fair share of representation to residents of smaller counties.

Carpenter said he has called state representatives to discuss the movement’s goals and get the opinions of lawmakers.

“I have spoken to a lot of staffers, but never any of the representatives,” said Carpenter, 54, who quit his job as a property appraisor for the county to be part of the Jefferson movement.

The State of Jefferson movement have filed their declaration to form a state with the Secretary of the State. With Shasta County that brings the number to 15 counties as part of the movement. There are over 31,000 support signatures for the movement in Shasta County, according to organizers.

Nine county board of supervisors have signed the declaration in support of the State of Jefferson. Shasta County’s board of supervisors have not signed a declaration – they did not listen to a presentation from Jefferson supporters, but organizers said they will not be waiting for them.

It’s either form a state through the legal channels or sue. Organizers plan to file a lawsuit against the state of California by the end of this year to allow the formation of Jefferson, which would include 1.7 million residents according to Rapoza, who said this is an educated guess.

“That number could change. People are born that could change that,” said Rapoza.

Organizer Mark Baird discussed the movement’s legal actions — several Supreme Court decisions will lay out the basis for the State of Jefferson’s suit, including representation based on districts.

Baird said past decisions from the Supreme Court will be like “breadcrumbs” that will lead to the State of Jefferson’s formation.

Baird spoke close to two hours about the grassroots movement to form a state. He has been involved with the movement since 2013, when organizers received the approval from Siskiyou County supervisors.

Parallels with the conservative, national tea party movement can’t be avoided and organizers agree, but say the State of Jefferson is not limited to one political party.

The adopted green palette of the Jefferson movement was paired with camouflage print, black shirts and a few cowboy hats at Sunday’s assembly. Around lunch time over 200 were in attendance, but that number grew to 381 by the end of the day.

Like other political conventions the names of county representatives were read off and Baird reminded the audience they will not be popular if the movement gets its way.

“Everyone will hate you if you support the State of Jefferson,” Baird said. “But they said the same thing to Jesus Christ. It’s in the Gospel.”

Chaylen Scrivner, 34, said liberty is in short supply with state lawmakers and he wants the movement to succeed so his voice can be heard.

“Everyone has a say in the State of Jefferson movement,” said Scrivner, a heavy equipment mechanic who is employed by the state. When asked if he thinks his job will be jeopardized for supporting the movement he emphatically shook his head no.

Dianna Baird from Placer County joined the movement about three years ago, because of her frustration with the government overtaxing its citizens.

“The governor just wants to bleed us dry,” said Baird who is currently employed by Sacramento County. Now she is concerned with employee pensions. She has no relation to the speaker Mark Baird.

She is also fed up with the lack of focus from lawmakers to residents in smaller communities, like Shasta or Placer Counties.

Her husband, Steven Baird made an unsuccessful run for state Senate earlier this year.

Organizers hope the Supreme Court will be the ticket to Jefferson’s birth. They predict this happening in the next two years.

On stage Baird referenced Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky and angering a political system. He lamented the loss of liberty and in all the symbolism of the movement, Baird agreed it will be expensive, like paying employees or providing other services.

“It will be expensive,” Baird said. “But we’ll figure it out.”


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