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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 12-16-14

TEA Party

Meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 16th,

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church

Corner of Main and Oberlin…1301 South Main St. Yreka

Movie: “The Hunger Games” part 1, Rated PG.

Christmas cookies and hot apple cider will be served.

Free…all are welcome

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 12-9-14

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots
Meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 9th,

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church
Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Video: “Militant Islam’s Treat to America”
By Brigitte Gabriel

Ms. Gabriel is one of the leading national security experts in the world providing information and analysis on the rise of Islamic terrorism. Ms. Gabriel lectures nationally and internationally about national security and current affairs.

Free…all are welcome
Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 12-2-14

Constitution, TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2-14

6:30 PM
Decision Life Church
Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Speaker: Patrick Wood
“Technocracy and the Trilateral Commission”

Do you wonder why the world is upside-down? Why the economy refuses to recover? Why Congress and the Legislative Branch have been neutered by President Obama and the Executive Branch? Why the tsunami of irrational environmental regulations are choking us at all levels of society? Why privacy has been totally destroyed by massive surveillance of private citizens?

Let me tell you why. A Trojan Horse has passed through the gates.

It’s called Technocracy, and it intends to replace everything we know and love with a totalitarian order that completely wipes out our Constitution, the Bill of Rights, our Republic form of government and the historic Rule of Law.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this great speaker. This is bigger than Agenda 21!! He will connect all the dots for you!

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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No meeting this week for Yreka Tea Party Patriots

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Nov. 25th

6:30 PM
Decision Life Church
Corner of Main and Oberlin…1301 South Main St. Yreka

Cancelled due to the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 11-18-14

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots
Meeting for Tuesday, Nov. 18th

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church

Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Documentary film: “The Border States of America” takes viewers from the Rio Grande Valley to towns across the country, telling the story of human smugglers and drug cartels who profit from Obama’s policies; of American citizens whose lives are put at risk; and the social and economic toll on our communities. We cut through the fog to bring you the truth about what is really happening with the border crisis.
Discussion and Action plan to follow.

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 11-11-14

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots
Meeting for Tuesday, Nov. 11th

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church
Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Here now: Smart/RF Meters are going to be installed on our homes in Siskiyou County without our prior knowledge or permission!!
Short Films: “The Dark Side of Smart Meters” by Rob States, M.S., P.E. who is a graduate of the University of Colorado and MIT, with a total of three MS degrees, and 30 years of experience as a consulting engineer in the field of applied mechanics, electronics, and industrial equipment design. Rob is also a dedicated researcher of alternative sciences & health modalities, and has built an EMF quiet home in the Sierras as a refuge for EMH victims.
Rob talks about the dangers of digital/smart meters and the health issues they create in the biological cellular tissues as well as certain implanted medical devices. These meters are an invasion of our privacy and act as surveillance devices – find out just how much.
and
“No Privacy with Smart Meters, Big Brother Watch “ by Abby Martin who takes a look at Smart Meters, how they work, and the threat they pose to personal privacy when energy corporations can record, monitor, and even control your daily activities in your private residence.

Discussion and possible Action plan to follow.

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

This is what I will be handing out on Tuesday at the Tea Party Meeting. I will also having signs for your meters but folks will have to do their own laminating

Louise

Just Say NO
To Radio Frequency Meters/Smart Meters

Pacific Power will be coming to a neighborhood near you soon to replace the old analog electricity meter on your homes with a new “Radio Frequency Meter” These meters are wireless, digital and contain a RF chip (radio Frequency) allowing them to read and control your energy use remotely.
Why should you care?

Smart meters will record and store data of private and personal activities without the consent of people being monitored. A future goal is to have all the appliances replaced with those containing RF chips so that the meter can speak to your appliances and turn them off in peak hours for even more regulation. RFID tracking tags will also be installed in digital thermostats so Big Brother and Pacific Power will have the ability to control the heat in your home. Thermostats that are non-digital will be banned. They will be able to spy on you knowing when you are not at home, how much TV you watch, when you shower etc. The devices are violating Federal and State wiretapping laws.

Not all Smart Meters are UL certified and can invalidate your homeowners insurance. You can check on the RF meter that the utility Co. wants to deploy by going to UL T: 877-854-3577 Ext 44483 F: 1-360-817-6014 W: ul.com

Smart meters are a class 2B carcinogen according to the World Organization (stopsmartmeters.org) that alters DNA and blood cells.

Turn Over, there is more………

There are no safety standards for chronic long term RF exposures that these meters emit. The FCC standards are for only short term exposures 6-30 minutes for thermal exposures, not for non-thermal radiation. RF interferes with medical devices such as pace makers.
RF Meters are NOT mandatory in spite of what Pacific Power might tell you. The Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandated that the utilities had to “offer” the meters “upon customers request” (Section 1252, pp. 370-374) Also on Feb. 9, 2012 the California Public Utility Commission ruled that the utility companies will have to honor the request of those who wanted to “opt out” of not having a RF meter installed on their property. You may be charged a fee for “opting-out which will be be determined by Pacific Power. Can you say extortion!

You CAN Just Say NO

Legally you must have an official notice signed and dated by you on your old meter, laminate it to withstand the weather.

Send a Registered letter of “not opting in” for the RF Meter to be installed on your property to Pacific Power. California Civil Code (2009) 1619. A contract is either express or implied. (And if you didn’t say no, you said yes.) 3515. He who consents to an act is not wronged by it. (The way they do business is in writing. If you didn’t send them a letter or notice to remove your consent, you have agreed to their terms, and thus have agreed to a reduction in rights.) 3523. For every wrong there is a remedy. (We are not bound into something which would have us be as slaves, if we do not want to be.) 3527. The law helps the vigilant, before those who sleep on their rights.

For more information go to YouTubes: “The Dark Side of Smart Meters” http://youtu.be/FLeCTaSG2-U, “No Privacy with Smart Meters | Big Brother Watch” http://youtu.be/8qrl1KSMr5M and website: takebackyourpower.net and Stopsmartmeters.org
This information was obtained from Orlean Koehle the author of “Just Say NO to Big Brother” Book available for $20 at: http://shop.arccopy.com/Turn-The-Helm-Publishing_c2.htm

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 10-28-14

Sheriff Jon Lopey, TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Oct. 28th

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church

Corner of Main and Oberlin…1301 South Main St. Yreka

Speaker: Sheriff Jon Lopey to speak on the proposed Siskiyou County Marijuana ordinance and an update on our new jail.

- Free to the Public. Everyone Welcome.
Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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News, events and meetings

Constitution, JEFFERSON DECLARATION, Mark Baird, POW, Property rights, Scott Valley events, Siskiyou County, State gov, TEA Party

By Liz Bowen

Oct. 20, 2014

Thank you to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors for taking a stand against Prop. 1 Water Bond.
On Oct. 14, 2014 at their regular meeting, the supervisors were presented with speakers explaining why the $7.5 BILLION Water Bond is bad for Siskiyou County. There is $5 BILLION in special interest pork funding that could include the $250 million for Klamath dams destruction. And the remaining $2.5 Billion is NOT enough to produce sufficient water storage.
The Siskiyou Supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the resolution opposing the Nov. 4 Ballot measure Prop. 1 Water Bond !!! Ed Valenzuela, representing Mt. Shasta area, was the opposing vote.

Thank you to Louise Gliatto, of Yreka, for spearheading this opposition movement.

Oct. 21, 2014 – Tuesday
Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting
Decision Life Church 1301 South Main St. in Yreka
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Speaker: Mark Baird – The State of Jefferson is alive and well!

 

Oct. 24, 2014 – Canceled
Support Rural America meeting on USFS Vehicle Travel Management Plan is canceled. It was to be held at the Miner’s Inn in Yreka.

 

Oct. 25, 2014 – Double-feature showing of films
Scott Valley Film Coalition is a new organization
A kick-off event will feature local 1960s band documentary on “Afterglow” and the locally ranch-filmed “Heathens and Thieves”
Cost per ticket is $10
Showing times at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday
At 11236 Hwy 3 next to the Chevron Station in Fort Jones
Newly designated “Resource Events Center”
Everyone is welcome!

 

Oct. 30, 2014 – Scott Valley Protect Our Water
Meeting
7 p.m.
Fort Jones Community Center
Lots to talk about –
Will show short video of Kris Anne Hall speaking on the Constitution – good stuff!

 

Nov. 7, 2014 – Friday
Buck Hunters Dinner and Dance
Mt. Bolivar Grange in Callahan
6 p.m. Dinner $5 adult, $3 child, $12 family
8 p.m. Official measuring of the buck horn contest by Punky Hayden
8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Dance by band “Sundown Poachers” $5 per person
Venison and chili contest. Enter for $5
Call Grange Master Jeffy Marx at 530 467-3093

 

Nov. 8, 2014 – Etna Veterans’ Parade
11 a.m. in Etna
To enter call Karen Wresch at 467-4067

For more info, check out:

www.lizbowen.com

www.jeffersondeclaration.net

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CA voter recommendations from Yreka Tea Party Patriots – Nov. 4, 2014 Ballot

Elections, Karuk Tribe on Klamath, TEA Party, Threats to agriculture

Hi Everyone,
Last night (Oct. 14, 2014) the Tea Party Patriots reviewed the ballot measures. Different Tea Party regulars volunteered to research the measures and did a presentation of their findings, group discussion followed and recommendations were made.

Here they are:

Prop. 1. Richard Marshall ( 2 weeks ago) and Louise Oct.. 14. We recommend a NO vote.
Prop. 2. Donna Bacigalupi…recommends a NO vote
Prop. 46 Mike Adams recommend a NO vote
Prop. 47 Mike Adams recommends a No Vote
Prop. 48 Betty Hall..recommends a No vote

Measure I Mike Adams Recommend a NO vote

Measure M Betty Hall Recommends a NO vote

Measure H. Samuel Bakes (Yreka High School Senior) Recommends Yes, Frank Tallerico Recommends Yes
Donna Bacigalupi is neutral

Samuel did great job. The Tea Pary would love to adopt him!!

I Recommend writing in Lydia Gutierrez for the State Superintendent of Schools. She is a conservative who will fight against Common Core. The other two candidates especially Tom Torlakson are very Liberal and support Common Core

JUDGES — 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

Craig Alan Huey is an American Republican Party politician who was the Republican nominee in the redistricted 2012 66th State Assembly district election in California. He is a successful small business owner not a career politician. Craig has created jobs and knows how hard it is to make tough decisions having navigated 6 recessions and the ups and downs of owning a business. Craig is president of JudgeVoterGuide.com, LAVoterGuide.com and the ElectionForum.org where over 200,000 voters visited last election.
Also if there is no satisfactory candidate to vote for (like for governor!) you can leave it blank. (Perhaps it will send a message!)

More information on Prop.1

Proposition 001 – AB1471 Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014.
*A contributor whose name is marked with an asterisk made a contribution to a committee that simultaneously supported or opposed more than one statewide ballot measure on the November 4, 2014 ballot. Because of this it is not possible to determine the amount of the contribution that was spent specifically on the campaign for any particular measure. In these cases the contributions are listed for every ballot measure the committee has been formed to support or oppose. This results in the same contribution appearing multiple times – once for each ballot measure the committee supports or opposes.
Supporting
1 Sean Parker*
- $1,000,000
2 Brown for Governor 2014*
NEW $875,765
3 California Alliance for Jobs – Rebuild California Committee*
↓ $521,250
4 California Hospitals Committee on Issues, Sponsored by California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems*
↑ $500,000
5 Doris Fisher*
NEW $499,000
6 L. John Doerr*
NEW $475,000
7 Laborers Pacific Southwest Regional Organizing Coalition – Issues PAC*
↓ $400,000
8 Robert Fisher*
NEW $400,000
9 John Fisher*
NEW $351,000
10 Western Growers Service Corporation*
↓ $250,000
11 Northern California Carpenters Regional Council Issues PAC*
↓ $250,000
12 Reed Hastings*
↓ $250,000
13 California American Council of Engineering Companies Issues Fund*
↓ $250,000
14 Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Issues Committee (including contributions from Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Legislative Improvement Committee)*
↓ $250,000
15 California Farm Bureau Federation*
↓ $250,000
16 William Fisher*
NEW $250,000
Total from top contributors $6,772,015

Opposing
No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

From fair Political Practice Commission As of this posting, almost $7,000,000 spent on lobbying for Prop 1. Even Silicon Valley Sean Parker is in on the act with a cool $1,000,000! http://fppc.ca.gov/top10Nov2014/

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST

AB 1471, Rendon. Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014.

CHAPTER 6. PROTECTING RIVERS, LAKES, STREAMS, COASTAL WATERS AND WATERSHEDS
Page 14
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. (Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement signed around 2009-20010 some of the signers of this agreement were CA. OR, Tribes, upper basin irrigators and Environmental groups. Please note the word “Priority”)
Priority shall be given to projects that meet one or more of the following criteria:

(1)The project is of statewide significance. (Largest dam removal in the US history and the world, 4 dams).

(2) The project restores natural aquatic or riparian functions, or wetlands habitat for birds and aquatic species. (Breaching the dams will release 20 million cubic yards of toxic sediment and pollutants into the Klamath and Pacific ocean destroying a salmon fish hatchery, other aquatic life and habitat and obliterating water storage for fighting catastrophic wildfires. Not to worry, then they can spend millions to restore the river once they destroy it all in the name of protecting the “endangered salmon” can you say “spotted owl”)

(3) The project protects or promotes the restoration of endangered or threatened species. (The supposedly endanger salmon)

(4) The project enhances the reliability of water supplies on a regional or inter regional basis. (The only ones who were guaranteed water is the upper Klamath basin who were blackmailed into signing the agreement only after the fish get the water)

Please note that the notations in red are my comments. There is language and money hidden in this bill to remove the Klamath Dams If you were not familiar with the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement you would miss it. There are many things that are objectionable about this bill such as the cost to a State that has huge Debt, the Environmental pork and the unattainable stings attached to water storage.

The Siskyou County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to do a resolution not to support Prop. 1, the water bond bill. The only no vote was Mr. Ed.!!!!

Help defeat this bill by sending this on to all on your email list and post it on your facebook pages.

I hope this information has been helpful.

The Time Has Come for 51
Louise Gliatto, Yreka Tea Party Patriots

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 10-14-14

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Oct. 14th

6:30 PM

Decision Life Church

Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Don’t Vote.. yet. There will be presentations and discussions about all the propositions on the November ballot, local and State wide. We will also have recommendations on the judges on the ballot.

- Free to the Public. Everyone Welcome.

Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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